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Doing too much/too little?

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Old 09-25-2012, 04:40 PM   #1
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Doing too much/too little?

HI guys!

Quick run down... I'm two years in, doing great, just the odd short little decomp which doesn't affect my life much. Life is good and I am grateful.

I have had months of greatness until we moved a month ago. I was soooo busy, doing so much packing and cleaning etc etc, that by the time we moved in I felt like crappy. Thought it was something else (run down, food poisoning/flu) but soon realized it was my %^&% ear. I then went to two weddings, danced in heels, we have a new plush carpet (which I've read can challenge your vestibular system). Busy month and rough mornings lately. Trying not to focus on it and remember that this always leaves as quickly as it comes.

My question is, if you overload your vestibular system, will rest help you recover, or will continuing the "keep moving" motto be better? I feel like doing my VRT will just overload my system further... am I wrong? What does my brain need? Help!

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