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Oh my goodness. This might explain a lot.

Posted by Dinah on January 26, 2011, at 10:03:07

In reply to He wasn't all that helpful, posted by Dinah on January 26, 2011, at 8:38:15

If my body responds to adrenaline by by my liver pumping out glucose, that would explain why I wake up at three am (with the cortisol surge that people get around that time) yet can't wake up in the morning and take forever to become functional (because my glucose level is high).

And my involuntary naps when I'm upset could be partly because of the adrenaline causing my blood sugars to rise. It does feel very physical.

I wonder if that's possible?




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