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What is postprandial syndrome?

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Dr. Alvin Mathew
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In brief: Postprandial syndr.

It describe a group of patients with symptoms suggestive of increased sympathetic activity (anxiety, weakness, tremor, perspiration, or palpitations) occurring after meals.
The cause might be having too much Insulin release in reaction to a particular food eaten. Treatment is to find the direct cause or the direct foods and avoid it.

In brief: Postprandial syndr.

It describe a group of patients with symptoms suggestive of increased sympathetic activity (anxiety, weakness, tremor, perspiration, or palpitations) occurring after meals.
The cause might be having too much Insulin release in reaction to a particular food eaten. Treatment is to find the direct cause or the direct foods and avoid it.
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