I'm sorry in advance for what feels like my whole life story but please help.
I am intolerant to Gluten, Lactose and Preservatives.
I also suffer from sinus/throat inflammation, asthma and anxiety.
I also have strong chances of an inheriting thyroid and auto immune disease, since every female family member on my mums side has it.
Last year I lost almost 20kg in 3 months and it was the best thing I ever did.
I dropped from a size 14 to a size 6, from 75kg to 57kg
Shortly afterward, 10 days after my 20th birthday a crazy man crashed into my car, writing it off.
So since November 2013 I haven't been able to run anymore.
I had been running 20km a day (10kmph) which I had worked up to from walking to walking 20km (5kmph) to the whole massive running thing. I also had a regime of endless squats, lunges and planks.
Being asthmatic I always found fitness hard but I was finally able to challenge myself properly after getting personal training with Vision personal trainers. After my crash life got intense and I couldn't walk for more than 5 minutes... without getting migraines, dizziness, nerve pain and muscle pain. I'm talking everywhere I had pins and needles, I had swollen/numb hands and numb feet, also burning pains all over my whole back.
Since my anxiety had pretty much disappeared with the extensive exercise, which doctors said acted like anti-depressants I signed up for 5 subjects this university semester. Which everyone says they wouldn't even recommend it to a student getting all high distinctions which I was last semester pre-crash.
Now I have severe anxiety, lots of panic attack, migraines, blurred vision, vomiting, loss of appetite and pins and needles. I want to improve but I'm scared that fixing this may mean that I don't graduate university this year or losing my weight again. I am unhappy being 75kg again and I haven't really seen most of my friends since putting on the weight. I am going to the physiotherapist and casually seeing a university counsellor. I am also getting a psychological evaluation in three days.