Dr Kadwa, need help with low motivation, melasma, dry skin, falling hairI am 39 year old female, 5’2”, 150lbs. I am an introvert, shy person. Do not like to take help/ favors from others. I have low self esteem.
I have very nasty sick looking dull skin with melasma on cheeks (closer to eyes) and upper arms - got it a year after my twins were born 8 years ago. Skin is very dry, cracked heels, extremely dry hands, hair fall out alot and are dull and dry with dandruff sometimes, nails have ridges on them. I also get red itchy bumps on my bottom of my feet if i walk in grass. Sometimes i get them on my hands as well.
I find it very hard to start anything, Such as doing things around the house. I want to start working out but cannot get up and do it. Want to start a business but don’t want to start. Once i start doing something i find it easier to finish it. Do not have the motivation to start up. I find it very hard to get out of house, once i am out i am ok. I wish i can get so many things done but waste whole day procrastinating. Feel motivated when i am with my parents and brother/ sister-in-law. For the last six months i have been eating without being hungry ( i used to eat breakfast and not want to eat until dinner) and i feel like i am eating alot more. I have gained alot of weight due to more eating and less exercise.
I also have my right shoulder hurting. Tail bone hurts if i try to do sit-ups, wrists hurt if i try to do push-ups. Sometimes i feel pain in my finger joints. Right hand feels numb if i hold small things ( thumb and index finger mainly). I have had low iron always and low thyroid on and off.
I want to be a get up get things done kind of person with beautiful, glowing skin, healthy weight and healthy body. Please help me, i feel very angry at my self for not doing what i want to do with my life.
[Edited by DKS on 2018-03-20 03:29:46]
DKS on 2018-03-20
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