falling asleep after eating

Falling Asleep After Eating

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 - Uncategorized

Having meals should be the way to energize your body. But, for those of you who have the problem of falling asleep and tired after eating, you need to start ‘listening’ to what your body tries to tell you. The causes of getting sleepy after having meals are various. It can be diabetes, yeast infection,...

feeling nauseous and tired, what causes nausea and fatigue

Feeling Nauseous and Tired: What Causes Nausea & Fatigue?

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 - Uncategorized

Nausea and fatigue are common feeling when you just had a long day or week. But, do you ever feeling nauseous and tired even after having enough sleep and meals? If you have felt that way, you need to know the causes of your nausea and fatigue. For some people, nausea and faint only occur...

cold chills no fever facts and causes

Cold Chills No Fever Facts & Possible Causes

Friday, January 26th, 2018 - Uncategorized

Most people are usually confused when they experience cold chills no fever. Although chills are often associated with fever, it isn’t necessarily so. In medical science, it is possible to have chills without any fever at all. Chills & cold aren’t only caused by medical reasons, but also psychological ones. So, get your facts straight...

ow body temperature but feel hot what is happening to you?

Low Body Temperature but Feel Hot: What Is Happening to You?

Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - Uncategorized

Do you experience low body temperature but feel warm / hot? (read also feeling hot but no fever) If you do, you should consult your doctor. It may seem harmless but low body temperature may be a sign that your body is experiencing a problem – and you need to find the solution right away....

why am i feeling hot but no fever

Feeling Hot but No Fever: Some Possible Reasons

Monday, January 15th, 2018 - Uncategorized

If you hear some people say that they are feeling hot but no fever, know that it is not an uncommon thing. The body is a complex system – anything can happen to it. After all, your skin as the outer layer of protection may experience (or be exposed to) many things. You may not...