Ugh. Sugar hangover.

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minkalue
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Ugh. Sugar hangover.

Post by minkalue » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:53 pm

Last night we had a going away party for a friend and I indulged in a bunch of donuts. But since I’ve been doing No S , I didn’t realize how badly sugar affects me until this morning. I literally overslept by 4 hours and have a headache and am tired. So gross. But grateful I don’t eat like this on a daily basis and grateful that I am able to notice what sugar does to me.

oolala53
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Re: Ugh. Sugar hangover.

Post by oolala53 » Mon Mar 11, 2019 4:15 am

Classic "punishment:" something unpleasant that makes you want to stop a behavior. Sounds like you think donuts weren't worth it.
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Desert Rat
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Re: Ugh. Sugar hangover.

Post by Desert Rat » Mon Mar 11, 2019 5:22 pm

This absolutely happens. I find that after eating too much sugary, salty, refined food I not only feel terrible but I can't focus and think straight.

automatedeating
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Re: Ugh. Sugar hangover.

Post by automatedeating » Mon Mar 18, 2019 4:06 am

I get insomnia after pizza now. :cry:
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