I pose this more as a challenge than a question. Since it's something I've dealt with regularly over the past 8 years, I've become especially sensitive to the fact that there are times when I, and you, should NOT be carrying due to some personal limitations.
Let me set the stage with my situation. Since 2000, I've been through numerous therapies in treatment of multiple myeloma (cancer of the bone marrow). There are times when I am unsteady, mentally fuzzy, weak, and even somewhat confused ("chemo brain") to the point where I have to make the decision that I should not carry. I do that not only in the face of outrageous liability, but in recognition that when carrying I have incredible responsibility to make decisions and physically perform at my highest in order to avoid causing harm to innocents.
It's not just major illness that should take any of us out of the "carry pool"--even a severe head cold or similar illness can affect our decision-making and reactions to the point where we could cause more harm than good. Medications are another culprit, sometimes bringing with them drowsiness, slow reaction, even mild disorientation or confusion.
So, I challenge you, when you just don't feel "up to it", make the tough decision to disarm, knowing that just like there are times to put down the car keys, there are times to put down the EDC.