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Feeling Very Tired After Eating
Some thoughts...: It can be common for people to get a bloated feeling after eating- especially with spicy, acidic or heavy foods, caffeine, and alcohol. Dairy products can do it as well (many of us get a little lactose intolerant as we age). Try to see if there's any relationship with the foods you eat, and if not, try to check in with your doctor about it! ...Read more
When: You eaf, a signal goes to the brain. As the signals crescendo as you fill the stomach a center in the brain tells you that you have had enough. If your diet contains a lot of "junk" (especially sweets) the brain becomes more sensitive to all input signals. Thus the "jittery" feeling is a result of the input signal from the stomach. Sounds whacky? I've seen it all too often in this day and age. ...Read more
Nauseous after almost everything i eat, especially after fatty foods. Have gas, feel tired, bloated, painful spasms & full after eating very litte. Ibs?
Too general: Your symptoms are too general to even guess at what's going on. Please see a doctor ...Read more
Very uneasy feeling in stomach, endless hunger when started taking olanzapine. can't help eating and feeling very sick afterward.how can I manage it?
Medication changes: Olanzapine may cause weight gain. If you are not tolerating very well, you can always to ask for changes of dose which may improve above symptoms or switch to different kind of medication if the medication doesn't give you clinical benefit. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That is not: surprising, we are what we eat, so the healthier you treat your body and fill your stomach the better you will feel ...Read more
31 weeks pregnant and having dizzy spells, blurry vision, clammy and cold hands and feet, feeling weak and very bloated just right after eating.
Contact OB: Pregnancy complicates decision making for most symptoms as the implications can be more serious. If these are completely new symptoms your OB may want you to be be seen to evaluate for blood pressure, infection or other possible issues. Speak with them today for guidance on appropriate course of action. ...Read more
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
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
Woke up severely nauseated, feeling faint, pressure at pit of stomach, flushed, gagging, burping tuna taste that I never eat, feeling bloated, tired?
Should pass: Probably related to some component of the food including preformed toxin or some inflammatory condition (viral/ bacterial), all tagged under either food poisoning or gastroenteritis. This should pass, avoid dairy for a couple of days, drink water, liquids, dry toast etc, give it about 24 - 48 hrs, should improve. Unlikely will take longer, you may have an associated diarrhea as well in this case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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
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