It was interesting, to say the least. My upper arms and shoulders are really finding a new position, and during the jog home, I found myself much more upright than usual, without the effort it would normally take to concentrate on remaining so.
Last night, however, I had a terrible time trying to eat. My throat just wouldn't let me swallow.
It is not fun to spend a whole day alone. Then, when the wife and kid finally return, and I spend 40 minutes choking, coughing, and spitting in the bathroom because I tried to eat dinner, the day goes from unfun to shit.
Anyways, I hit the spa after my daughter went to bed. There, while trying to trace some of the tensions, I ended up (as best as I can express) swallowing my throat with my neck.
It's the best description I can come up with.
Picture a snake with a mouse half in it's mouth. It's swallowing motion to send the mouse a bit further in it's mouth is what I am getting at.
It was like the muscles in my neck were able to swallow my throat a bit further down towards my chest.
It felt pretty odd. I was quite overwhelmed for a while.
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The kicker was that I was able to swallow food afterwards, with only slight discomfort, compared to the complete inability a few hours before.
Moreover, it seems to have freed up some more of my right shoulder. The jog, swim, jog was much more productive today, and the seeming change of posture during the jog, being more upright, was even more pronounced with very little effort.
And the dizziness stints were very minor today.
Such a roller coaster.