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I’ve known that I probably have low blood sugar for a while; it runs in my family and – trust me – I get the symptoms of hypoglycemia when I go too long without eating or eat the wrong thing! But lately, due to pregnancy, it’s really been exacerbated. I knew I had a big problem when two cupcakes caused me to fall immediately asleep/pass out on the couch – talk about a sugar crash! Oh – and the headaches. The mood swings. The shakes. Ugh. My midwife and OBGYN are trying to figure out what’s up, but in the meantime, I’ve been instructed to eat more protein and less refined carbohydrates/processed sugar, eat a lot more regularly (every two hours), and drink a small glass of orange juice or take a spoonful of honey when I feel symptoms hit. It’s this weird balancing act with trying to get my blood sugars up without causing a crash later. I can do some fruit but not others. And some carbs but not others. And some of these foods, I can eat at certain times but not others. It’s actually all very confusing – and it’s doubly confusing because I’m a vegetarian so my protein options are kind of limited. I’d love for others with hypoglycemia to weigh in. I always le Continue reading >>

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  1. Lilliepop

    Hello. I think I have ask ask about this problem before but now it's much worst. I used to fall asleep after eating anything with sugar after about half an hour, now I am dropping off to sleep after eating anything and almost straight away. I just did it to day had some cottage cheese and ham and when I finished just went to sleep it's like almost passing out I was sitting up looking on my PC. It's horrible. Was wondering if anyone has this problem or what is making me do this?
    My husband used to think it funny but now he doesn't it's worrying. Also I have a slight headache when I come round like a bit of a hangover. I have one Dr saying I'm prediabetic and another one at the hospital saying I'm not.

  2. Squire Fulwood

    I do this all the time. Instead of feeling guilty I just go with it. The longest I sleep is half an hour but more often about ten minutes and then I pop up and feel well. Stop feeling guilty and divorce the husband.

  3. Lilliepop

    Yes but you feel good when you wake up I feel dreadful. Are you prediabetic? How long have you done this? And is it after eating anything say cheese for instance no carbs?

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Ask Leyla: Falling Asleep After A Meal?

Q: What is causing my husband to fall asleep two hours after a meal every day? He is 78 years old and in excellent health and takes no medication. A: There are many reasons a meal can induce sleepiness. Was it a big meal? Sometimes the sheer caloric load of a meal can weigh us down. Circulation is directed toward the abdomen for digestion and absorption. But this is the easy answer. Given when your husband falls asleep has me suspecting something else. Blood sugar increases after we eat. If it rises too high, as it would with insulin resistance or diabetes, it can cause sleepiness. The crash and burn of low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, can also induce a nap. I witness this several times a week in our patients undergoing five-hour glucose tolerance tests. Our nurses supply a pillow and blanket so they can be comfortable. The five-hour glucose tolerance test (GTT) is the only way to determine definitively if insulin resistance, diabetes or hypoglycemia exists. Normally, your doctor will only do a fasting blood glucose and hemoglobin A1c (HgbA1c). These are not enough. Also, as I’m writing this, the scientific literature is revealing that the HgbA1c test is less reliable than once Continue reading >>

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  1. Lilliepop

    Hello. I think I have ask ask about this problem before but now it's much worst. I used to fall asleep after eating anything with sugar after about half an hour, now I am dropping off to sleep after eating anything and almost straight away. I just did it to day had some cottage cheese and ham and when I finished just went to sleep it's like almost passing out I was sitting up looking on my PC. It's horrible. Was wondering if anyone has this problem or what is making me do this?
    My husband used to think it funny but now he doesn't it's worrying. Also I have a slight headache when I come round like a bit of a hangover. I have one Dr saying I'm prediabetic and another one at the hospital saying I'm not.

  2. Squire Fulwood

    I do this all the time. Instead of feeling guilty I just go with it. The longest I sleep is half an hour but more often about ten minutes and then I pop up and feel well. Stop feeling guilty and divorce the husband.

  3. Lilliepop

    Yes but you feel good when you wake up I feel dreadful. Are you prediabetic? How long have you done this? And is it after eating anything say cheese for instance no carbs?

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In this video series, Dr Hallberg goes over the underlying causes of type 2 diabetes, how to reverse type 2 diabetes through nutritional ketosis, and most importantly, what the research says. In this video, Dr. Hallberg explains the underlying causes of type 2 diabetes and chronically high blood sugar: carbohydrate intolerance driven by insulin resistance. Watch chapter 3 here: https://youtu.be/BuIUiTW6PSU Start the series from the beginning here: https://youtu.be/ESL3_7sdCwU Learn more at https://www.virtahealth.com/patients Read an evidence-based guide to reversing type 2 diabetes here: https://www.virtahealth.com/reversedi... Dr. Sarah Hallberg is a Medical Director at Virta Health, as well as the Medical Director of the Medically Supervised Weight Loss Program at Indiana University Health Arnett, a program that she created. She is board certified in Internal Medicine, Obesity Medicine, and Clinical Lipidology and also a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist from the ACSM. She also developed the non-surgical weight loss rotation for Indiana University School of Medicine where she is an adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine.

Carbohydrate Intolerance And Insulin Resistance

Carbohydrate intolerance and insulin resistance are terms often used interchangeably because they usually go hand-in-hand. Carbohydrate intolerance is when a person doesn’t tolerate carbohydrates very well, usually gluten containing products or simple sugars. They typically crave sugar but it may give them a headache, feeling of weakness, or make them irritable, edgy, unfocused, or angry. Insulin resistance is a term used to signify that the body’s cells have become resistant to the insulin produced by the pancreas resulting in a rise in blood sugar. In a normal person, about 40% of consumed carbohydrates are converted to fat. In a person with carbohydrate intolerance, that number increases to 50-60%. The excess insulin can cause blood sugar to drop too quickly, and then the adrenal glands must kick in to get the blood sugar back up. Not only will this cause more stress on the adrenal glands, but usually too much glucose is released, further causing the pancreas to produce more insulin. Around and around it goes. Eventually, the body must produce more insulin to metabolize the same amount of glucose. Carbohydrate intolerance is caused by a number of factors; some of the more co Continue reading >>

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