Nearly the end

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by peter palmer, Jan 15, 2019.

  1. Bob Rathbone

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    Pete, good luck with the future. If you have not yet got one, try a wrist cuff blood pressure monitor, they are really easy to use and are reliably accurate. Do you have an over active thyroid condition, that can cause high BP.
    Stay well, slow down, take time for yourself.
     
  2. Muzungu

    Muzungu Screwfix Select

    All the best.
     
  3. KIAB

    KIAB Super Member

    Get well soon, but slow down,make time to enjoy life,& don't ignore your body's warning signs,
     
  4. rogerk101

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    No matter what anyone tells you, it's never too late to start exercising.
    Even just a half hour walk every day does wonders for your health - physical and mental. More than half an hour is even better!
    All the best Peter, and like others have already alluded to, take time to smell the roses.
     
  5. Need a bigger hammer

    Need a bigger hammer Active Member

    But let somebody else plant 'em. :)
    Best wishes mate, and hoping for a swift recovery...
     
  6. WillyEckerslike

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    Anyone who's done the first fix on a house rewire will think they've been exercising for hours!
     
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  7. Sparkielev

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    Yeah got to agree with most on here take it easy
     
  8. peter palmer

    peter palmer Super Member

    Cheers for the replies, like someone said above, you should get excrsize doing what we do.
     
  9. When someone mentioned exercise to me me years ago,my reply was we exercise everyday.
    Running up and down stairs in and out of lofts,chasing out boxes and bending and screwing pipe.The list could go on.
     
  10. Coloumb

    Coloumb Screwfix Select

    Quitting smoking is the game changer.
     
  11. sams

    sams Member

    There is exercise and exercise . Unless you get get your heart beating faster its doing very little good. OK we work hard but dose it get your heart beating faster ?
     
  12. Isitreally

    Isitreally Super Member



    Thats a fact.

    I've never been so rich. :p:p
     
  13. Bazza

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    Take care, Peter. Hope it goes well for you.
     
  14. MGW

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    Hope you get well soon, I wonder if we are related, do I need to worry.

    All the best Eric Palmer
     
  15. Gringo28

    Gringo28 Active Member

    Usually not. (Stress makes it go faster.)
    But plenty of manual work to make it go faster. Most employees would deem it a step too far for the pittance they are being paid.
    Who loses sweat now on the job? They will usually be foreigners.
     
  16. 14th edition

    14th edition Well-Known Member

    Sorry to hear this, take it easy and listen to the medics advice!
     
  17. stateit

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    That's what I thought, but it's only relaxed exercise. Not the exercise that counts. It's joint-wearing-out exercise that ****s us up and doesn't help our hearts.
    *source: Getting older bugger with worn out knees, elbows and other bits.
     
  18. peter palmer

    peter palmer Super Member

    Just to let everyone know I'm back at home, not perfect but a damn site better than Tuesday.

    I know everyone says it but until you experience it for yourself you can have no idea what lengths the NHS staff go to looking after you. They deserve 100 times the pay of those slimy little toads in Westminster who dictate doctors and nurses pay, that fact is irrefutable.
     
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  19. Astramax

    Astramax Super Member

    'Ditto' :)
     
  20. KIAB

    KIAB Super Member

    Can't fault the NHS staff, had a week in ICU & a week on ward,some years ago,superb care.:)
     

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