Nausea and headache after eating sweets…Details!!!?
After I eat sweets I noticed I get really nauseated and a headache. I read that its a sign of hypoglycemia or diabetes. I usually get a really bad headache each day and it takes a couple of hours to get it to go away… please don’t say anything rude, I’m changing my diet and exercising and I already know its probably because of that. Right now though I have a headache and I feel like puking, is there anything I can do to help right now???

Answer by syl c.
Without the sweet treat, one may feel tired, light-headed or confused. There may be shaking or weakness that is relieved in a few minutes by eating something sweet.

More extreme symptoms include shaking or tremors, severe headaches, nausea or even vomiting. All this can be part of sugar addiction.

Sugar addiction is probably the most important and widespread type of addiction on planet earth today, and getting worse by the day. It affects many children, especially teenagers, whose lives are chaotic and eating habits poor. It affects millions of adults, who just let it slide because it is so socially acceptable.

However, it leads directly to a host of ailments, from obesity to metabolic syndrome or Syndrome X , and finally often to hypoglycemia and diabetes.

Let go of all habits that feed the sugar habit. This is the hardest one of all. We mean by this that you will discover many minor tendencies that contribute to the sugar addiction. It is this way with all major addictions.

You may want sugar when angry, for instance. Others may want sugar when they have skipped a good meal, or when tired and really need to lay down for even 15 minutes.

Try to identify when you want sugar, and what you have done to upset your body chemistry that makes the craving all the more intense. This is a task for a lifetime, but you can make fast progress easily if you will pay attention to it. By meditating every day and taking a relaxed walk each day.

Until the problem is corrected, be sure to eat a small meal or good-sized snack every 3 hours or even more often if needed. This will help keep your blood sugar constant and will therefore reduce sweet cravings. It is not a complete solution, but it can go a long way to avoiding hypoglycemic episodes that lead to sweet cravings.

Hope this helps.

Answer by kitten lady
u can feel like that if u have ketones symptoms for Diabetes

exhausting
headaches, back pain, aching muscles, and stomach pain
Excessive thirst and appetite
Increased urination (sometimes as often as every hour)
Unusual weight loss or gain
Fatigue
Nausea, perhaps vomiting
Blurred vision
In women, frequent vaginal infections
In men and women, yeast infections
Dry mouth
Slow-healing sores or cuts
Itching skin, especially in the groin or vaginal

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