helen-louise (baratron) wrote,
helen-louise
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physiotherapy and blue ewoks

I finally managed to get through on the phone to a physiotherapist (hooray!). I'm going to see someone who apparently has been treating chronic hyperventilation for 25 years, so hopefully she will be able to sort me out fairly quickly. (I told her some of my history on the phone). The appointment isn't until Thursday, though, and I'm feeling crappy. My chest hurts, I ache, I feel dizzy and tired, but can't sleep properly.

The highlight of my day has been an advert on tv for yogurt which had a lovely blue ewok-like creature in it, but I can't remember which company it was for and searching online for "blue ewok" isn't very helpful. I want to find photos of the lovely creature, or download the advert or something. It was going on about being nice to your "inner self", if that's any help.
Tags: hyperventilation
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