Last week I posted a bit of the background on why I had gone to InsideTracker to get blood work done. Today, I’m going to go through some of the results, and what my plan of action is.
Way back in the spring, just a few weeks after the Calgary Marathon, on a random early morning trail run, I suddenly had a bout of dizziness that had me nearly falling down into the bushes. This bout of dizziness would become almost 6 weeks of vertigo. This wasn’t my first experience with vertigo, I’d had it a few times in the past, it’s caused by calcium crystals dislodging in the ear drum and floating around, causing havoc with the little hairs and balance in the ear drum. Clearly I’m no doctor, and this is a very simple, amateur explanation. Continue reading “Crossing the t’s and dotting the i’s…”