Day three of NAD IV brain restoration therapy.
Woke up wide awake. I didn't feel groggy or even a slight headache. My head was feeling more clear, focused and vibrant than the last couple of days on the NAD IV.
I'm still reusing the same catheter in my arm that was inserted at the beginning of the treatment. It's been flushing perfectly with saline and hasn't been itchy or bothering me while I sleep.
Today was productive. I wasn't tired and wanted to work. I had a couple conference Skype calls, got my executive summary done for my pet business and almost have my ZuGo Pet amazon store set up. All I can think of is the song by Ice Cube "Today has Been a Good Day." I usually have a much more difficult time focusing on one task before getting distracted by another task passing in my head within a 15-20 minute period.
Is the treatment working? Could it be my head was just clouded the last two days and now I have my brain back and feel better? Or it could be that I'm just having a productive day?
I find myself less in my head. More honed in the conversation with the other patients. Appetite is definitely the same so being stuck in the lounge chair for the last three days attached to an NAD IV isn't helping me maintain my desired figure for the most part.
I feel more thirsty today than usual and my body was able to complete almost two bags of 500 ml of saline and 750 mg of NAD. The chest constriction was less today and I'm dripping at 1 drip every two seconds. Which isn't recommended to go faster than that.
By the way, The girl here on Methamphetamine had a better night. She's looking more aware, smiling and sat with me for a while to give me an update. This treatment might be more for addicts, people with PTSD or depression. I'm a very happy upbeat person so I shouldn't be expecting a "Limitless" or "Lucy" the movie experience where I can freeze time with my thoughts or use my brain capacity at 20% or higher.
On a side note, Last night before I left the clinic I was asked to fill out a worksheet. It was to think of a recurring stressful situation, a situation that is reliably stressful even though it may have happened only once and recurs only in your mind. Then I needed to answer the questions and allow myself to mentally revisit the time and place of the stressful occurrence.
This is the work of Byron Katie.
I'm mentioning this because this is a very helpful tool to use in any situation. Especially when you're upset with someone or something. You can actually end up laughing at the last question when you're finish.
Tomorrow is my last day! I'm very excited to be mobile again and see how I feel after being disconnected from the NAD IV.