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If this food/: Beverage choices are causing you to feel ill, then please listen to your body. That means, don't ingest them. ...Read more
Was on wellbutrinxl150 for a month, stopped for 1.5 weeks, felt spaced out so took again for 2 days, now hwart racing and still a bit spacey.
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What was your initial response to Wellbutrin (bupropion) XL? Why did you stop? How did you do the 1.5 weeks you were off Wellbutrin (bupropion) XL? When did you start feeling "spaced out"? Any other symptoms? Are you on any other medications?
Please provide more information and resubmit your question. ...Read more
Watched a racing video game cars bumping into each other. Later that night and ever since floor feels bouncy only when I stand up. Video games or not?
Potentially: The carbonic acid can contribute to caries, mineral depletion & dehydration. Increased caffeine in some sodas can ^ anxiety in people w anxiety disorders. If it contains artificial sweeteners & is used daily, this is linked to a 3fold ^ in dementia & stroke. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It Varies: Racing heartbeats, or palpitations, may come from a wide variety of conditions. Premature atrial (pacs) or ventricular contractions (pvcs) are common. Supraventricular tachycardia, atrial fibrillation/flutter, ventricular tachycardia all can cause a rapid pulse. Sometimes just the normal rhythm going faster than normal may cause a sensation of palpitations. ...Read more
Diaganosis first: Chorea is actually a symptom. First, you need to figure out what is causing your chorea. A visit to a neurologist would be prudent. Common causes include genetic disease such as huntington's disease or secondary to a streptococcal infection + fever. Better to evaluate the underlying cause first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CHOREA: A term that is used to refer to rapid, jerky, involuntary movements of the limbs or face that characterize several different disorders of the nervous system, including chorea of pregnancy and huntington's chorea (associated to dementia) as well as sydenham's chorea (associated to rheumatic fever).. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Everything but water:
There's mounting evidence that diet drinks mess with the body's ability to tell real sweet from fake sweet, so Insulin rises, blood sugar drops, then appetite increases. Then all the coloring is not natural. Then the phosphorous that makes the carbonation leaches calcium from your bones & it's acidic in the stomach
water & breast milk are the only 2 things we were originally designed to drink. ...Read more
Probably not, unless: You are a very young child with pku and can't metabolize phenylalanine, or you have an unusual sensitivity to artificial sweeteners, or you are drinking many sodas a day because you are sleep deprived. A search of pubmed did not turn up any evidence of memory loss from diet sodas. There are many rumors to the contrary, but most are unsupported. ...Read more