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Strange question about health and state of mind watch

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    Ok, so 6 years ago I was great till a family member was murdered but then started going downhill however ALSO I physically generally felt ok just kinda "drunk" and low kinda like a bad comedown from a high or inbetween a high and a low from drugs.

    Every year I have been feeling worse and worse and gaining loads more weight and I am currently 5 stone overweight and on the border BMI wise between overweight and obese.

    I am neither lazy nor energetic, I go to the gym once a week and am out of the house most days and walking around town for an hour -3 hours

    I just did a bit of a random trek to the big Tescos 30 minutes walk from house and by side streets, then got a soft drink at a bar on the way back on the way back, then dropped bags off, unpacked then went for a take away(though havent eaten it as I feel so "good")

    Basically the feeling I have now is me feeling normal, or at least how I used to feel up till 6 years ago, I felt this way last time I went to the big Tesco however already I am losing my "high" but still I dont understand wy I feel normal now except within reason i,e for the time of night and because I am fat now so physcially not as good.
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