FCT Treatment Round 4

So, last week I completed round four of Field Control Therapy.

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All-in-all, it went well–the detox symptoms weren’t as terrible as they were during the previous rounds. I’m sure that it helped that I spent the majority of Sunday and Monday outdoors away from EMFs. My last two posts highlighted my time and miles at Griffith Park on Sunday.

On Monday, I started with a couple of miles on foot to recover from the previous day’s 20ish miles. I was hoping to run three miles but I was only able to run 2 and ended up walking the third. I’m not sure if it was due to fatigue from the day before or if it was a side effect of FCT. Either way, I didn’t want to push myself too hard. Still, it was great to be out on the Santa Ana River Trail in the morning.FCT4-1

 

After the solo miles, the kids and I grabbed lunch then rode bikes along the beach.

We stopped at the Secret Spot for a pre-bike ride lunch.
We stopped at the Secret Spot for a pre-bike ride lunch.

 

We rode from Bolsa Chica State Beach to Huntington Beach and back with a little break in the middle... approximately a 6 mile round trip.
We rode from Bolsa Chica State Beach to Huntington Beach and back with a little break in the middle… approximately a 6 mile round trip.

After a little rest at home (with the WIFI turned off), I was ready to get a few more two-wheeled miles in–this time, with my buddy Jason.

We rode our mountain bikes along the Santa Ana River Trail from Yorba Regional Park to the ARTIC (Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center) and back.
We rode our mountain bikes along the Santa Ana River Trail from Yorba Regional Park to the new ARTIC (Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center) and back. I forgot to start the tracker about a little over a mile into the ride so we probably covered about 19 miles round-trip.

Physically, things were a lot better for me during this most recent FCT treatment. With the exception of a few headaches and minor aches near my kidneys, I felt okay. Mentally/emotionally, I really tried to avoid negative triggers. It was a lot easier to do that when I was outside and active. Still, it’s difficult to always avoid negativity and I did have to face some and deal with it the best I could. It wasn’t as bad as last month– I think being aware of my susceptibility to negative thoughts helped me consciously choose not to let them get to me so much.

So, success? I think so.

I hope next month’s treatment goes even better.

 

 

 

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