Tuesday, March 25, 2014

3 weeks

Been a little dizzy the past two days - a side effect of my body trying to adjust to higher oxygen levels and no nicotine or carbon monoxide in my system.  67,76,55,0,B

8 comments:

Dizzy-Dick said...

Congrats on the 3 weeks without smoking. You are doing great, keep up the good work, it is worth it. I smoked for more than 40 years and quit. Now, I don't miss them at all, but I have to admit that I quit quite a few years ago.

rickowens2 said...

Congrats on no smoking but careful with the self diagnosis for the cause of your dizziness. There could be many other causes. It would be best to be sure before starting your flying adventure. IMHO

czardastx said...

Good job on the progress. Just keep yourself super busy and you'll do alright.

I see that in lieu of smoking you've now taken up arsonist like activities. Maybe you should just chew a toothpick instead of play with fire...

shawn said...

Get yourself a physical before starting to fly. It's the smart thing to do.

pamit said...

Yep, get a physical. In the meantime drink a lot of water & wear your hat always when outside!

WhyR said...

Agree with rickowens2... get symptoms checked out- that's what healthcare is for. Sure, you've got helicopter evac, but somebody's got to make the call and you might not be able to.

Ronald Mahan said...

John,

I agree with Dizzy-Dick's comments. I went thru the same process that he did, and you are doing. You are doing great having been quit for three weeks! It only gets easier from now on.

God gave us wonderful bodies and it is our responsibility to treat them with respect - not disrespect.

Best wishes my friend
Ronald Mahan

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Good for you, John. That's monumental.