I would like to add something to all these thing to improve energy. Get your vitamin D levels checked. Mine were very, very low. My doctor prescribed a high dose supplement. I really didn't expect anything. To my surprise I started sleeping better and getting a more restful sleep and as a result I felt better. After talking with someone else I worked with they had the same results. I don't need the prescription anymore but I still make sure to take a supplement, especially in the winter.
Take Extra Good Care,
NevaMember Since 06 Oct 2008
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Let's see.....about me. I am 48 years old and married to the most amazing man. We've been married for 23 years. I have two daughters. Kayla is 20 and Brittany is 23. I also have a granddaughter, Hayden Marie, she's 2 years old and loads of fun. I have Alpha-1 Antitrpsyn Deficiency and currently have about 28% lung function. I work for the WV Legislature and it can be very interesting, especially during an election year.
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I love to read. I love cooking and trying new recipes. My husband and I like to go riding on our ATV in the mountains.
I do volunteer work for the American Lung Association, the Alpha-1 Assocation and the Alpha-1 Foundation. I also have a support group for people with Alpha-1 in the state of WV.