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Heat After Meal
Pumpfs after heat/sweating (shower, meals, exercising). Diagnosis of cholinergic orticary. Why my IgE= 700 (range 0-87) if this isn't an allergy?
Urticaria from sweat: The stimulus of acetylcholine, from exercise or elevated environmental temperature, hot food, sauna baths, immersion in hot water, taste stimuli, emotional stress, or even hemodialysis, leads to sweating & can cause histamine (H2) release in people with cholinergic urticaria. H2 release affects mast cells, which release IgE. It doesn't have to be an allergy to trigger mast cells. It can be sweat. ...Read more
My hairloss is getting severe. Its more severe at the frontal. I'm only 17?? omg... and I don't do heat damage to my hair. I don't skip meals eiter. Why
Ivebeen tested and not diabetic, but I keep getting dizzy/faint if I don't snack between meals, during exercise, or in the heat. Any suggestions why?
Low BS reaction: You are probably having reactive Hypoglycemia, especially if your snacks between meals are sugar loaded. Your body will secrete Insulin to take care of the carbs you ate, but usually overshoot and lower your BS too much snd you wi feel dizzy snd light headed and the cycle goes on. Limit your sugar intake snd make your snacks proteins or complex carbs. ...Read more
Why does being outside in the heat or if I sweat at night seem to make my irregular heart beat worse. Also if I miss a meal?
Migraine/pain/neurology specialists. Aside from stress reduction, hydration, stay out heat/sun, no skip meal. What can be done tohelp prevent migraine?
Mind-body connect: Migraine is the body defense when stressed. Learn the triggers and learn the stress reduction, but also learn that migraine may not be bad. Learn quick methods to get through migraine and to get on with life. Some medications may help - especially with sleep, and now antidepressants and antiseizure medications can be used at low dose to decrease the probability of getting migraine. ...Read more
Accelerating water retention, bigger during heat and before period. Whole body involved (except eyes).Bloating after every meal. Kidneys, liver, heart o.k.
Here are some. ..: Your condition is way beyond online inquiry can help. Instead, you need a PCP to coach and work with you for an extensive lifestyle adoption and adaption by practicing low-risk healthy lifestyle without overindulgence/obsession. But, based on available scenario, I'm afraid that such advice may offend you because it is not what you like to hear. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Most everything in moderation. Fruits are part of a healthy diet. If they take the place of more "conventional" desserts, more power to you. Again, you just need to be aware of not overdoing it. Even healthy food, in too large a portion, is not good for you, as it can readily cause weight gain. ...Read more
Break routine: Finishing your meal with a naturally sweet food, like a fruit may help. Many after meal cravings can be curbed by doing something different than your usual after meal routine. In other words, if you normally follow your meal with dessert, get up from the table and change your environment-get out of the kitchen, take a walk. Without the typical cues, you'll find your cravings decrease. ...Read more
Both OK but...: It may not make much difference. I read some of the many research studies on Liv 52; they mention the dose but none say if it was taken with or without food; if it was important they should have mentioned it. Their website also doesn't say when to take so probably not important. Most herbs are better absorbed on empty stomach so I advise taking 30-60 min. Before meals but should be fine after too. ...Read more
OBVIOUSLY not: You have ibs. When food goes into the stomach it automatically notifies the computer in the lower brain. When this is normal it may well make a bathroom visit essential. When this becomes over sensitive it instructs the intestine to undergo peristalsis (wave like contractions) that can become violent. Commonest cause of ibs is lousy diet, particularly sugar and sweeteners. ...Read more
Before: The volume and bulk of a salad will give you the sense that you are full, while not giving you the calories. Lettuce, celery, cucumber, etc are all very low in calories -- but: no salad dressing! ...Read more
30 mins apart: Ideally an hour before or 2 hours after ...Read more
I have 96 mg level on fasting and 126 mg level after meal. Do I should be cautious for diabetic in future?
The half hour or hour after meal bg test of more than 140. 2 hous after meal bg test is below 120. Does it harm the body?
Blood glucose levels: Your blood glucose appears to be controlled. To see how well controlled, ask your doctor to order a hemoglobin a1c level to see how well you controlled your diabetes for the past 3 months. If it is < 7, you have good control of your glucose. This level, indicates that you will have less diabetic complications than if it were >7. ...Read more
Is it wrong taking fruits right after meal? What is best time to take fruits? Is it more beneficial taking fruits between meals?
Right time: Anytime is fineGet a more detailed answer ›
I have a diabetes iam 26 year old my fasting is 136 and after meal it's 160 some time 180 iam not having medication is it any problem to be without?
Possibly: Fasting blood sugars of 136 mg/dl are fairly elevated. It would be a good idea to review your sugars with your physician. For type 2 diabetes sometimes patients start with metformin which helps to lower fasting blood sugar. For patients who won't take oral medication or who have been unsuccessful with it, sometimes basal Insulin is helpful. ...Read more
Not with food: Either before or after -- but there is only about 40-50% absorption from the gastrointestinal tract -- therefore, taking food actually decreases the aborption even further. ...Read more
Diabetes Control: Fasting under 100 is normal, treated under 120 is pretty good, over 140 not so good. 2 hours after meals normal is 140 to 150 and good control is the same, add 10-20 or so. Many people manage looser but I try to get better control without risking low blood sugars which can be very bad so be careful and work with your doctor closely. ...Read more
Yes: Probiotics used in moderation are goodGet a more detailed answer ›
No: Eat a balanced diet. You should not have a problem due to drinking tea following a meal. If you are concerned anyway, you can weaken the tea a bit or drink water for the first 45 min after eating. Most of the food will be out of stomach by then and separated from the tea by time and distance. ...Read more
Non diabetic? Dr took glucose 1 hr after meal it was 167 he said too high I read up to 180 so which is correct
Normal blood sugar: No need to check 1-hour post-meal blood sugar, even so, both are normal. Two meters can't be compared to each other for accuracy. The very best way to determine if a glucometer is accurate is to use the same blood sample in the lab and glucometer concomitantly. Glucometer blood sugar compared with lab blood sugar will determine accuracy of glucometer. ...Read more
Normally for prescription stated 3 times a day after meal. Does that means 4 hourly or 8 hourly for the interval?
Ask Prescriber: Generally, 3 times a day means an 8 hour interval. However, if the medication is known to irritate the stomach, you may be told to take it 3 times a day with a meal meaning that you take it when you eat. Without knowing the medication, it is hard to advise you. You need to call the provider that prescribed the medication to get clarification. ...Read more
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