We've all felt it — that drowsy feeling that sneaks in after a meal. You're full and
relaxed, and you're struggling to keep your eyes open. Why are meals so often ...
The author's story of her friend who often became sleepy after meals, and the
author's description of her own experience with diabetes.
Somewhere between giving thanks and reaching for that second slice of
grandma's pumpkin pie, it hits—the “food coma.” While it's common to feel tired
after a ...
Movements after the meal or an after dinner-walk are almost impossible because
I am so weak and tired; it's like eating sleeping pills. I have no diseases, ...
Feb 20, 2007 ... Conversely, a weight loss of one pound will result for every 3,500 kcal worth of
food not eaten or an equal amount of increased expenditure.
Apr 11, 2013 ... Food and drink should not make you hyper or tired. If you feel an energy crash
within two hours after eating, it's usually a sign that what you ate ...
Sleep apnoea briefly stops your breathing many times during the night. ... If your
tiredness gets worse after eating certain things you may have a food intolerance
Nov 22, 2012 ... Calories give us energy, so why do big meals make us sleepy? This
counterintuitive experience is a common one, and that goes double on ...
Is sleeping after eating OK? Some people think sleeping after eating will gain
weight, is it true? Find out what you should and shouldn't do after eating a meal.
Aug 9, 2012 ... Culinary Nutritionist Natalia Hancock answers a common question regarding
tiredness after eating and sugar crashes.