Hello, dear readers.
I’m all excited! Next week, or the week after at the latest, I’ll finally get my Sony a6400 and a few things I need as accessories, like batteries, batting, microphone etc.
Then I can finally start with my Youtube channel and also Vlogs
Yes, I could have done this with my smartphone, but I’m one of those: Either all the way or not at all.
I will have an incredibly hard time getting in front of the camera. I always have. I’ve always found photos difficult, video cameras never worked. I never tried to look when someone was taking a picture of me.
Even hearing my voice was super hard in the beginning. In the meantime it’s working, so I hope that the video recordings will be like that too
And of course there is also the anticipation. I have so much planned.
I would like to educate about Hashimoto and Keto, on Youtube, of course, on the one hand, but on the other hand I would also like to blog and share it with friends and anyone else who is interested.
And I am definitely not an Instagram model. I’m just excited.
I’ve been streaming live for over a year now on a streaming platform, but without ever showing myself. A lot of my viewers have become friends and I’m looking forward to sharing my life with them, but also with everybody else!
I would also like to record my journey. How I am doing, what progress I am making and what setbacks I am experiencing, my way to become healthier and lose weight.
For example, after 1 1/2 months I know now that keto is not an “I healed immediately” remedy.
Of course I was fine in the beginning, but I still have a few aches and pains that don’t disappear overnight.
I have to wait for my blood results on Wednesday, but I don’t feel so well at the moment and know that I have a mild infection.
But the problem with the elevated leukocytes is a problem that I have been struggling with for years. They are constantly slightly elevated. My endocrinologist said at the time that this was not caused by Hashimoto, but what else?
It’s an autoimmune disease. The whole body is involved.br>Maybe this doesn’t directly indicate that the immune system is attacking the thyroid gland, but something is happening in the body and the doctors just shrug their shoulders.br>”As long as there are no other symptoms, that’s the way it is”.
And when I ask Dr. Google (which I don’t like to do), he tells me that this phenomenon is called leukocytosis and that it definitely takes place due to autoimmune diseases.
… or blood cancer.
But I’ll leave that out of consideration, I trust my doctor to the extent that he would make that diagnosis if he did.
I mean, sure I’m gonna bring it up with him, but just because I really want to rule out EVERYTHING!
So, but I’m going to clean up my apartment. Sunday will be used well so that everything is ready for next week, so I can record my first video 😀