Falling asleep Right after eating

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Anyone else have this problem?
Thanks in advance.
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Could be an insulin problem or you could be eating too much protein and carbs at once. All the glucose will cause your body to release a lot of insulin but what happens is this causes a dip in your blood sugar levels which can make you feel sleepy. The lower your blood sugar level gets the more tired you could feel.
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I have had my a1c checked In October that was 36 I think doctor said it was fine. Still unsure was totally passed out for like 3 hrs after eating.
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Have you spoken to your GP about this?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I have had my a1c checked In October that was 36 I think doctor said it was fine. Still unsure was totally passed out for like 3 hrs after eating.
Feeling a little sleepy is normal but what you've experienced is definitely not. You should see a GP as soon as possible.
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I’ll contact them real struggle right now tho I had to contact my MP over refusal of face to face appointments. Thanks for your input.
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