Ubuntu-GNOME Digest, Vol 16, Issue 1
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I think everyone understands health issues. I hope you get well, soon or
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> 1. Ali/amjjawad (Ali/amjjawad)
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> Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2014 13:34:31 +0400
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> Dear all,
> Last Thursday (29-5-2014), I spent my day at a Hospital doing these tests:
> - Urine Test
> - FULL Blood Test
> - X-Ray for chest
> - ECG Test (for heart)
> Then, on Saturday (31-5-2014), spent yet another day at hospital to take
> the rest and talk to the doctor.
> This is what I have - as per their reports/tests result:
> - LDL Cholesterol (as per the medical report) = High Risk
> - Vitamin D (as per the medical report) = Mild to Moderate Deficiency
> Thank God, I made sure it is not worse than that. I had very weird
> Symptoms, that is why I went to check to find out what is going on.
> A side from the above, I've been under huge stress, etc etc etc. My real
> life was a mess.
> I have started already to:
> 1. Walk for 30 mins at 7am
> 2. Get some natural Vitamin D directly from the sun
> 3. Swimming
> Above all, I must eat well and sleep well (more).
> Nothing serious as per the doctors, thank God but I need few days to be
> back in shape so I could be back to action.
> Deficiency in vitamin D could cause lots of problems like: feeling weak,
> dizzy, lazy, nervous, etc etc. All that, I had it and still.
> Keep up the great and amazing work up. I will do my best to be back to
> action step-by-step. It should not take ages, few more days, I hope :)
> I'm sorry to keep getting sick over and over again but that's my life and
> that's very expected when you lead more than one project at the same time
> (Ubuntu GNOME, StartUbuntu, ToriOS and more) and deal with tons of serious
> stuff in real life :) However, I will never give up nor surrender. I will
> beat this as soon as I can and carry on. However, I must admit that I need
> to be wiser and more careful as I'm not getting younger.
> Thank you!
> If there is anything *urgent*, kindly email me directly and I will do my
> best to get back to you!
> Best Regards,
> amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
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