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Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
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Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
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It's happening seriously often. I already have problems with digestion/nutrient absorption. After a good night's sleep I fell asleep after breakfast and slept til 3 this afternoon! I think it was the pancake syrup?

I need to go to the doctor. What should I know and what should I ask?
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Luvapottamus
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08-27-2011 04:11 AM

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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
Up the protein and fat first.

Doctor will want to prescribe something that makes it worse or causes something worse.


Falling asleep after eating is a sign of type II diabetes (hypoglycemia)

Cut down on the refined sugars and grains and starches.

Whole grains only. Popcorn is a whole grain, so it's not that big a deal.

"wheat" bread is fakery usually. If you don't have to chew it, don't eat it.

Also could be a sign of sleep apnea, but if you are overweight, follow the same advice,
and start exercising. This can simply be work. Concentrate on form, not rigor.

If it has an ingredients list, avoid eating it.

Back later with more....
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SmartestOne
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08-27-2011 04:12 AM

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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
Postprandial drowsiness can also be a sign of a sluggish liver.

Sooo, you kicked out the Church, and what did you get!? The Jews and the cryptoJews, which are 1000X worse!

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1st law passed after commies seized power in Russia made antisemitism a crime punishable by death. Izvestia, 7/27/18
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miow
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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
it can mean some really weird dreams......

malo malo malo malo, wouldn't you?
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Womam-nli
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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
Hypothyroidism ....heart blockage...also suspect.


Do you have really dry itchy skin op...?
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08-27-2011 04:20 AM

 



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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-27-2011 04:06 AM)
It's happening seriously often. I already have problems with digestion/nutrient absorption. After a good night's sleep I fell asleep after breakfast and slept til 3 this afternoon! I think it was the pancake syrup?

I need to go to the doctor. What should I know and what should I ask?

That is a long time to be asleap for--maybe you were in some kind of coma.....(why eat sugar anyway--it's not good for you)
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08-27-2011 04:24 AM

 



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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
Liver maybe working OT - gall bladder taken out a few years ago. Dry itchy skin about a decade ago - it was an early onset sign of heavy metal poisoning, which probably did the gall bladder damage. I crave protein, can't eat enough meat, nutrient absorption problems serious - the hairdresser won't color my hair now says there's no protein in my newest hair even though I'm almost totally eating meat for all meals - and falling asleep. Blood pressure good - low range is my normal. Not overweight at all. Zero energy most of the time, and that sucks for me.

I don't want to go on the meds merry go round. Most meds I react badly to, always have. The doctors did that with my digestive problems and it was horrible both times. They didn't have anything so they tried out stupid shit - like giving me high blood pressure medication for the bile problems because a side effect of it 'could' help. It didn't, duh.

I know they'll screw with me cuz they'll just be guessing. Don't want to be their guinea pig!!!

I already cut out coffee to one cup a day with 1 tsp of sugar. I know I should cut out the mountain dew but it's the only way I can get any energy at all since I can't get it from food. Vitamins don't help at all.
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Dee A. Beeteez
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08-27-2011 04:25 AM

 



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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
Bullshit.

Some people go to sleep after eating by choice, Especially in tribal communities where food is sparce. It helps to retain the meal.

Diabetes is bullshit. Traditional chinese medicine, south american herbology, ayurvedic healing can get rid of diabetes with EASE.

Its just a big mock up to get people hooked on insulin, so they could go back to their junkie dealer and pay more money to get more. IMO
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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-27-2011 04:20 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-27-2011 04:06 AM)
It's happening seriously often. I already have problems with digestion/nutrient absorption. After a good night's sleep I fell asleep after breakfast and slept til 3 this afternoon! I think it was the pancake syrup?

I need to go to the doctor. What should I know and what should I ask?

That is a long time to be asleap for--maybe you were in some kind of coma.....(why eat sugar anyway--it's not good for you)

Not an actual coma no; my kids said I was talking to them in my sleep when they'd talk to me.
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Vlad
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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
I need some of that!, I sleep 20min at a time if lucky, but then I manage 10min, 5 min, I find it ok in a manic weird way.

I do consume huge amounts of sugar in a normal day though, 3000-5000+ kcls Jptdknpa
50% fruit though, rest is alko/food, yes ! I´m gonna be nice 2 my body finallyHugs
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08-27-2011 04:27 AM

 



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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-27-2011 04:24 AM)
Liver maybe working OT - gall bladder taken out a few years ago. Dry itchy skin about a decade ago - it was an early onset sign of heavy metal poisoning, which probably did the gall bladder damage. I crave protein, can't eat enough meat, nutrient absorption problems serious - the hairdresser won't color my hair now says there's no protein in my newest hair even though I'm almost totally eating meat for all meals - and falling asleep. Blood pressure good - low range is my normal. Not overweight at all. Zero energy most of the time, and that sucks for me.

I don't want to go on the meds merry go round. Most meds I react badly to, always have. The doctors did that with my digestive problems and it was horrible both times. They didn't have anything so they tried out stupid shit - like giving me high blood pressure medication for the bile problems because a side effect of it 'could' help. It didn't, duh.

I know they'll screw with me cuz they'll just be guessing. Don't want to be their guinea pig!!!

I already cut out coffee to one cup a day with 1 tsp of sugar. I know I should cut out the mountain dew but it's the only way I can get any energy at all since I can't get it from food. Vitamins don't help at all.

Maybe try Protease (like from GNC) with your meals.

Also, try whey protien and raw eggs blended into milk, both of which are very bio avaible.

http://www.enzymeessentials.com/HTML/protease.html

http://www.designerwhey.com/
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Vlad
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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
No no, needed to rethink that!, 5000+ upwards Tissue
Only comfort is I´m healthy if my Doc is right, scary, so I stop it next month wile the game is ok.Cheer
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Luvapottamus
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08-27-2011 04:29 AM

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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
No:

Aspartame
and the umpteen other names for it.

No:

MSG
and the umpteen other names for it

No:
Trans-fats
Hydrogenated oils

No fizzy drinks.

And watch this:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=...4205235281

If you snore, you might have sleep apnea, but overweight makes that worse.

I'm not qualified to give medical advice, but I can link you some experts who have good general info.

If you run straight to a doctor, they can run lots of tests, but if your diet sucks, the test results are going to come back bad, and most doctors don't believe patients will make lifestyle changes, so they prescribe toxic drugs instead.

Also, what you eat the day of the tests will effect the tests. Don't have an ice cream breakfast.

My mom was on America's team for international triathalons and marathons. She's in her sixties, and she quit competing because she broke her shoulder in a bicycle accident. But while she was in peak shape, her doctors diagnosed her with high cholesterol(which is a symptom of cardiovascular disease, not a cause of it)

But she ate ice cream before she took the blood test.

So if you go, eat a sensible meal first. Hours before you go, not right before.

And pancakes and syrup is not food.

Read us the label on the syrup.(Type it out.)
Same for the pancake mix.

Soda pop will give you a "fatty liver."

It did to me.

But I fixed that.
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08-27-2011 04:38 AM

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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-27-2011 04:06 AM)
It's happening seriously often. I already have problems with digestion/nutrient absorption. After a good night's sleep I fell asleep after breakfast and slept til 3 this afternoon! I think it was the pancake syrup?

I need to go to the doctor. What should I know and what should I ask?

Could be a lack of nutrition. I'd slam down a multivitamin supplement to go with the meal for a week to be sure. That would be my move.Anon

"A bad teacher is forerunner to any technology for fools". The Trawl.
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LoP Guest
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08-27-2011 04:42 AM

 



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RE: Does falling asleep after eating mean diabetes?
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-27-2011 04:29 AM)
No:

Aspartame
and the umpteen other names for it.

No:

MSG
and the umpteen other names for it

No:
Trans-fats
Hydrogenated oils

No fizzy drinks.

And watch this:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=...4205235281

If you snore, you might have sleep apnea, but overweight makes that worse.

I'm not qualified to give medical advice, but I can link you some experts who have good general info.

If you run straight to a doctor, they can run lots of tests, but if your diet sucks, the test results are going to come back bad, and most doctors don't believe patients will make lifestyle changes, so they prescribe toxic drugs instead.

Also, what you eat the day of the tests will effect the tests. Don't have an ice cream breakfast.

My mom was on America's team for international triathalons and marathons. She's in her sixties, and she quit competing because she broke her shoulder in a bicycle accident. But while she was in peak shape, her doctors diagnosed her with high cholesterol(which is a symptom of cardiovascular disease, not a cause of it)

But she ate ice cream before she took the blood test.

So if you go, eat a sensible meal first. Hours before you go, not right before.

And pancakes and syrup is not food.

Read us the label on the syrup.(Type it out.)
Same for the pancake mix.

Soda pop will give you a "fatty liver."

It did to me.

But I fixed that.

Thanks! Reading up on some of the things you said so I fully understand - like trans fats - don't have a clue lol.

It would be great to make the correct dietary changes immediately and not go to the dr at all.

Do you know if there's a name for the kind of diet I would need to be on? Or have a link to it?
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