- Feb 13, 2014
- United States
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Here it is 3:20 a.m. and I've been awake for over an hour. I have PT at 9:30. The plan is for me to drive to therapy and my daughter drive me home if I'm tired. She will be leaving day after tomorrow and I'll need to drive then, so this is easing into it.You had a busy day on Sunday, especially since you're still so early in recovery. I'm glad everything went well, but can you compensate for all that activity by having a quieter day today? Even though you're recovery is going so well, your knee does need adequate amounts of rest.
I teach an adult SS class and was away from that for about 4 weeks after my tkr. I prepared my lesson on the 5th week and my brain fog was so bad, I had to get my backup do that one, too. Not getting enough sleep is a pain and a contributing factor to the brain fog. Sleep where and when you can. Your body needs that. When you are sleeping your body can concentrate more on healing.I normally teach the class some of the younger ones are in and I'm not up to that