Hi everyone, I know that I need to be on top of my sleep schedule, affirmations, getting rid of TMS thinking bad habits, and healthy habits, etc, and that since TMS symptoms are random and don't always have predictable triggers, I shouldn't be looking for triggers to avoid, but I just want a better idea of how to reduce bad days/speed up recovery from extinction bursts and especially how to get through bad mornings when it takes longer than expected to get out of bed due to various reasons. Basically my symptoms have been flaring up lately after a few tough conversations, going outside for a walk in the cold (I forgot to put lotion on my dry legs and they sometimes have this particular burn like feeling when exposed to cold dry air), and I did a kundalini yoga workout today that flared up sensations of numbness and chills. I get extremely cold and fatigued after eating breakfast in particular, but sometimes also after other meals. I've been trying to go to bed on time as well and still deal with these quick swelling/pressure sensations on my fingers/ribs/jaws/bones inside ear. Since I had a lot of difficulty staying on track today with my studies due to the symptoms, how do I best get through the next few weeks and make the best use of my mornings and after mealtimes? I'm trying to squeeze in meditation and exercise when I have time, but I feel like my study sessions are mostly me crossing my fingers hoping I will stay focused and not go down a pain/fear spiral or sluggish brain fog. Also, like a typical Gen Zer, I really need help staying off my phone for anything except work and occasional chats with friends. Still working on that one. I'm really thankful to everyone on this forum and to my friends and family for helping me get through this. Thank you tough go-getters, ancient elders, young seekers, therapists, coaches, and everyone in between. It's been rough for all of us having to go through this during the pandemic and in rapidly changing times. Also, if anyone here is a student and wants to buddy up for the rest of the semester/quarter until finals, I'll be glad to help keep spirits going. Thank you all so much for your time!