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I am yet to come back from LOS healthy. After every trip i come home with some sort of illness. I'm not talking about getting a dose of clamidia or gonorrhea. I'm talking more about colds, flu's, chest infections, serious fevers, stomach ailments etc. My general mental health is noramlly pretty poor when i get back as well. The blues hits me real hard and it affects the way i deal with other people. Its gotten to the stage that when i tell my boss that i'm going to LOS and tell him what dates i'm going to be away, he pencils me in for a week of sick leave for the dates i'm supposed to come back to work.

 

I think its caused by being totally run down due to partying too hard, eating the wrong food, drinking too much, lack of sleep etc, etc

 

 

Anyone else have similar problems? Any suggestions on how to avoid it?

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I hear your Shuggy, for me its the depression that kills me. As we know Patts is more than just a holiday its a way of life and I feel as if i've been snatched away from my home when i'm not there.

 

Stomach bugs etc. normally pass within the first couple of days and i'm just left with a really really bad case of the blues to deal with... at least I can come here... Thats my one and only way i've found to deal with it.

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I am normally OK health wise the only major problem is the blues after being out there for a month in Dec, I thought the blues wouldn't be so bad but fuck me its worse I try to keep myself busy catching up with work but its always there just niggling at you hence the reason I booked another trip for next month damm I'm a sucker for punishment.

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I am yet to come back from LOS healthy. After every trip i come home with some sort of illness. I'm not talking about getting a dose of clamidia or gonorrhea. I'm talking more about colds, flu's, chest infections, serious fevers, stomach ailments etc. My general mental health is noramlly pretty poor when i get back as well. The blues hits me real hard and it affects the way i deal with other people. Its gotten to the stage that when i tell my boss that i'm going to LOS and tell him what dates i'm going to be away, he pencils me in for a week of sick leave for the dates i'm supposed to come back to work.

 

I think its caused by being totally run down due to partying too hard, eating the wrong food, drinking too much, lack of sleep etc, etc

 

 

Anyone else have similar problems? Any suggestions on how to avoid it?

 

 

i think as hard as we party, its the body saying enough is enough.

 

25 days of hard core drinking

cialis every 2 days

up till 3am every night

sleep till 2pm

 

not to mention i cant handle cigarette smoke.

 

i think its just bound to happen every time.

 

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Just back from 48 hours in Pattaya

 

Got drunk twice, had sex with one bargirl, two freelancers (one of them twice) and one (ahem..) 'lady' from Soi Six

 

The results

 

- red eye (now taking anti-biotic eye drops)

- dodgy guts (must have been the somtam)

- sore dick (over use)

 

I always take a few days of a generic antibiotic after a trip anyway, just to be on the safe side

 

Depression? Generally not as I know I will be back there in 2 weeks

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no shuggy, i mostley get sick when i arrive.the 2nd and 3rd day my stommach is always hurting as hell

lucky thing is when i come back home my batteries are fully charged so i can get by for some 3 months.

lol see you in may?

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shuggy, think about when you have a blast in your homeland, does it take a day or 2 to recover?

 

now mulitply that by the blasts you havev in thailand

 

for every up there is a down

 

& thailand is the biggest up on the planet mate

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I think your on the Right Track Incubus .

 

The booze has a lot to do with it , Drinking every day/ night for 1, 2, 3 weeks can give your body a shit kicking . I think cause your in happy holiday mode the after effects of drinking arent noticed as much or you just start drinking again and feel great soon .

 

Once your home your body is run down and a major hangover mixed with depression can really get you down .

 

Personally I avoid booze when at home and try to treat myself better .

 

Theres no cure for PPDS ( post pattaya deperssion syndrome ) but I find that imersing myself in work to keep my mind off it helps

 

Cheers

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Now this is a good subject for a post. I have been back for 1 week now. I was in Patts for 10 days. I caught a cold whilst there, 2 girls I was with had colds. I had the worst case of depression I can remember. It's starting to abate prettyt much now, but for about a week I could think of little else but when I would be able to return and for how long. And last but not least I got a raging case of the shits on the plane trip home. It was my first trip and I am forever fucked! I look forward to my next trip but I dread the inevitable depression that will accompany returning home.

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Yeah my body was fucked for 3 or 4 days and had a cold and sore throat but as many people have said. Boozing and little sleep for 18 days aint going to do anyone any favours. Doesnt help either when alot of other people are ill as well. So many BG's had colds, mai sabaii mak mak..

 

I'm going to dose myself up properly next time so my body doesnt quite react to the abuse I'm gonna give it next time lol.

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Its because you return home and see daylight for the first time in weeks, its a shock to the system... :HiSexy1:

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I always come back feeling pretty shitty. This last trip was 2 weeks, and for days after I had the usual crappy run down feeling. But after kicking off at the bars at 4PM every day and drinking till the wee hours, swapping spit with way too many women, and loads of hummers and mostly safe sex, there are a lot of bugs trying to take up residence in our bodies, and they are in a good position to do so after your immune system is run down from booze and lack of sleep.

 

But after a few days, I'm always fully recharged and ready to roll on Pattaya once again!! :wub:

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My home is a twelve hour time difference from LOS. Staying up all night and sleeping all day allows me to stick to my normal schedule :wub: . I did get a cough towards the end of my trip but it cleared up pretty quickly after getting home.

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I am yet to come back from LOS healthy. After every trip i come home with some sort of illness. I'm not talking about getting a dose of clamidia or gonorrhea. I'm talking more about colds, flu's, chest infections, serious fevers, stomach ailments etc. My general mental health is noramlly pretty poor when i get back as well. The blues hits me real hard and it affects the way i deal with other people. Its gotten to the stage that when i tell my boss that i'm going to LOS and tell him what dates i'm going to be away, he pencils me in for a week of sick leave for the dates i'm supposed to come back to work.

 

I think its caused by being totally run down due to partying too hard, eating the wrong food, drinking too much, lack of sleep etc, etc

 

 

Anyone else have similar problems? Any suggestions on how to avoid it?

 

 

I think you are recognizing the reality of something. In other words some things you already know the answer to, but putting it into practice is another thing. It took me years to finally make the adjustments so I wouldn't come home a wreck after every trip. Now my trips are MUCH better and my return is better. Some may laugh at some of my suggestions, not like I care, but they have definately worked well for me. Some are more obvious than others, everybody is different.

 

1. Plan longer trips, if possible. More time helps you pace yourself better. Also if you get sick when you are there it will give you time to rest, and heal up. Then you can ease back into partying. If you don't shut down at the beginning of getting sick and make getting better your priority, you will most likely get worse, and bring it home with you as well. Not fun.

 

2. Try to keep a regular routine. You may have a different pattern than at home, but try to keep it regular.

 

3. I drink every night, but I stick with my other rules so it is not a major issue. However, I don't drown myself every fucking night and all day long. Mix it up. One rough night, one easier night, maybe even a night of no drinking (it is possible).

 

4. Eat, DRINK lots of water, it not only keeps you hydrated, it flushes shit out of your system and keeps your nasal passages lubed. SLEEP.

 

5. Have a work out plan. I'm not saying lift weights everyday (unless that's something you do anyway and like it). I'm saying good, serious cardio. You can do this by walking around town or on the beach, shitloads. It's fun, and really does make you feel better. I discovered this on my first trip to LOS in '99. I was in shit shape mentally and physically. I started walking and never stopped. It changed my life more than anything. I don't want to sound like a work out guru here, but that trip and the walking I did probably saved my life. I also got to see tons of shit that I wouldn't have otherwise.

 

6. Plan for the future. When on trips think about your future there, what you would do, where you'd live, etc. Even though it might be a while before you get there, if you do in fact do that, it helps you to connect in a different way. Changes your focus some. It's kind of hard to explain... It also helps put you into the mind set that there is a future, outside of returning to hell. If you start thinking that way it can ease the depression when you return.

 

7. Mix in other stuff. Day trips, not involving drinking, maybe golf, or diving or whatever. Just do something. Does not have to be everyday, but don't do the same shit every fucking day. Try to keep your sleep pattern the same but mix up what you do.

 

8. Limit the time with your BM's and/or GF's. Make yourself the priority! BM's and GF's, are great, but you control the time you spend with them, not the other way.

 

I'm rambling here, but I guess it's because I can relate. Sorry if you already do some(or all) of this, but maybe it'll benefit someone. Making the adjustments really changed things for me, in many ways. Trips are much better now, and I look forward to them even more.

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Always get a serious case of the blues on returning home.

Will take all advice on board on next trip.

Nothing booked but 4 weeks before April. :)

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I don't think you can avoid it,you're very lucky to go home after 3 weeks or so in Pattaya feeling normal both physically and mentally.I mean you're drinking every night,not sleeping properly and eating spicy food and maybe drinking some dodgy water at some stage so you bound to have stomach problems and we're not in a clean environment compared to home?.I think the hardest thing you face after a holiday in Pattaya is the adjusting back to reality.One minuite you're with your mates surrounded by Thai honeys who smile at you if you so much as look at them then you get home and you're stuck at home watching tv or at work not knowing when your next shag will be,then when you do smile at a bird they scowl at you..well they do to me!I think you just got to have a break from the booze and cigs if you smoke and get yourself in the gym after Pattaya and eat healthy food or you'll end up looking old quickly.I always leave Pattaya thinking i'll be back soon and start preparing for the next one,this keeps me sane!

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Some good advise there Brad, I thought It was just me that felt like shit after my return,stands to reason though , after leaving fantasy land , and back to work , bills, farang chicks, etc anyone would feel like shit.

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I think you are recognizing the reality of something. In other words some things you already know the answer to, but putting it into practice is another thing. It took me years to finally make the adjustments so I wouldn't come home a wreck after every trip. Now my trips are MUCH better and my return is better. Some may laugh at some of my suggestions, not like I care, but they have definately worked well for me. Some are more obvious than others, everybody is different.

 

1. Plan longer trips, if possible. More time helps you pace yourself better. Also if you get sick when you are there it will give you time to rest, and heal up. Then you can ease back into partying. If you don't shut down at the beginning of getting sick and make getting better your priority, you will most likely get worse, and bring it home with you as well. Not fun.

 

2. Try to keep a regular routine. You may have a different pattern than at home, but try to keep it regular.

 

3. I drink every night, but I stick with my other rules so it is not a major issue. However, I don't drown myself every fucking night and all day long. Mix it up. One rough night, one easier night, maybe even a night of no drinking (it is possible).

 

4. Eat, DRINK lots of water, it not only keeps you hydrated, it flushes shit out of your system and keeps your nasal passages lubed. SLEEP.

 

5. Have a work out plan. I'm not saying lift weights everyday (unless that's something you do anyway and like it). I'm saying good, serious cardio. You can do this by walking around town or on the beach, shitloads. It's fun, and really does make you feel better. I discovered this on my first trip to LOS in '99. I was in shit shape mentally and physically. I started walking and never stopped. It changed my life more than anything. I don't want to sound like a work out guru here, but that trip and the walking I did probably saved my life. I also got to see tons of shit that I wouldn't have otherwise.

 

6. Plan for the future. When on trips think about your future there, what you would do, where you'd live, etc. Even though it might be a while before you get there, if you do in fact do that, it helps you to connect in a different way. Changes your focus some. It's kind of hard to explain... It also helps put you into the mind set that there is a future, outside of returning to hell. If you start thinking that way it can ease the depression when you return.

 

7. Mix in other stuff. Day trips, not involving drinking, maybe golf, or diving or whatever. Just do something. Does not have to be everyday, but don't do the same shit every fucking day. Try to keep your sleep pattern the same but mix up what you do.

 

8. Limit the time with your BM's and/or GF's. Make yourself the priority! BM's and GF's, are great, but you control the time you spend with them, not the other way.

 

I'm rambling here, but I guess it's because I can relate. Sorry if you already do some(or all) of this, but maybe it'll benefit someone. Making the adjustments really changed things for me, in many ways. Trips are much better now, and I look forward to them even more.

 

 

4 and 5 i totally agree with water water water

i knock back maybe 4/5 liters a day there you really do feel better after its just a pain in the ass pissing all the time!

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5. Have a work out plan. You can do this by walking around town or on the beach, shitloads. It's fun, and really does make you feel better. I started walking and never stopped. It changed my life more than anything.

 

Good advice. For example, my 86 year old grandfather started walking about 2 years ago.

 

Now we don't know where the hell he is.

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