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Constant Dizzyness, Faint, Sick Feeling

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 3, 2009
  • 08:09 PM


Im a 20 year Old Student. I'll admit i dont have the best diet, infact its pretty terrible alot of saturated fat - chips, pizza ect. And I drink ALOT when i go out, as is the student life.

Ive started to Become really Ill. Feeling faint, oversleeping, Nausea, Insomnia, Numbness in my left arm. I constantly feel ill and Never healthy. Im constantly stressed or angry about things and never feel I can relax

Ive started going to the Gym and eating fruit when I can but it still isnt helping, Im to afraid to go to the Doctors just in case its somthing terrible

I know your all going ot attribute this to the Drink/ Bad diet. I've never ever been brought up on a Good diet as I was a fussy eater as a child, I really do not like vegatables, the only ones I can eat are Onions and Lettuce, I do like alot of Fruit and i do like Nuts

Please Im so worried about myself and I have no one to talk to about it because I dont want them to think im trying to attention seek or that im overreacting. I really need someone to help me diagnose what could be wrong with me and Help me with a diet plan that someone on a student budget like myself can afford and stick to

Thanks for your time


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  • "I think putting your favorite foods off limits leads to weight gain because it triggers 'rebound' overeating," says Sass. Instead of cutting out your favorite foods altogether, be a slim shopper. Buy one fresh bakery cookie instead of a box, or a small portion of candy from the bulk bins instead of a whole bag.________________
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  • maybe thyroid or certain medication ur taking.
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