I think that I made a connection about my knee and my activity level. Last week my knee felt great. Great!!! Then the weekend came. Friday wasn't very active, I met with my nutritionist via Zoom, then we went and had the taxes done. Then it was off to lunch where I had 2 beers. Then it was home for a fairly lazy afternoon. I watched some TV in my room here and fell asleep in my chair. Walked Mavy and that was about it for the day. Saturday I did some Supernatural before Hubby got up, went to the gym, did a little cleaning, and then sat all afternoon because we had some friends over. Then came Sunday. I went to the gym, did some Supernatural, went to grocery shopping, and that was about it. I spent a lot of Sunday sitting or stretched out in my chair. By Sunday my knee was really starting to bother me and by Monday I was in agony. So my correlation is that my knee pain is directly related to my level of activity or lack thereof. Monday I was in complete agony with my knee and today I feel awesome. The more I move the better my knee feels. So that leads me to a couple of conclusions.
- I can't sit for hours at a time doing anything.
- I need to raise my desk at home here and leave it there.
- If I sit, I need to set a timer for 20ish minutes and get up when it goes off. Wait, my desk does that, need to figure out how it works.