Completely exhausted and consistently dizzy. (Did you know that there's a difference, between dizzy and lightheaded? I didn't and after googling it like crazy I still can't figure it out so I'll claim both.)
I almost tipped over walking up to the OME office yesterday (my main concern in that moment honestly, was that it would be beyond mortifying to pass out on the sidewalk in the middle of downtown Phoenix.)
Anyway, I'm bored and annoyed and baffled so I did what anyone in my position would do, I consulted WebMD. I know what you're thinking but come on! desperate times call for desperate measures and WebMD is there. It taunts me. I can't deny my curiosity and in situations like this where I have no one else to turn to my only choice is to give WebMD the benefit of the doubt in hopes that maybe one time, just one time it will be my guiding light.
So here are the possible causes of my ailments. I'm either:
(Likelihood: Umm probs not.)
(Likelihood: I'm going to call bullshit on that suggestion entirely.)
Suffering from sleep deprivation
(Likelihood: 6+ hour naps. I'm sleeping more than I'm awake.)
I'm having a heart attack.
(Likelihood: Possible? Probably? Can one have a heart attack for 2 days?)
Ugh. Silly WebMD, when will we learn?
On another medical note - How much do you know about rabies? Old Yeller right? That was the extent of my knowledge until yesterday when thanks to L. I listened to the most INSANE podcast about a girl who got rabies from a bat. I highly recommend listening. Rabies is like THE smartest disease EVER. I mean, ack! I can't even get into it. You just have to listen. It's crazy and super interesting. I'm not being weird I swear.