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  • I'm back in shape Julia and it's so not crowded.

  • But I haven't been back here for like two months.

  • Mm.

  • Mm hmm.

  • Good morning everybody.

  • So today I'm going to the doctor get the antibody corona tests because I've been struggling with my lungs and then I'm going to the eye doctor because I haven't gone and I need contacts.

  • And I'm just in a huge rush right now.

  • So I'm going to step down the camera and I'm going to eat this delicious food and then we're going to head out.

  • The state of emergency has been lifted in Japan, but people are still staying cautious by wearing masks.

  • So I'm choosing one Dooby's mother made for us because they're just super cute.

  • This is my first time going back into the city.

  • So I'm curious to see what everyone is doing a first day back, sadly.

  • I never got better from when I got super sick back in february and I just want to be okay.

  • But my body is resilient.

  • It always bounces back from everything I've ever had and I'm forever grateful for what it has done for me thus far.

  • Yeah.

  • Mm hmm.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • So I'm here as long as you guys may know, I've been struggling with lung problems and right after I got super sick in february and March and I've just been kind of breathless lately and just uh coughing still.

  • So I'm getting an antibody test to see if I had it or still have it.

  • But I don't think I have it.

  • Um in a long exam.

  • So we'll see how that goes.

  • I look tired.

  • Mhm mhm Yeah, there's a university here for women.

  • Why is it important for me to get well again?

  • Well I want to be able to inspire and motivate all of you who watch, I want to have energy for all of my own services and business and I really want to have babies but I can't have a baby if I'm unwell.

  • So my drive to get better always lies in those desires.

  • Yeah.

  • Mm.

  • Okay.

  • So I just got finished with the virus test and it came out negative basically they prick your finger and it takes 5 to 15 minutes to get the result came out negative, which confused me because I got super 2nd february in March for about a month and then I got a cough or some kind of asthma problem.

  • So I guess whatever I had ended up giving me some kind of like bronchial asthmatic infection and then it kind of gave me a some inflammation.

  • So we're going to try the mountains of medicine that they gave me.

  • They gave me like seven different types of medicines.

  • I'll have to show you guys want to get home.

  • But I mean it's a relief to know that I never had it, but it's kind of scary that I never did because if I ever were to catch it, I don't think I would be able to get through this begin here because there's like trucks behind me and everything, but the birds are so beautiful if you can hear those.

  • I'm heading to the eye doctor now because I need contacts.

  • The quarantine is lifted, but you still have to be super careful, you know?

  • But yeah, it was a very interesting experience.

  • We'll see if this helps.

  • If not, I have to go to a hospital and get like a CT scan to see inside my chest.

  • But I think this is gonna help a lot since I've been improving little by little.

  • So that is all I have to say Now I'm gonna head too shabby, you know, and we're gonna go check on the city and see what is going on there and then I'm gonna head back home and show you guys what's in this bag here.

  • So let's go.

  • I've been trying to remind myself to go back to how I felt when I was younger, play outside more do things that I feel like doing instead of following a strict schedule, move more smile and laugh more, spend more time on the creative projects without caring what people think of me in the japanese method of geeky guy.

  • Life purpose, doing things as if nobody is watching is crucial to healthy living and longevity so humid today.

  • But I got my medicine and I saw this really cool shrine across the street and there's so many cool things here.

  • Like look at this, look at the flowers over here, he was painting.

  • It's so awesome.

  • We didn't care as babies and toddlers, what people thought of us.

  • So why should we know stress is the most toxic poison in the body and if we don't find ways to enjoy our lives, we will continue to lose health.

  • Yeah.

  • Mm.

  • With you guys.

  • I can barely remember what it felt like to spend time with friends, staying inside all day hasn't made anything much better.

  • And I think we're all hoping the pandemic will end completely so we can hug our families, shop with our friends and feed our soul with laughter and love was weird being outside today and deep in the city for the first time in a while.

  • What a feeling this is.

  • I'm back in the area and it's so not crowded, but I haven't been back here for like two months.

  • So it's pretty interesting to see what's going on right now.

  • There's a lot of places that are still closed so I can't really go to too many places, but hopefully the doctor's offices open Clinic is closed until 2:00 so I have to come back.

  • So I'm actually going to go get some lunch because I'm starving and I have to stay out because I need to go to the eye doctor.

  • I just got there right when it closed.

  • Some clinics open for a short time in Japan closed for a couple hours and then reopen.

  • It's actually quite common, but I wasn't really thinking about it and so I needed to find a place to eat.

  • No, I opted to eat my favorite Chipotle style restaurant deeper in the city.

  • I didn't realize how exhausted I was just from traveling trying to train.

  • It's definitely been a while.

  • Mhm, mm hmm.

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah and it started raining.

  • Yeah.

  • Mhm.

  • Mhm.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • So I'm back and I just came home and I took a shower off my makeup and just chilled.

  • It was a long day.

  • I went to two doctors today and one of them closed early.

  • That's the thing in Japan, the doctors closed early around 1230 and then they are closed for lunch for a couple hours and then they reopen feel like that's not really a thing in the states unless I'm just so far gone and I've just been living here for so long that I just don't even know anymore.

  • But that's how things happen and I forgot because I haven't been out of the house in a very long time.

  • This, my friends is a description of all of the medication that I need to take.

  • So in Japan, this is normal when you get sick, you get five different medications at one, no joke, this is normal whenever I get cold, this is how much medicine that they give me this thing for.

  • Uh huh.

  • She tried to explain it to me at the pharmacy but I had no idea what she was trying to tell me.

  • It's a very complicated inhaler.

  • You have to turn it like four times or three times the first time.

  • Yes by time and then you have to turn it three times again.

  • And here are the instructions.

  • This is basically a steroid inhaler.

  • So basically, well basically the doctor thinks I have the inflammation in my bronchial tubes.

  • So it's like an asthmatic bronchitis sort of thing and it's from having a virus.

  • I did not test positive for the coronavirus.

  • So I didn't have that, I had some other virus and this is when I was working with kids so I caught something from a child.

  • I got sick and then just didn't go away.

  • It just inflamed my bronchial tubes.

  • This is for flam in the throat or in the chest.

  • They gave me some other stuff.

  • It's a patch.

  • So basically you put this patch on your chest and you wear it all day and it helps you breathe.

  • This is another medication that I have to take.

  • That is a one time thing.

  • It's nice to know that I don't have corona and I never did have corona.

  • But just the thought of getting it.

  • I don't think my body could ever handle something like that is a medication delivery system used by adults and Children, six years of age and older dry powder.

  • No propellants are required to deliver it.

  • Alright Yugi is going to do the, what is the test called?

  • It's like the corona spreading test because Japan thinks that english speaking english makes it worse.

  • Okay.

  • You guys say this is a pen?

  • No, no like that's how the lady did it on the show.

  • No dude, this is a pen.

  • Just normal.

  • This is a pen.

  • Yeah.

  • No it's not whatever.

  • I know, I don't understand why they would actually think that.

  • So I guess karaoke is going to be open on the 30th but you have to be two m apart even with the people that you're quarantined with, you have to be two m apart.

  • Just don't speak english and you'll be fine.

  • This is a pen.

  • Okay I have three gold coins so I'm going to put it into my book.

  • Yeah we're three steps closer.

  • Mhm.

  • We're gonna have to take all of these out.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • One more Awesome.

  • We have 3000 yens.

  • That's $30 right here.

  • Imagine Us getting $2000 we can save.

  • I love this book so much.

  • I'm going to order a smile.

  • Duty told me I should order only Japan has all these double burgers like I don't know if America has it but the panels, all these double, double shrimp burger, double burger with egg.

  • This is going to be a regretful dinner because I haven't eaten this way in a long time.

  • Got to get back on track tomorrow.

  • Don't ever beat yourself up for eating something bad once a week.

  • Do you, do you want to go get some drinks?

  • Um, sometimes this happens and right now I'm not on any protocol.

  • I'm actually going to take the CBO test again because my stomach is a lot better than it was before and I am a little nervous to get back onto a gut protocol because I already did two protocol.

  • The test is $400 so I don't want to take any more medication that could set me back though.

  • My nutritionist told me to retake the test, but of course like $400 is a lot of money.

  • So I need to save for that.

  • I haven't eaten Mcdonald's in a long time so I'm not sure how this is gonna affect me in any way, but we decided to do it and just enjoy it and just go with it.

  • Where's my smile?

  • Where's my smile?

  • I usually write it on the bag, but they didn't give you my old so I'm so sad.

  • They ask you how you are.

  • You just have to say that you're fine and you're, this is our spread here.

  • Chicken nuggets french fries, my baby burger, which is the shrimp burger.

  • I feel like burgers and Japan at Mcdonald's are so much smaller.

  • We have coke.

  • I don't know which one is the coke.

  • Zero.

  • Also I haven't had any kind of soda in a really long time until today?

  • What compelled me to drink or pop.

  • We call it pop in michigan.

  • It's so crazy.

  • I don't even call it that anymore.

  • This is due, jeez, it's chicken tots to and it has like cheese and soy sauce and all that stuff.

  • I can't have that.

  • I love the shrimp burger.

  • This is one of the first things I had when I came to Japan and every time I eat it, it just brings me back to that day.

  • And yeah, they don't use all white meat with the chicken.

  • So it's always like, I don't know, like hit or miss with the chicken nuggets at Mcdonald's, it looks like it has a growth or something disease.

  • This is meant I cheese.

  • I got the wrong one.

  • It's fine.

  • This is the F.

  • B burger.

  • So this is what looks like kind of like a fish filet and then inside it's just like shrimp kind of mashed shrimp, japanese tv but there she's alive.

  • This is our bottle accumulation.

  • Tomorrow is bottle day.

  • Each neighborhood has a specific time to take out certain things when you recycle.

  • So you take out the cans and the bottles during a certain time during night or during the morning, depending on the rules of your town and that is the stressful part about living in japan sometimes.

  • Yeah, well, All right.

  • So next day and this is what I'm eating.

  • It's just salmon and salad and potatoes and green smoothie.

  • All right.

  • So I ate that whole meal up.

  • I feel amazing.

  • I had a la vera juice in my water right now.

  • I had cod liver oil and another teaspoon of kombucha.

  • I'm trying to put some more good probiotics back in my body.

  • I don't bloat like crazy to the point where I'm like hurting amazing.

  • I can tolerate one egg.

  • You guys can see on my instagram that I've been eating super, super healthy the past week.

  • So it's helped a lot and then I ate Mcdonald's last night, last night.

  • I could not sleep.

  • I had sweats at night, I was just really hot.

  • I woke up four times in a little of the night and I had the weirdest dreams and I only have super, super weird dreams if I a drink coffee at night or be eat something sugary or really bad for you.

  • I dreamt that I uploaded a picture of a baby and it wasn't our baby and I was claiming that it was ours even though the baby looked nothing like Ug and then I was like, wait a minute if I had a baby, where's my baby?

  • I had another dream that I was at Hogwarts and I was fighting something with harry potter and the very steps never again, thank you guys for watching comment down below what's going on in your lives today, How you're feeling?

  • Anything commenting is the best thing.

  • I love reading your comments and please like this video subscribe the bell icon for notifications and I'll see you guys next time.

  • Bye.

  • Mhm.

  • Okay.

I'm back in shape Julia and it's so not crowded.

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Getting the Test! // Freedom After Isolation in Japan

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/11/15
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