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Nausea, tiredness, jitteryness out of nowhere?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by boo85, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. boo85

    boo85 Senior Member

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    Does anyone get sudden nausea, jitteryness, tiredness, tingly feelings out of nowhere?

    Where you suddenly need to take a nap so that those feelings go away?

    And then you feel a bit better after your nap?

    Is this "crashing"?

    Does this mean my body is healing?
     
  2. halcyon

    halcyon Senior Member

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    Does it happen with any proximity to exertion? These are some of the immediate symptoms I get when I overexert myself. The PEM comes later.
     
  3. Gondwanaland

    Gondwanaland Senior Member

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    Hypoglycemia?
     
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  4. taniaaust1

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    It could also OI or something like POTS... are you upright when this occurs? If its OI it usually can settle down quite fast with a short nap which is very different to a ME crash. OI or dysautonomia symptoms can come on very quick eg okay one minute but completely not the next.
     
  5. boo85

    boo85 Senior Member

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    What does PEM mean?

    It could do... I mean, I don't exercise hard or anything. Probably just when I am doing normal day to day things such as cooking, cleaing, driving etc. But then again there have been days when I'm really busy and it the feeling hasn't washed over me at all...



    I thought maybe this could be it too.

    At first I thought it was low potassium so I went to shop and bought some coconut water but it didn't perk me up or anything like that. I still had to go home and have a sleep before I felt better.

    What does OI mean?

    Does POTS stand for this - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postural_orthostatic_tachycardia_syndrome ?
     
  6. boo85

    boo85 Senior Member

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    Does anyone think that it could be me suddenly detoxing metals?

    Or detoxing B6?

    Or my adrenals?
     
  7. ProveIt

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    I get similar symptoms after I workout or over exert myself. It has gone so far as me feinting momentarily.
     
  8. Johnmac

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    You could ask @David Hammond about the detoxing mercury - he's the author of a book on the subject.

    I have the symptoms you mention from carnitine, & have to go very low & slow with that for that reason. But unless it happens every time you take carnitine, that may not be your etiology.
     
  9. Mij

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    @boo85 when I had jitterness it was due to thyroid issues.
     
  10. David Hammond

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    This used to happen to me frequently. I would suddenly get so tired I couldn't speak to anyone. I also sudden attacks of anxiety for no reason and severe exhaustion after moderate exercise. These symptoms gradually resolved with chelation.

    You might want to try a 24 hour saliva cortisol test to check adrenal function and FT3, FT4, RT3 and iron studies for thyroid function.
     

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