yes yes yes…
Something I’ve learned is every Mav’er is different.
We have spinners, rockers, brain foggers, and people with incredible pain daily.
I was a very agile, busy, happy professional singer 5 or more days a week, I would lug gear, set up (bending to tape gaffa to the floor in a auditorium) then dance and sing my butt off for 5 hours and that was just the singing, not the setting up and lugging.
All with mav.
My hubby 8 years older than myself couldn’t understand why at 30 I was always much more tired than he was.
When Mav hit
I was in shape and happy, I loved spending time with people.
My Mav made me so tiered I’d sometimes sleep hours per day, just to get to the next gig.
It took its toll, oh yeh.
3 years ago, I was still working and happy at 48 kilos, had a good bod, I was really active,
Mav tiredness did do me in.
I feel like I’ve slept my life away, I had no choice it knocked me out…
I’m now feeling so good, you will too very soon.
Some Mav’ers here still seem to find a way of exercising, go figure?
I’m happy to say, that there’s an end to this maddening tiredness and dizziness,
I was on the medi-go round for a short while, but there IS an end to it,
You too will find you’re med and return to a normal life.
I know how this mav can crush our creative spirit, trust me you’ll have it back very soon.
Big hugs Emma.