In your email you said: "... Kind of a cloudy headed, sickly feel you can say..."
Please make sure that you are getting enough sleep, in addition to the vitamins and the eating well. Your body needs to recover from the trauma of the marathon. Sleep is one of the best medicines.
Remember, you still might want to see your doctor regarding the symptoms.
And as far as shyness is concerned, one of the beauties of the internet is its anonymity. It frees us of the hangups that society has given all of us.
Also, when you've been married for almost 2 decades like I have, you really have heard it all w/r to the issues w/the opposite sex. As you know, sometimes it ain't pretty.
I actually had a really strange "male" issue w/running. I had to get it checked out by my GP, who is a female a few years younger than I am! I didn't know about this message board at that time. It could have saved me the embarrassment of that conversation and ensuing exam.
Back to running, if I were you I would get a few books on marathoning, and learn about your new hobby. I really think that it would help you a lot, and enhance your running experience.
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