I'm surely not the one to argue with Nancy Klimas. I'm taking some kind of D, and my calcium is loaded with it, but I don't believe I approach 4000 IU. It is a fat soluable vitamin. Couldn't excessive amounts pose a toxic risk?
Hi Jody! Glad to see another great article.
Right now we are TOTALLY FOGGED IN, again. It has been one of the foggiest summers ever! I miss the beach and the sunshine.
The sun almost always makes me feel better... but not the spring time pollen. :Retro tongue::Retro tongue::Retro tongue:
So I would say summer and fall are my better seasons.
Summer is much worse for me. I cannot go out much. Just to the car, restaurant, etc, back in the cool house. Winter is wonderful for me. I can bundle up if really cold. Normally it isn't super cold so I can go outside and sit, enjoy being outside etc.
Fall and spring are best. Not too hot or cold.
I am another wilter in the summer. When the temperature goes up, every bit of energy drains out of my body, empties right out, every last bit, muscles rendered completely useless, I am simply a puddle on the floor with the sensation that my whole body has expanded and there is no way to put me back together.
In the colder months, I am OK as long as I am dressed appropriately. There maybe a few instances where I do get chilled (stepping out of the shower in the cold bathroom....exposed to very cold temperatures after being inside) where the muscles tense up to the point of being like stone. But I can control those situations easier...get warm easier....than trying to keep cool so that I won't puddle.
Its over 70 degrees outside and I'm freezing even with a sweater on,yet in winter I can sometimes feel quite warm outside. I dont think there is any standard answer; We are all different. The only common thing we share is WE ARE ALL TIRED!!