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Dizzy and fatigued after meals
Why do i feel dizzy and fatigued after meals ??????? How should I avoid being dizzy , having headache after mealss
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It's okay to feel dizzy and fatigue after meals, need not to worry... You can Take lesser amount of food each time with increase frequency.
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Test for Diabetes
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Consult Diabetologist
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Avoid high calorie foods
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Please check your BMI, avoid eating fast food and oily food, stay hydrated and check your daily water intake. If you are obese please try doing some workouts to reduce the weight.
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BMI and daily exercise
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If you are not getting corrected by the above, please consult a neurologist.
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Better to have small meals and avoid eating spicy and hot food
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u can drink water 1 hour before meals
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Check your sugar levels. Fasting and HbA1c and connect for better diagnosis
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Connect further for diagnosis
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Because after meals portal blood circulation increased and blood circulation to brain decreased
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I am sorry to hear about your concern but will be happy to assist you. It maybe normal after heavy You should avoid heavy meal or binge eating you should take small meals more Drink plenty of water
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Let's connect over a call so that we can discuss your concern in details and make a treatment plan for you. 
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Small frequent meals instead of heavy meal. Drink sufficient water.
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I understand your concern . Need some investigation to rule out kindly consult for proper medication and advice
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Your symptoms could be due to postprandial hypotension or hypoglycemia.To avoid dizziness drink plenty of water before meals ,have frequent low carbohydrate food ,include whole grain , vegetables and fruits
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Consult on practo
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Kindly book a proper consultation for better evaluation and treatment.
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According to your query and sign and symptom you want to know about the disease and cause and it's best Treatment as you have mentioned as above . Please take consultation for better evaluation and best Treatment as it need complete history of patient as personal and family history. Please follow any medicine or advise after consultation only from a good doctor. Please follow good life style as • take plenty of fluid and • take less spicy and fatty foods and • take home made food only and do exercise regularly with yoga and meditation  and please keep positive  attitude to fight any disease and any problem of your life.
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Take 8-10 glasses of water Take lots of green vegetables fruits in diet Daily brisk walking for 30 min Yoga breathing exercises Do the above for 2 weeks
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Do the above for 2 weeks if not better than get lab work check Hb , Vit D , Vit B 12
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Need more information about you and your family. History of Diabetes and Migraine is needed. Your problem may be related with post meal hyperglycaemic dizziness and vasoactive amine triggered headache. Come up with more information. Consult with above required information.
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Not uncommon especially in summer season
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Consultation for detailed discussion is advisable
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Well, as a general advise considering you have no comorbidities feeling lazy is normal feeling sleepy is normal. However, i would be interested in knowing how you define feeling dizzy? I can help, please consult.
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its quite normal to feel dizzy or sleepy after heavy meal,
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Avoid having food in large quantities, better split your menu and have them at least 15-30 mins apart
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Avoid heavy meals Avoid fried food and spicy food Water intake more Tsh Do connect and consult with video call Will help you
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Connect please
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It can cause gastric discomfort and can cause liver injury. Kindly connect for further discussion and solution.
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Avoid having large meals Check bp. If low take plenty of fluids Make sure no ear pain ...get ent checkup if so Plenty of fluids Adequate rest Hb, vit d , vit b12 tests
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Avoid having large meals. Go for small frequent meals.Avoid oily food.Have enough water
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