Tearing Up The Rulebook: How To Ace a Blood Test πŸ©ΈπŸ’‰πŸ’―πŸ”πŸŽβŒπŸŒβŒπŸ₯¬βŒπŸ₯•βŒπŸ•βœ…πŸ”βœ…πŸ₯ͺβœ…πŸ¨βœ…

I got my blood test results today. Once again, I have provided an exemplary set of results throughout. I had a few things looked at testing the following;

  • Cholesterol
  • Lipids
  • Renal Function
  • Hepatic Function
  • Blood Sugar
  • Thyroid
  • Red and White Cell Count
  • Haemoglobin
  • Platelets

Now, if you go by the advice you see regarding your diet and lifestyle to maintain a healthy body, then compare it to mine and my typical day, it doesn’t stack up. πŸ€”

Today for example, I’ve had a sausage toastie for breakfast and then a tub of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream at dinner and some battered calamari with sweet and sour dip for tea. I cooked them in the air fryer mind.

Monday it was BOGOFF at Domino’s pizza. I ate the whole lot. Only mediums like, not the large ones.

With the bipolar, I am that preoccupied with it in all honesty, I have little interest in focusing on my diet. I eat when want. I don’t exercise. My sleep is erratic too.

I do however try to do things I like. Learning Portuguese and Spanish. Colouring. The guitar.

Going to work and then actually acting like nothing is wrong is the most strenuous activity I’ve ever done. Maybe this is the way I exercise and get the heart pumping?

It’s crazy how it works. I couldn’t get more disobedient to the guidelines and yet I’m achieving the desired results.

On the basis of this, I’ve decided to become a blood donor and I’ve got my first appointment on 28th May. You never know how much it might help and I might just save someone’s life somewhere too by doing it.

Published by Rochdalestu

I’m a 38 year old male who has recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. I have found it as a new chapter in my life that has opened my eyes to a whole new perspective on myself and everything around me.

2 thoughts on “Tearing Up The Rulebook: How To Ace a Blood Test πŸ©ΈπŸ’‰πŸ’―πŸ”πŸŽβŒπŸŒβŒπŸ₯¬βŒπŸ₯•βŒπŸ•βœ…πŸ”βœ…πŸ₯ͺβœ…πŸ¨βœ…

  1. Isn’t it ironic? My cholesterol is shit. Double what it should be. I used to have a healthy diet but ever since my daughter went to live with her father, I chose to not cook. The shitty result is high cholesterol. My vitamin D is also low. Meh. Considering all of the toxic substances I have injested, I’d say being able to complete a sentence is a miracle, therefore, I limit my complaints. Lol.

    Nice job choosing to donate blood. It is indeed helpful.

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  2. It’s a weird thing. My dad is type 2 diabetes. Since he was diagnosed he says he feels worse. Always needs a wee and having to go to pointless appointments really pisses him off. He eats everything he shouldn’t too and gets told he could develop type 1, yet his bloods are consistent and not a worry.

    I think you find your own niche by the body setting your own personal regime. Knowing what you are likely to intake and the level of resources that you need for everyday things. Then it settles in and you hover around your comfortable self.

    If you have a change in your life and you have to have medication or something happens to you that effects your lifestyle. This will alter your equilibrium and you could possibly have a period when your body has to rebalance the chemicals and that won’t happen overnight.

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