Hi. Every morning I feel really nauseous for about 1 hour or so, and then I start to feel really hungry. I am unable to eat first thing in the morning, because I never have an appetite. I am not pregnant. This has been going on for 2 years or so.
I am posting this in the anxiety section because it makes me very anxious in the morning and this forum gives the best answers ^_^
Anyone else feel this? Is there any explanation? Is it just because I am really hungry?
I feel real nauseous every morning...it is my anxiety. I wake up with knots in my stomach every morning...EVERY morning....this is going on years now. It passes for me in about an hour or 2 depending...and then I can eat. However, I don't get "really" hungry...just normal.
I also am dealing with extreme anxiety. At night I take 1 mg ativan which works until I wake up in the morning weepy, scared depressed. I force myself to eat because I wake up soooooo Hungry I feel sick. and it relieves the empty void in my chest. I immediately get the hungry feeling back all day. If I don't sip on something or snack I get severe nausea and again have to force the food down. Is my body hungry for something that it is not getting or is this just the chemical imbalance messing with me..... I am afraid to take the ativan more then once at night for fear that my body will need it to feel normal... If I took Ativan twice a day for 5 days to get me through this.... will I have withdrawal systems such as panic ...... anyone......
I also feel sick every morning when i wake up. As soon as i open my eyes before i even lift my head i feel hot , dizzy and nausea its been going on for over 5 years i've had every test imaginable done still no real answer the only thing doctors came up with is maybe my blood preasure goes up when i sleep an it affects me when i wake up.......?
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