Another bad day. Energy was OK, but I went for a walk and I was so hot, sweaty and dizzy, even in the Tokyo winter, that I almost had to stop and go home. Interestingly, after I sat down and had lunch the symptoms basically all went away. This might point towards one of the possible nutrient deficiencies that @erinnnrisinggg alluded to, but I have no idea which one it could be. I take a multivitamin that has a bit of everything in it. Been taking niacin too.
I don't know what to do. I think I need to reach out to some methylation specialists as I'm running out of moves. Going this alone was a big mistake and I'm presently wishing I had just quit while I was ahead instead of messing around with supplements I didn't really need.
One new thing that I've noticed since all of my methylation work, I get REALLY tired if I don't eat on time. That never happened to me before! Sweaty sounds to me like a little bit of hypoglycemia. Do you have a glucometer by any chance? They are great to have on hand so that you can test blood sugar before and after eating. In the U.S. we have them in drug stores/pharmacies, but they might be available for purchase online.
Pretty sure my doctor works with people all over the world since he does Skype consults. All you need is your genetic data from 23andMe and you can setup an appointment with him. His first session is $60 and follow-ups are $30 which is very reasonable in the U.S. .... however, the supplements are kind of expensive. This is his office and his name is Bob Miller, ND: http://www.tolhealth.com/
And here's a video explaining some of the work he does: