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Feel Really Tired After Eating
Stomach: This could represent gastritis, stomach ulcer or poor digestion. This can be brought on by stress and anxiety. You may need to work on those issues. In the meantime, try some antacids and you might want to try some food enzymes with meals to assist digestion. Probiotics to eliminate lower bowel gas and see your doctor if the problem persists despite these measures. ...Read more
What symptoms ?: Your question is too nonspecific & offers no information about your symptoms, signs, risks. "gi problems" run the spectrum from cancer to infection, inflammation, ischemia, metabolic disorders, motility issues, malabsorption/ maldigestion, stress, & even problems outside the GI tract. Please help with more info--happy to assist if we know what "feeling sick" means to you & in what context. ...Read more
Anxiety: Anxiety is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms of severe anxiety: insomnia, chest pain, palpitations, tremors, and parasthesia. Rec.: see your gp for evaluation. ...Read more
Nmeed MD evaluation: The most common cause of your symptoms is post-prandial hrypoglycemia, where your blood sugar falls to low levels after you eat. Sometimes, this is associated with medical problems, some of which are serious. You need to see your physician for a thorough evaluation. He/she will do tests to find the cause and see what treatment is needed, ...Read more
Pause, look at life?: Are you enjoying work? A feeling of tiredness can be an opportunity to review lifestyle, choices, stress levels. Most tiredness improves with regular healthy meals, daily exercise, sleep hygiene (patient.co.uk) reduction in alcohol use and other choices that reduce feelings of stress. Medical causes such as anaemia, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction can be excluded at a routine review with your Dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I feel nauseous and tired after I eat. EA lot of times eating makes me feel sluggish for hours later and i have stomach discomfort?
Time to see your Dr.: if you're feeling tired and sluggish after you eat, chances are high it may have to do with the type of food you eat, and whether or not you may be allergic or sensitive to it. Your PCP can further evaluated by looking at your general health and nutritional status, your Height, Weight, and energy level, and do a physical exam. They can best direction what your next step will have to be. ...Read more
You shouldn't: After a meal, especially a large meal, they body diverts more energy to the intestines to digest the food. Energy now not available for other purposes. Also, meals rich in refined carbs (sugars and starches) may cause a rapid rise in blood sugar then increased Insulin output and a subsequent dramatic drop in blood sugar. That may also cause fatigue. Healthier meals should not cause fatigue. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I constantly feel sluggish, tired and never really feel like doing anything strenuous. No matter how tired i go to bed, i still wake up feeling tired. Why?
Don't eat eggs.: If that is your only problem I'm not concerned. if it just started could you be pregnant. IF you are otherwise well and healthy I would hold off of eggs for about 3 weeks and try again. If that doen't work call your doctor. ...Read more
Hydrate, food, acid: You may be feeling sick to you stomach for a multitude of reasons. You may not have enough food in your system for the activity you are performing. Secondly, you may not be well hydrated which can also make you feel nauseous. Lastly, you may have an excess build up of Lactic Acid in your system from a tough workout and thus you need to refuel, rehydrate and rest. ...Read more
Lately i get really cold, lethargic, and lightheaded before meal times. After eating i feel better for a few hours. Not overweight, eat healthy.?
May be hypoglycemia: These symptoms could well be due to hypoglycemia, which is low blood sugar. To confirm this you should have your blood sugar tested when having symptoms and/or do a glucose tolerance test. The treatment is to avoid sugars/simple carbs and to eat more frequently. Whatever the cause, these symptoms warrant evaluation by a doctor. See http://www.Umm.Edu/altmed/articles/hypoglycemia-000090.Htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low energy: Maybe you are exercising too hard for your energy level? I don't know what you're doing but maybe try a different type of exercise. Low impact cardio, or yoga, or something. If its not that, perhaps your hormones are out of balance or you have another condition that is affecting your energy level. ...Read more
Find cause of nausea: Nausea may be gi-related (food poisoning, peptic disease, gastroparesis, due to biliary ; pancreatic disease, gas/bloat syndrome, small bowel problems). Consider "central" causes: motion sickness, vertigo, migraine headache, brain problems (some very serious). Also, rule out infection (? Urinary tract), medication side effects, pregnancy, ; even reaction to stress. Find ; treat the cause--see doc. ...Read more
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