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Why Do I Sweat When I Eat Raspberries
Fucose+ bacteria: Beans basic make up includes a sugar called fucose which humans don't digest. The background bacteria in your gut will digest it & convert it to gas in the process. The same process occurs to people who are lactose intolerant, as the bacteria convert that sugar to gas & cause bloating & cramps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Consider allergy?: Perhaps there can be some type of allergy you have with eggs? My suggestion would be to keep a food diary of everything you eat along with how you feel after those meals. See if there is a correlation with eggs and your symptoms of diarrhea. You may find it could be something else you are eating as well! ...Read more
It's a nerve reflex: Not necessarily an allergy. The trigeminal nerve has 3 branches - opthalmic, for the eyes. The maxillary branch, which helps regulate sneezes, ; the mandibular branch, which regulates the mouth. Some people have links between the branches. A common crossover is where bright light can trigger a sneeze. Less common is the chocolate one. I sympathize because it happens to me too! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nightshades: In some people, foods from the nightshade family (eggplant, tomatoes, potatoes [not yams or sweet potatoes, which come from other plant families], etc) are pro-inflammatory. They contain components which can irritate your digestive system, producing diarrhea. Also this can contribute to the junctions between cells lining your GI system becoming "leaky" and leading to additional problems. ...Read more
Depends: Hormone levels fluctuate throughout the day and can contribute to this, as can dream content, and simplest is room temperature vs your temperature. The body maintains its normal range (homeostasis) continuously, and if too many blankets or too hot a room, your body will sweat to cool itself. It could also be an indicator of fever and infection--so if applicable, see your dr. ...Read more
This is usually..: ...attributed to low blood sugar. Most people naturally eat frequently enough to avoid their blood sugar dropping too low causing hypoglycemia. It is very unusual that a person truly has something wrong with her pancreas and blood sugar metabolism. Most often, just remembering to eat something at least every 3 to 4 hours will do the trick. But if this doesn't help, see your doctor for testing:) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?Low Blood Sugar: Low blood sugar causes a lot of sweating. Also will make you feel weak, tremulous, palpitations, pass-out, coma and even death. Please Make sure you are not taking too much Insulin. Talk to your doctor as soon as possible so that he can review all your medications, and adjust your Insulin if need be. ...Read more
Allergic? Lonely?: I can imagine a range of emotional associations with narratives/story plots that could be sad - like missing a person you drank coffee with or a whole time in your life, or worrying that it's doing you physical harm. Also, there are folk with a caffeine allergy and one of the possible symptoms is depression. Think about where to start, but if you want to drink coffee see a therapist or allergist. ...Read more
Aspiration?: If eating or drinking provokes vigorous coughing then aspiration should be considered. There is a swallow evaluation that can be done to look for aspiration risk, and if proven then other strategies new to be pursued with a GI specialist and possibly a nutritionist. ...Read more
Swallowing air: It is likely that as a nervous habit, you swallow air and that causes burping. By itself it is not harmful. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. Get HPV vaccine ...Read more
Feeling hot: I do not believe anyone has studied this phenomenon with pickles, but it is possible that when you are hot, you lose salt in your sweat and pickles are high in salt, therefore, it is possible that your body's inclination to replace the salt makes you crave pickles. You may get different points of views from other physicians ...Read more
This: is called "early satiety" and is abnormal! Discuss with your PCP as soon as practicable Dr Z ...Read more
Gastric emptying?: Dietary fats (of which eggs are high in cholesterol) takes longer to empty from the stomach than proteins and carbohydrates (e.g. What you find in vegan diets). Your nausea may reflect this when eating fatty foods. Nausea is however a surprisingly multifactorial symptom that warrants medical evaluation if persistent after dietary modification. May also just be a food intolerance unique to you. ...Read more
Enzyme lack: You have a deficiency of alcohol dehydrogenase, the enzyme that metabolizes alcohol. Consequently, with you, a little alcohol "goes a long way." Since your body metabolizes alcohol much slower than "normal" people, your alcohol tolerance will be much less. Asians and American Indians are commonly deficient in this enzyme. ...Read more
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