i recently went on a trip with friends, the day of the trip i had an orange cream soda, 20 oz soda, about half a can of pringles, about 8 lifesaver gummies, a large hamburger, fries, a cookie, a large soda, another 20 oz soda, and an icee. then i slept for about 2 hours, ate a breakfast sandwitch, about 3/4 of a 20 oz soda, then i got home, had another breakfast sandwithch for lunch, a gatorade, some lemonade (which i am sure had sugar), finished the pringles i started early in the trip, got through about 3/4 of the lifesaver gummies, and had a chocolate bar. When my parents got home i got nervous because i had to clean my room and wash the dishes in like 2 minutes before they walked in. in this process i started to have convulsions, however i did not have a headache or anything, just random "spaz" attacks. i got helped up to my room, eventually went to sleep, after sleeping for about 4-5 hours i felt fine and did not get anymore convulsions, but i was advised to stay in bed, so i sleep pretty much the whole day, the next day i felt perfectly fine, no convulsions whatsoever. the question is, did i get these convulsions from the combination of the sugar rush and no sleep and being nervous? do you think this could leave some sort of permanent damage? this happened yesterday, (convulsions). the trip was on friday, and i am writing this on sunday.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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