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Posted 27 June 2015 - 08:01 PM
I am not a doc The following may help with an answer.
Road trip? Full symptoms of N, genetic tested.
List all meds including OTC, food suppliments, all food eaten on the trip.
Keep the list. If it happens again make
the same type list.
Compare, look for something different than normal intake.
Have a normal blood test level for TSH and glucose to compare with TSH plus glucose during the rapid weight loss.
N is a hypothalamus metabolic deregulation of homeostasis.
Seek medical attention sooner.
Posted 13 November 2015 - 01:43 AM
Yes. This actually makes sense. Hypocretin not only affects sleep, but it also affects eating habits/ eating behaviors. (Which I assume also includes metabolism etc. and how your body processes food and whatnot) I have also noticed that I personally seem to experience both rapid weight loss AND rapid weight gain regardless of eating habits and exercise.