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Why Do I Go To Sleep After A Meal

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please,join our community todayto contribute and support the site. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. Some times after I eat meals depending on what I eat I'll be sitting at home or even at the doctors office with my daughter and I'll fall asleep. My kids say mom are you asleep? I am I can't explain it. I'm sure It's because my diet is a little carb high that meal. Yeah, probably the carbs. And in my experience, if I am sleepy after a meal, I am high as a kite. You should test your blood sugars to confirm your suspicions, it's about the only way to really be sure. She didn't say she had the shakes real bad. Yeah, it would be good to test your bG before you eat and then 2 hours afterward. Sometimes, too, even if your bG is not too high after a meal, it still may make you sleepy if it has moved up a lot from your pre-meal bG. On a different line of thought, do you snore? Do you feel sleepy whenever you sit down and get still...or watch TV...or stop at an extended traffic light? It only happens when I eat a big meal and a carb high meal. My bg will be 108 bf i eat and it will be in the 200's sometimes after Continue reading >>

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  1. nmchica1

    Extremely sleepy after meals. What could it be?

    Hello,
    I have noticed that when I eat, I go from being alert, awake, able to think/function....to extremely tired (can barely keep my eyes open or function), foggy, can't focus or concentrate, and mildly depressed......it's so drastic, it's like a switch goes off. The only exceptions seem to be eggs and fruit (I do not eat meat). I will purposely avoid breakfast in the mornings b/c it just ruins the rest of the day. I only recently realized this may not be normal and am wondering what is wrong.
    I've found articles online about glucose intolerance which seems to fit, however, I am under the impression that you must be overweight or even obese to have this condition. I am very thin and both my parents are very thin. My grandmother has diabetes and was very thin when she was young as well, but is now overweight.
    Is obesity a necessity to be diagnosed with this condition and if so, what else could possibly be going on? It's very incapacitating....
    Thanks in advance for any advice!

  2. phototaker

    Hello, NMchica1! I think you are wise to be concerned, since you have diabetes in your family.
    Yes, you can be thin and have diabetes. We have people on this blog who were thin when diagnosed. Some of your symptoms reminded me of myself when my blood sugars were higher, especially after eating a high carb meal.
    I suggest you go to see a doctor and have a fasting blood glucose taken. You can also ask for an A1C, too. They usually do this after two fasting blood glucose tests. Be sure to mention that your grandmother is diabetic and was thin when diagnosed.
    Call the doctor tomorrow and make an appt. If it's not diabetes, it might be something else, thyroid, etc.
    Good luck and let us know what the doctor says.

  3. krhudson

    hi mnchica, I agree with Photo. Go see the Dr. and tell him/her about the family history of Diabetes and that you get extreemly tired after meals. The first Lab will be a fasting blood sugar and you could request and see if they will give you the A1C which gives a 90 day average of your blood sugars.
    Obesity does not have to exist to be type 1 or 2 Diabetic.
    Very important to get an appointment. Not sure what you do for excersise but if you do lean Diabetic sometimes just excersise and getting off white fluffy carbs and go to baby red potatoes and veggies, nuts and Low sugar yogart will do the trick and of course salad is real good. Limit the fruit a little since some of that will spike blood sugars. Try to get some form of protein in the diet to offset and work with the carbs as you metabolize food and control your portions.
    Add a veggie sausage by morning star for breakfast and go light on oj.
    Let us know what happens.
    krhudson

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http://serious-fitness-programs.com/w... Follow Us On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSeriousfi... If you're getting enough sleep and you frequently ask yourself, "Why am I so tired?, there are actually many culprits that can cause this tired feeling. In this short video, we are going to explore the most common causes of fatigue in brief as well as give you some tips to regain your energy. One potential yet common cause is that your iron-levels are low. It doesnt matter if you sleep long enough, if your iron levels are low, chances are, you will still feel tired regardless. Low iron is specially common in pregnant and women on their periods as well as in vegans who go through extremes or those who follow a salad based diet. Raising your iron levels takes time for proper absorption but you can fix this by consuming red meat, liver, or poultry and if you a vegan, spinach, tofu, seeds, and lentils are good plant sources. Many people also resort in energy-drinks to counteract for the lack of energy they feel throughout the day. However, even this may work in providing an energy boost quickly, in a few hours youll most probably experience that infamous energy crash due to the high

Why Eating Makes You Tired

Because there's nothing worse than ending the day in an uncomfortable food coma. Feeling a little tired after eating a heavy meal is perfectly normal. However, if you feel like having a nap after most meals there could be some underlying health problem that needs addressing. When we feel overly tired after eating, it can be related to eating processed foods that contain high levels of sugar and refined carbohydrates. Eating these types of foods causes a rise in blood sugar levels, followed by a drop, which results in low energy levels. Excessive secretion of insulin, which is the body's way of trying to balance blood sugar levels, causes tryptophan to move into the brain, where it is metabolised into serotonin and melatonin. These neurotransmitters have a calming effect and help regulate sleep. To help balance blood sugar and insulin levels, choose natural foods that are high in fibre and protein such as wholegrains, legumes and nuts. Other reasons for feeling tired after eating might be related to food allergies or intolerances, which are usually associated with digestive problems such as bloating, indigestion, wind, constipation or diarrhoea. If you suspect you are allergic or i Continue reading >>

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  1. kiwi777

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    whenever i eat bread, mashed potatoes i go to sleep within 10 15 min…i feel real tired…what is that?

  2. MrsCDogg

    At my house we just call it the "Carb coma"..lol. It's why a lot of folks call starchy stuff comfort food. It makes them sleepy.

  3. berrykins0

    i get tired if i don't eat on time.i can tell i need carbs

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    I'm surprised that they didn't address that eating too many carbs for someone who can't handle that many carbs causes one to feel very drowsy and fall asleep.
    That's what will trigger a daytime nap for me....too many carbs and I'm out....way too many and I was out way too long....
    that rarely if ever happens now....but in the past, it did happen after a meal that was larger (and with more carbs) than my normal.
    Carbs = Sleep for me...and I suspect for other unknowing people who aren't processing their carbs well.

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    I'm surprised that they didn't address that eating too many carbs for someone who can't handle that many carbs causes one to feel very drowsy and fall asleep.
    That's what will trigger a daytime nap for me....too many carbs and I'm out....way too many and I was out way too long....
    that rarely if ever happens now....but in the past, it did happen after a meal that was larger (and with more carbs) than my normal.
    Carbs = Sleep for me...and I suspect for other unknowing people who aren't processing their carbs well.
    A long time ago, before I was diagnosed, I noticed food could induce sleep. I used it to help me get to sleep. Now I know that was NOT a good idea.

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