Posted 12 February 2013 - 05:29 PM
Posted 13 February 2013 - 08:29 AM
I hope this happens for you.
April 2014: no more reintroducing foods, not rocking the boat, no studying (except during insomnia)
March 2014: Reintroducing intolerant foods. Yolks & banana are a "no". Dairy NO
Year 2: Mental clarity improving. Hello to normalcy.
October 2013: Functional Medicine doc ref to cardiologist for possible sick sinus syndrome (deadline May)
September 2013: 55+ food intolerances, mercury poisoning, sIgA 50, leaky gut, adrenal fatigue, hormone disruption, ferritin 7, low Vit D, low Vit B6
January2013: Dairy-Free, Soy-free
November 2012: Gluten-Free
Year 1: Migraines resolved, OCD diminished, Change in skin texture, EyeBrows lifting & eyes bigger, Better memory, Better cognitive function, Better problem-solving capabilities, Lower anxiety level, Better outlook, Arrhythmia reduced, hope
Posted 30 December 2013 - 07:34 AM
I used to get really bad night sweats as in a really soaking t shirt, bed sheets and then waking with a sore throat and a smell that would be banned under the Geneva Convention (the smell both repulsed and interested me at the same time). Lord have mercy it were right bad.
It turns out I am allergic to fresh milk or rather one of its ingrediants. I know this only because of self~trial~by~error~diagnosis.
I can even remember how it first started. Moved house and I had to move 100s of heavy boxes all that exersion. The first thing I ate afterwards was a brand of cereal and lashings of milk I think that were the trigger.
Posted 30 December 2013 - 10:15 AM
Been there. It was very temporary though and haven't had them since going gluten-free.
Posted 01 January 2014 - 05:41 PM
I've had night sweats since I can remember (earliest age I remember is being around 6 or 7). They were so bad, I ended up keeping my bedroom really cold so that it wouldn't be so bad. I have had boyfriends in the past tell me that in the middle of the night, my skin feels like it is on fire. I have been to several Drs about it... hormones are okay, allergist said it isn't from allergies. I've been gluten free for approximately 10 weeks and they are gone. I also suffered from waking up with a swollen tongue. That is gone too.
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