Rice Diseases by S. H. Ou
By S. H. Ou
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4 Crave a lift from sweets or alcohol, but later experience a drop in energy and mood after ingesting them 4 Family history of diabetes, hypoglycemia, or alcoholism 3 Nervous, jittery, irritable, headachy, weak, or teary on and off throughout the day; calmer after meals 3 Mental confusion, decreased memory, hard to focus or get organized 4 Frequent thirst or urination 3 Night sweats (not menopausal) 5 Light-headed, especially on standing up 4 Crave salty foods or licorice 4 Often feel stressed, overwhelmed, and exhausted 4 Dark circles under eyes or eyes sensitive to bright light 4 More awake at night Total Score __________ If your score is over 10, please turn to chapters three and eleven.
Monica ate for comfort. She needed a treat to get through the day. A pastry in the morning, chocolate in the afternoon, and a rich dessert after dinner made her life worth living, especially on bad days. Sharon ate at night to get to sleep. She couldn’t fall asleep by ten or eleven o’clock, even on nights when she was not upset. Being upset made it worse. But a few bowls of cold cereal with milk and sugar would unravel her tension pretty reliably and help her fall asleep. Paul ate because he was depressed.
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