Friday has always been my most favourite day of the week, on Friday my mood will be super high and jovial but last friday it was a total opposite as far as i was concerned and i was really scared to death.
I was having some kind of muscle pull on my left chest, it was intense and relieved for a while then the pain came back, and as i was vegetating in front of the PC, pictures of my friends suffering from heart attack suddenly appeared in my mind and i thought could i be suffering from the attack. I quickly google searched for the symptoms of a heart attack to see if i had the symptoms of one.
I told my business partner of my chest pain, and he advised me to go and see a doctor and so i did. And as usual, the doctro asked me what's wrong and i described to him my conditions, stiff neck,pull of chest muscle, he checked on me and telling me i was all right. I insisted to know why then did i have muscle pull and stiff neck, professionaly the doctor explained to me, it was due to guess what.... STRESS.
I was taught that i was a kind of jolly happy go lucky kind of person, stress is a distant name to me, but suddenly i realized that i have not been sleeping well and been thinking of certain nonsense playing at the back of my mind.
I seriously need to have a relook at myself again, you see infact i am a happy go lucky kind of person but subconciosly i invite the unknown stress without me realizing it. For an instance, my wife used to tell me i should i get all fired up whenever i see people flauting the traffic rules, i would lose my cool whenever i see that and i would keep honking at that fella.
Yah, so now i know, i really have to take life a little easier before i lose my sanity, i have to learn from my beloved wife who is always as cool as a watermelon. I dont want to get stressed out easily.
Please forgive me, i have been telling my friends to take life easy,in fact i cant live up to what i propagate, let me learn and continue to learn.
P/S : I want to be as cool as a cucumber, and giving you some juice of chilliness