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OK this is fun.. a senior looking for a little company? send him my way.. nice to have friends for 50 years.. !!

I have no care about having eaten that piece of cake.. live and let live.. BUT IMAGINE if we felt that cr.ppy feeling every day as we did before BTD??? that would just be dreadful!!

today I have a headache, but I brought it on by stressing ME, near on purpose..self pity stuff.. stupid to indulge.. BUT.. I wonder could I just take extra TC and soon feel better, or if I get weak kneed with food , could I just have some extra TC??    I am going to experiment today.. eat TC and a salad and see if I will stop the munchies- which is my defense for (self induced misery) stress and circular thinking.. which creates a headache..  

Goldie, our friend is too far away from you, but he is one of the most interesting conversationalists that I have ever been around. You would enjoy a conversation with him, no doubt! His father was the same way. So interested in other people and their welfare too. He lost a leg in WWI and refused to marry the gorgeous girl, to whom he was engaged before going to war, after he got back home. He told her that she deserved so much more than to marry a man like him. Well, she was having no part of that and married him anyway to his astonishment! So, now, this is his son in his latter years..... A wonderful family indeed!

As for the bad feeling, you are right, we don't want to feel that way every day!!!

Goldie, I don't think a little pity party now and then hurts anything, as long as we know that is what it is. My mother-in-law and I used to joke about having our little pity parties once in a while! Maybe you are having the headache for beating up on yourself for having a pity party. It is amazing the things we can think up to punish ourselves about!!

I think I am getting better results now with taking my TC spread out through the day as long as I don't take it after around 4:00. Maybe that will help you too! I take a little more in the AM than the rest of the time, though.


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My guess is that Deflect would have helped more than TC for this specific instance...


For some reason Deflect causes some sort of negative reaction when I take it. I think it is the source of the Glucosamine. The veggie source doesn't seem to bother me though. But I was taking care to take all the other things that usually help during one of these very infrequent episodes! In fact, I am having to take other things today to combat the problems brought on by overdoing it when I was supposed to be feeling so bad!!! What a hoot!!!   Getting out in the sun and doing some sweat therapy is addictive!!


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Well, I took three different headache pills no results.. then I spoke to a friend and felt much better soon.. the emotions are what matters when one wishes to get healing accomplished..

sorry to admit that eating is another way for me.. not good at all ..

the trehalose did not help either, but it generally helps to energize and it prevents caffeine headaches in on interesting way,  I think it reduce the REBOUND.. and the coffee desire.. which for me is a big thing..



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If I am having any problem with TC it is that I am having to be careful that I don't overdo things.
Yes   Flow gently


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then I spoke to a friend and felt much better soon..


See!?! It is interesting about your headaches.... We need some more detective work here, I think! Maybe you need a big whiff of oxygen a time or two when you are having them. I wonder if they still have those places in Japan where you could go and get loaded up when you needed it... Wish you could give it a try.


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Yes   Flow gently


Yes! You know the old saying about an old dog can't learn new tricks?! Well, whoever said that didn't have a single clue about getting older! Not one! Older people are having to learn new things every single day if they plan to keep active and useful. I could write a book about it!

My mother used to have a saying - that I can't remember exactly - but it had to do with women who whistled. Well, I have never outgrown my wish to be able to whistle like my dad!! But this is almost as good!


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Ahh, here it is: A whistling woman and a crowing hen never comes to a very good end!!  


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Ahh, here it is: A whistling woman and a crowing hen never comes to a very good end!!  


Spring - if you can't whistle like your dad, does that mean you are the crowing hen?!!!! !!! I just couldn't resist this one.  
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I don't know, Dianne. But one thing for sure I can't crow like a real, sure enough rooster!!! I would never fool a single hen!! I think I could do a better job at whistling than I could crow. At least I have been able to round up the dogs with my whistling!


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I don't know, Dianne. But one thing for sure I can't crow like a real, sure enough rooster!!! I would never fool a single hen!! I think I could do a better job at whistling than I could crow. At least I have been able to round up the dogs with my whistling!


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See!?!  It is interesting about your headaches.... We need some more detective work here, I think! Maybe you need a big whiff of oxygen a time or two when you are having them. I wonder if they still have those places in Japan where you could go and get loaded up when you needed it... Wish you could give it a try.

I used to have to buy cans of oxygen to stay in the high mountains or after 3 days go below for 2 hours.. So right .. my oxy level is seldom higher than 93 and my waking pulse this morning was 65..  

...and yes old age is a lesson young people would not like to learn.. and I am still young .. the going out to pasture is a hard thing to do.. not to mention dreams that will be no more and money that only goes one way.
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My mother used to have a saying - that I can't remember exactly - but it had to do with women who whistled. Well, I have never outgrown my wish to be able to whistle like my dad!!  But this is almost as good!

With me it was mom and grandfather.. Girls don't whistle.. I whistle if I am annoyed.. I am a good whisteler..people should take note: If I whistle stay out of my way..     There is a song from Mary Poppins ..something about whistle a happy tooooooone.. I make my music loud when I need a change to blow out 'bad' air surrounding me.. all kinds of music..   

Yes I can bring on a headache when I am triggered.. and this last one "I" triggered..

BUT... see... I am NOT getting headaches every day - ANYMORE .          I am afraid to say it was the TC.. YET, I am going to give some TC to my sister who gets migraines near every day - she stresses on a regular - even when there is sunshine, but she has many things to stress over, yet, we all need to get over the SELF triggering behavior.

I deserved the above headache! I did it to my self..   I needed to just cry - over old frustrating stuff, but the 'I can't change this' does not allow me to cry, ergo I got the head ache me the next day.. starting in the neck .. For this I took every pill and nothing relaxed any thing.. only a few sips of caffeine might have helped, but I am EVEN WEANING myself of that!!!!!!!   and that is where I think TC is HELPING.. I seem to be able to lessen the need for the caffeine like none for days.. ! That is big!  

I will sort this out more and more..


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Goldie, our friend is too far away from you, but he is one of the most interesting conversationalists that I have ever been around. You would enjoy a conversation with him, no doubt! His father was the same way. So interested in other people and their welfare too.

Making new friends, even by phone, is important in later years.  I have two criterion: interesting conversations, and maybe loving music to dance  - be romantic - to build good memories.. All else does not matter at all..    



AND YES< we need to sort things out..

I took the other stuff about healing and took it else where..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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BUT... see... I am NOT getting headaches every day - ANYMORE . I am afraid to say it was the TC.. YET, I am going to give some TC to my sister who gets migraines near every day - she stresses on a regular - even when there is sunshine, but she has many things to stress over, yet, we all need to get over the SELF triggering behavior.

I know you get sick to death of headaches, whatever causes them. I do hope TC will help you sister! Maybe if it does, it will help you, too, just to see her happier!!


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Trehalose Complex??:

AS for TC a friend asked me for two more containers for his fast getting Alzheimer / senile/ forgetting everything wife.  He is diligently giving her two spoons TC a day..  I wonder ?????  Is there any hope? could one take more TC and make a difference quick before it is too late.. could one arrest the situation to not let it get worse..?????  she is still driving, can still sit and follow a conversation for one minute or two.. and then forgets all that was said.. no connections from point a- b..

She is only 70, it came on suddenly within 3-6 month, yet for two or three years she has become 'silent', talking when spoken to, and alert enough so we did not notice while seeing her every day for 30 minutes of a daily visit.. Was that the beginning of the brain deterioration? should we have paid attention to a person 'going' silent?  

Thanks Spring..    


The tension in my neck is great, I am waiting until I hear the clicking sounds behind my ear to  feel it go away.

I need a friend to come by and say: Hi.. and then I will be just ducky!   sometimes even a smiley makes things better..    have a nice day.




Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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AS for TC a friend asked me for two more containers for his fast getting Alzheimer / senile/ forgetting everything wife.  He is diligently giving her two spoons TC a day..  I wonder ?????  Is there any hope? could one take more TC and make a difference quick before it is too late.

I don't know, either, Goldie, but I would do as he is doing even if there were only the slightest chance that it would help, which I believe it would! I have seen people helped tremendously by the B Vitamins, so I don't see why TC wouldn't help - even if it only helped the depression part of the disease that can be awful for the person and everyone around them. Is he giving her ARA too? It is amazing that she can still drive!


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nice side benefit of trelahose if taken over a few months...stronger nails


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Got back from a nice trip today, and it was the most enjoyable I've had in a very long time!! And the best part is that I feel just great now!!!


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I have settled on : TC worked for some issues, but stress still triggers a headache..

WHAT else to do to reduce stress to avoid the headache???

I also wish to reduce weight.. WHAT else besides TC after years on BTD?  I am so tried of the struggle..  

And : What to do more of, to regain my younger brain/memory/recall.. I have fixed many health issues, but my brain is just not recalling events as it ought to do.. I am NOT accepting old age gracefully if it also means becoming 'stupid'.

There has to be some stuff that will rejuvenate hormones lost after menopause when this 'lesser' brain function started..  Some other older woman are capable of being relevant, brain, memory wise.. I wish for the same thing..

TC helped but there has to be more!  


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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I also wish to reduce weight.. WHAT else besides TC after years on BTD?  I am so tried of the struggle..  

And : What to do more of, to regain my younger brain/memory/recall.

There has to be some stuff that will rejuvenate hormones lost after menopause when this 'lesser' brain function started
Walking and exercising are vital. There's no replacement for those.

To improve and refreshen my brain functions, I do Lumosity Brain Training. I started when I was too weak to do any gymnastics.

Most important, start a creative project, one which may have been your secret dream. The best thing to keep you young is to work with children.




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I have settled on : TC worked for some issues, but stress still triggers a headache..

WHAT else to do to reduce stress to avoid the headache???
I also wish to reduce weight.. WHAT else besides TC after years on BTD?  I am so tried of the struggle..  

And : What to do more of, to regain my younger brain/memory/recall.. I have fixed many health issues, but my brain is just not recalling events as it ought to do.. I am NOT accepting old age gracefully if it also means becoming 'stupid'.

There has to be some stuff that will rejuvenate hormones lost after menopause when this 'lesser' brain function started..  Some other older woman are capable of being relevant, brain, memory wise.. I wish for the same thing..

TC helped but there has to be more!  


Goldie, are you still enjoying ice cream now and then? Could that trigger a headache for you? It would trigger a whole lot of nasty things for me!

Are you using iodine as needed? It makes a huge difference if you are lacking! Make a note to remind you to do it when you need it!

Decide that you WILL grow older gracefully, and that in itself will save a huge amount of energy. The less I worry about getting older, the better I feel, the more I can get done, and the happier I am!

I have found that a good sense of humor will stand an older person in good stead when nothing else will when it comes to the occasional memory problem. For instance, I have always had problems with remembering peoples' names since I was young, so that is nothing new! I have always made notes for myself. A few more as time goes by doesn't bother me.

If your hormones are out of whack, there is possibly something you can do about that. There have been volumes written about it on the forum.

And you are taking ARA?



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Lumosity Brain Training is so much fun, and it is very easy to get hooked! I like being hooked on something that helps me!


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Spring welcome back!


Thanks, Yaeli!!


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To keep your brain sharp, you need to exercise it. Play word games and/or logic puzzles. Research things that are a little bit too hard to understand, and work to understand them. Learn something new- a new kind of card game, or a new crafts technique- just something to get your brain working.


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NOT.. not for menopause.. wait it will show itself in all you young people..  

It is a different kind of not remembering.. like what is not important is gone.. hard to resurrect.. used to be right there..

Its a chemical thing.. I still read and in fact study new things but still.. I am not what I once was..  


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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I'm not what I once was either, and I'm not even 40 yet. I'm truly hoping that I'll recover and the brain fog will go away and that I'll be healthier at 50 than I am now. I can certainly say that my life is better at 40 than it was at 30, at least in terms of my mental health and the stability of my family.


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