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... I would investigate blood sugar levels. It is quite common for people to feel tired after eating due to variations in blood sugar levels and insulin secretion. ... (3 replies)
... I guess my blood work is o.k. because my doctor is worried I get tired after eating because my heart is put on a strain - overworking. She wants me to get a stress test. (8 replies)
... I used to get extreme tiredness after eating. After much trial and error and observation I worked out that it was caused by tmj disorder. ... (8 replies)

... teaspoons a day, no more than that. After a few days I became very tired, I also couldn't think good, my brain was very very slow in thinking. ... (1 replies)
... after eating as well. ... (8 replies)
... increasing your intake of raw food is could be helpful. when you consume cooked food there is actually an immune system response (analysis of the blood shows the immune system in a state of emergency). with the body actually viewing the food as a foreign invader. this saps your energy as the body sees fighting off the deemed invader are more important avenue for energy useage.... (16 replies)
... I feel so tired and sleepy after I eat. I have type 2 diabetes and I have not been checking my sugar levels because I misplaced my meter. ... (1 replies)
... That is a good question. The first thing a DR will do is run a test to see if your sugar level is too high or too low. I also go through that and it does not matter what I eat I still get right down tired. I can have all the energy in the world but once I eat something I am down for the count, drained of all energy and can not function for anything all I want to do is... (3 replies)
... and dairy, and if you do they can have a big effect on how you feel after eating them. ... (8 replies)
... Three years ago I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism after being misdiagnosed for twenty eight years. I cannot express how sick I was. There are no words to describe it. ... (3 replies)
... meal, and be extremely tired seconds after I finish. And not like a "i didn't have a good sleep, i need some coffee" kind of tired, I mean TIRED. I feel like I swallowed a bottle of sleeping pills. ... (3 replies)
... Hello im 21 years old and sometimes i feel like that also i get dizzy and feel like passing out ive lost wait before and i gain wait i eat right im not much on soda either i dont have much energy to do anything i get sleepy to easy i can barly hold my eyes open sometimes and then it just get to the poin where sometimes i cant sleep i just go to thiking about stuff that is wron... (7 replies)
... This is becoming more and more of a problem lately. I would like to get through doing work easier but after about 20 minutes I'm just too tired to concentrate. Just the feeling of being tired all the time is annoying. ... (7 replies)
... I recovered after a few days. ... (3 replies)
... Sounds like your sick and tired of being sick and tired, the first thing you need to do and do it now is get tests done, if you haven't already get these tests done. ... (12 replies)
... Its probably a cortisol deficiency. Cortisol regulates immune function, blood glucose and blood pressure. When you eat, insulin is released that drops blood sugar. Cortisol should also be released, increasing blood sugar. If this doesn't happen efficiently, your blood sugar will drop making you feel tired. Secondly, cortisol effects thyroid metabolism. When cortisol... (3 replies)
... Hi My son has Type 1 Diabetes so I have read up a lot on this. It is very important that you keep your blood sugars under control to avoid future complications. Tiredness and thirst are some short term complications of high blood sugars. You should get yourself a new meter - they are not very expensive and also arrange that checkup to get some test, some advice and... (1 replies)
... s system, is activated to help in the digestion. This usually results in depressed energy levels and even fatigue. So it is normal to expect some fatigue from eating food. If you think you have too much fatigue, you may want to see a doctor. ... (8 replies)
... I think I know why, basically your digestive system is weak....Not trying to be mean it's that way for a lot of people. I had it for a long time. Let me explain what's going on. You put food in your mouth, you chew and your saliva (amylase enzyme (pancrease)) along with the enzymes in the foods you eat (if any in them) breaks down the food. Then the food moves down to... (8 replies)
... hi lucian.i found your post very interesting as i've had a similar problem.When was working i ate next to nothing for lunch because i just wanted to sleep afterwards and not move basically.The same thing started to happen at afavourte restaurant and i thought it was something 'in' the food so stopped going.What i think the problem might be as time has gone on is what i call... (1 replies)

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