Can’t turn off the dial thermostat due to back injury

I have endured trouble with my health over the last year and it’s becoming problematic for my everyday care.

It gets harder for me to walk and I have to take a spinal shot once a month to help me even do that.

I’m not even very old yet. I’m currently 35 years old and my body is shutting down on me and it’s rough! My friends are all still out and about, doing things with their children and I’m here wondering if one day I’ll be stuck in a wheelchair. I think that’s actually going to be the result however not now, not within the next 5 or 6 years I hope. I have 2 appealing children and one is 3 years old, the other is 5, and I barely can do things for them when they want attention. When I go through exhausting pain I have to take medication and I have to wait it out until it kicks in, and during that stage I can’t even walk or anything. If I have to use the restroom while I was in that stage it’s not fun, then the other day when almost everyone was at school or daycare I went down. I couldn’t move at all, however luckily enough I stumbled to the couch. I laid there and the house started getting colder as the weather wasn’t so wonderful outdoors. I couldn’t mess with the dial thermostat because it was in the home office. I was in so much pain that I couldn’t move. My medicine was in the billfold on the couch which I was lucky to have there, however it does take time to kick in, and at that moment I realized I’m actually going to have to invest in a smart thermostat and have a Heating and Air Conditioning tech install it. I think I can’t. This dial thermostat I currently have won’t toil for me going forward.



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