Oh duh! You're right. Gawd I feel stupid now. xD
I do hope you've been trying to go on walks to feel better.
Actually, I'd love walking more with a dog. ^_^
I kind of forgot what I said in the last comment. Lol.
I suck at finding things to talk about.
That'll be good then. Hopefully they therapy will get you more motivation, even if they give you medication too.
Either one would probably help, depending on the seriousness of the case. I'd probably pick the occupational over the meds though, but thats just me. xD
Hmm. Well most of yoga I hate to say it is more... well... feminine, sometimes, move wise.
Men do have a tendency to do some of the moves incorrectly due to how the body is structured.
There are ways to fix this though. However, most males I know who do yoga focus on the whole strengthening of the muscles portion per say and the more challenging positions, more so then everything else.
Which is not generally a bad thing. Haha. Besides, I never enjoyed yoga in the beginning myself. But after doing it twice a week for 2-3 weeks I got use to it.
I do prefer hiking, biking, kayaking, and walking over yoga though. This coming from a person who did Tai chi, Martial Arts, and a bunch of other sports lol xD
Anyway, everything is good for me...
Just waiting of an email from work thats taking forever.
I havent heard anything since Tues about switching to a different location for the same job, so I'm planning to email the director about it.
Because honestly, I start work back up Sept 6th. Plus, I feel I've given them enough time to get back to me by now. xp
Ah, okay. I was about to say and all 'noo, that wasnt my intention' ectera, but thank you again as I mentioned. xD
So motivational loss... Well, more of less. Interesting.
Haha. Yes, I tried to look it up.
Seems these are the medications I found that can be subscribed (although it depends on various factors, obviously). http://www.hindawi.com/journals/drt/2011/893905/tab2/ & http://www.hindawi.com/journals/drt/2011/893905/ info; couldnt find much, really.
"Taking into consideration the facts that apathy is related to cognitive function and disruption of the prefrontal cortex-basal ganglia axis, apathy can be considered to resemble subcortical dementia and to be treatable using dopaminergic agents in central nervous system..." it says ectera.
Not sure if thats what you have, but I could see the motivational loss part, given your speech lately, among other things, despite advice to clear the mind, as they say. Haha.
Did going for walks and yoga not work?
Normally, when I'm in a motivational loss type of state myself, I generally do that, or give my brain something stimulating to partake in (walks, coloring, read a book, stare at the sea or go hiking, ect)
Ironically, my friend just turned into a doctor recently - got her white coat and all, haha. Shes actually in school for it now.
But yeah, she focuses on the mind of people with various things, among others.
Not sure if she could give me any advice to give you though, haha.
Most of the things I found on the syndrome anyway seems to result in medication taking.... sweatdrop