I have no idea if its related, but sinec i've remember if i dont eat enough i'll become numb, and usually a small snack will aliviate it. Im anything but anorexic, i eat healthily, well at least heartily, enough, and im not overly obese or anything unhealthy, i dont drink (bad stuff) too much or anything.
Anyway the other day i had some kind of attack, yesterday, i was in the back of a motorcade for a funeral when i started feeling it, im thinking "yea, yea, ill get me some food once where there." but almost there i start to feel it, my whole body goes numb, and all my joints and muscles seem to freeze, i don't know what was going on, even my tounge seemed to start acting funny. Once i was able to get my hands off my steering wheel my fingers just crumpled into themselves, pressing against eachother, flat, as if trying to crush somthing, i couldn't open my hands, or even move my fingers.
At the same time i noticed a "low" feeling in my stomac abdomen area, like a pressure.
I know it wasn't my apendex at least, cause i don't have one, and haven't for years.
And it couldn't be epelptic, i think, because i'm a hardcore video gamer and all those flashing lights would have set me off a long time ago, right?
Anyway almost immideatly after one starburst fed to me buy some really nice stranger, i felt my muscles begin to ease, and after a whole bag i was shaky, and sore from my muscles seezing up like that, but better. The paramedics rulled out bloodpressure, diabetes, heart broplems, and anything that noticable on sight, and told me to see a doctor. I have no money to see one, but want to know if anyones seen such a problem before.
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