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August 11th, 2012, 05:13 AM
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I had to keep food by the bed last time. I got to where I couldn't even sit up without throwing up, unless I ate something. I was also starving, too. Your blood sugar is usually at its lowest when you first wake up, and low blood sugar can cause you to feel very hungry, shaky, and nauseated. Eating more protein can help some, as well as eating something when you first wake up. Cereal, banana, and milk are all fairly sugary, so that might be causing your blood sugar to spike, and then crash, so that your starving and shaky when you wake up. Eating a snack higher in protein before bedtime might help...although to a certain extent, our appetites will be increased anyway, so it might just happen anyway.
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