Life update after covid-19


It's been over a month since I last wrote here and I can report that we are doing well. Marco has been working full time for 2 days in a row. He's now on 3 weeks vacation, but he's on emergency duty, so he'll be gone occasionally.

I was faster than him on my old energy value and generally feel good. Sometimes still suffer from headaches and stuffiness. The veins on my chest are therefore very well visible and I have it slightly stuffy and sometimes very troubled by my right arm that also irradiated to my jaw. Partly because of this I am with 99,9% sure that I covid-19 also had it in March. Then it started with these complaints. I am currently on average on 1 diclofenac a day, but sometimes I can do without it. The tricky thing is that I sleep on my right arm, so sometimes I wake up with pain.

The last few weeks have really flown over. Marco and I had much more time together than usual and of course less opportunities to do something. We walked every day something and also when he started working that was only 2 hours a day. Then we set the table for lunch, drank coffee or tea together, take at half past four a handful of unsalted, unroasted nuts and some raisins and cooked together a healthy meal.

Now I have been working on healthy food for years, but also nutrition that my body responds well to. For example, I knew that my body responds well to chicken, but not very well to pork. In early October, we had a Webinar and we were eligible with Very strong and a lot of aha moments fell very quickly. Whether this way of eating has caused us to get through the covid, I don't know.

What I do know, however, is that there were no more inflammatory values in my blood while this really has been there for years and that Marco suffers much less from his inflammatory rheumatism and instead of 2 usually only need to take 1 naproxen.

So we are doing well and we are enjoying the Christmas holidays. 2020 was certainly not a bad year for us. Difficult, but also very valuable and instructive. The reason I haven't written here yet is because there's a yoo.rs has changed and I find that difficult and I'm on a lot Instagram
I'm sure I put something in my stories every day. So I just #decemberdeclutter
and I found it easier there than here. Whether I'm going to write more here, or how things go, I just don't know yet. The future will learn.


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facts about chewing gum
#Kauwgom chewing is something we like to do. Oh, this #snoepje has been around for thousands of years and on average we chew about 300 grams per person per year. In America, gum factories were formed, including the Wrigley brand. This factory has been around for 80 years now. About 80 years ago, Wrigley advertised their chewing gum, making the Netherlands familiar with it. I remember when I used to buy Wrigley's packages at V & D in the supermarket. The gum that was in comics. You rolled him in on your tongue like that. You had the white suit, Wrigley's Spearmint, the green suit of Wrigly's Doublemint and my favorite pack, which was yellow in color, Wrigly's Juicy Fruit. Also Wrigley PK had gum, which I bought too. Those were the orange packs with the rectangular cubes. In my opinion, the taste quickly went away. My preference was the other variants.Sometimes I buy the Wrigley's Juicy Fruit. That reminds me of childhood. Types of chewing gum - We know two #soorten chewing gum.- Chewing gum, chewing gum in strips and jars.- Bubble gum, the so-called bubble gum or flap gum. The difference between these two is that with Chewing gum you can not blow bubbles, but only chew them and with Bubble Gum you can chew and blow huge bubbles. Different versions - Chewing gum you have in #verschillende versions, such as: Gumballs... think of the famous gum ball machine of the past where you could pull one out for a few cents. chewing gum in a tube chewing gum in strips chewing gum in jars chewing gum rolled in a box chewing gum in lollipops chewing gum in ice cream chewing gum in various items, such as the tennis ball or spaghetti gum Benefits of chewing gum - There are a number of #voordelen to chewing gum, namely: It helps against #oorpijn - Yes. By chewing gum, the Eustachian tube opens and chewing gum contains the ingredient xylitol, which reduces the risk of ear infection. Xylitol is also against tooth decay. Chewing gum makes you #slimmer - Yes. It helps to concentrate and improve the learning performance of students by chewing gum. Chewing gum is a support if, for example, you want to stop using #roken - Yes. By chewing gum, you yearn less for nicotine. Chewing gum helps with the #afvallen - Yes. Chewing gum will make you less likely to snack something else. Chewing gum takes away your first puff, so you can leave that bag of chips. Chewing gum is helping with stress moments. If you suffer from #stress , you make the stress hormone cortisone. By chewing gum, the cortisone drops. Chewing gum helps with the #spijsvertering - Yes. Because you chew gum you make more saliva and that is good for the further processing of our food intake. You get less #dorst of chewing gum. Because you produce more saliva by chewing gum, you will suffer less from dry mouth. Disadvantages of chewing gum - Unfortunately, we also know #nadelen to chewing gum and chewing it, such as: With the excess of chewing gum food, a #laxerende action on the intestines, which allows you to hit the loose stool. The sweeteners that are processed in the gum provide this loose stool. So limit your intake of the amount of chewing gum recommended on the package for daily use. People who are hypersensitive to #lactose should be careful when using chewing gum. Chewing gums may contain lactose that can cause complaints of abdominal pain, flatulence, bloating and diarrhoea. You're going to chew more farts of gum. Because we chew, we breathe more air so we have to get rid of our air again in the form of farts. Also the fabric #sorbitol which is contained in gum creates flatulence. Sometimes, especially children, we accidentally swallow the gum. Once is not terrible, but especially in children you need to pay attention that it does not happen too often, in connection with constipation in the intestines that can start to occur. Scracking gum sounds. I'm sure you know... someone standing next to you making smacking movements or clapping sounds with the gum. The large amounts of chewing gum that do not end up in the trash, but to the great annoyance of many on the street. Anyone who knows the term “spum” knows that it is a chewed piece of gum that is then stuck on the street for years. #Spum is a mix word of “spitting” and “eraser”. In 2004, columnist S. Montag wrote a column “The Eraser Problem”In this, he investigated how much chewing gum is on the street. He got into a conversation with cleaning workers at a station who were removing large amounts of chewing gum and came to the conclusion in 2005 that 1.5 million kilos landed on the streets in the Netherlands every year. Terrifying a lot! The most annoying thing about chewing gum - I think that's when you get gum under your shoe, in your hair, in your clothes or on your carpet! Only yesterday when our son was in school, he apparently stepped in gum. The annoying sticking under the shoe sole with walking and sticking was annoying. At the janitor, they had a cool spray. The shoe sole was sprayed and after an hour you could remove the gum. But unfortunately, that turned out to be unsuccessful. I started looking for how you could remove it, and with the following tools you can easily remove chewing gum.How #verwijder I chew gum under my #schoen - What? Do you have a #vriezer - What? That is a good time! And also a #plastic bag? Oh, good! If you also have #ijsblokjes it is even better! That's how you work.Put the shoe in a plastic bag with some ice cubes that you put on the gum spot and press firmly. Put the shoe in the freezer for 2 hours. After 2 hours, remove the bag from the shoe. If it's okay, the gum is glued to the plastic bag.What also works well is #olijfolie - Oh!Olive oil is good fat and if you apply the spot well and leave it in for a while, you can remove most chewing gum with a kitchen roll. Any leftovers can be scraped off with the blunt side of, for example, a knife. Look out with olive oil. It can stain the fabric of the shoe.Peanut butter jammie! And also effective against gum residues!So lubricate a thick layer #pindakaas on the gum spot, leave for a minute or ten and brush it off with a brush. After that, carefully rinse the shoe under the tap.Go outside and find a #takje and what #zand - Yes. We go shoe #scrubben - Oh!However, this only works if you have only just stepped into the gum and the gum is fresh and sticky.Sprinkle some sand on the gum spot and make rubbing and pushing movements with the twig. Not too hard, otherwise the twig will break. Scrub until the gum is easily loosened. Pick off the remaining leftovers with the twig. Read more - Below #lees you have even more chewing gum facts in various blogs! Do you remember the packages of Donald Duck gum? There was always a comic book story in it about Donald Du - Read more Bazooka Gum - Read more Chiclets chewing gum - Read more Gumballs - Read more Shoes from spit out chewing gum - Read more How to get rid of chewing gum? - Read more Gumballs - Read more - Bruined - Read more Chewing gum deceives your brain and is full of toxins - Read more It can't be crazier, can it? About chewing gum... - Read more How to make chewing gum, one of the most toxic products - Read more Source mention text and photos: https://www.scholieren.com/spreekbeurt/87 https://nl.wikihow.com/Kauwgum-van-schoenen-verwijderen https://pixabay.com/ https://www.margriet.nl/fitengezond/7-verrassende-voordelen-van-kauwgom-kauwen/ https://www.gezondheidsnet.nl/stoelgang-en-spijsvertering/7-feiten-en-fabels-over-kauwgom http://www.nl.wikisage.org/wiki/Spum
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What's your guilty pleasure?
Am very curious. I put mine in the comments do you, too ? Simple question and for me an easy answer. I have one really weird guilty pleasure.. Sometimes I look up an actress or actor and show from the past. For example, Daisy Duke from the “Dukes of Hazard.” You remember a beautiful young woman who, of course, was quite exciting as a 12-year-old boy.. My guilty pleasure is to look it up and look a little melancholy at the screen when I see how much older someone has become. With all the ensuing consequences. Especially when someone's been tinkering with. Usually no longer really a pleasure to watch.. What is your #guiltypleasure ? -