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Anyone Hoping For A Certain Time Of Day?
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In reading the post about morning being a bad time of day, I suddenly remembered that I have a good time of day recently.  It is hard to explain how good I feel at 4 pm.  I am clear headed and alert.  I feel really well and strong.  I have what might be like runner's high?  Maybe 30 years of battling celiac disease has its rewards. 

 

Diana

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Hi Diana, yes I always look forward to the evening around 7pm. I suddenly feel less discomfort, more like me, and relaxed. Then I tend to nod off around 9.30pm ! It all disappears the next morning though. I think I am running out of allowable posts now, so thank you for your reply on my post.

Jo

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A couple times lately I felt good at 8 am also!

That's good to hear.

Jo

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Are you refering to aches and pains?

 

My fibromyalgia vanishes around 4 pm too or in the evening, but not everyday.

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Well I get a lil bitchy in the morning before I get some breakfast in me to help my blood sugar lol. And I can't stomach eating veggies, seafood, fish etc in the morning either =P

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I definitely don't feel well in the morning. But I usually get a burst of energy around 5 or 6pm, I try to use this time to get housework done. It definitely helps if I am able to lie down for a little bit in the early afternoon. 

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I always look forward to 5 pm....cocktail time!

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