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Sounds like you could have a problem with your thyroid. Maybe hyperthyroidism. One of the books I consulted states signs and symptoms "nervousness, short attention span, compulsion to move, Emotional liatility, crying without apparent cause, loss of temper, severe psychotic disturbance. Tremots of hands, tongue , eyelids. Increased pulse, loud heart sounds, difficulty breathing, skin warm and moist, weakness, fatigue, difficulty climbing stairs or maintaining leg in extended position, increased excretions of calcium and phosphorus . Weight loss, because intake less than requirements. Increased frequency of stools (stools less formed. Increased body temperature. Intolerance to heat. You should get your thyroid checked . Also, since there is an association between celiac and thyroid problems, you should also go gluten free.