Dizzy After Eating Sweets?
Good evening, I’m a 25-year-old girl. From the first (around adolescence) if you eat sweets, you must be dizzy. Therefore, nowadays, I don’t like to eat sweets, but don’t eat sweets once. Do you think it’s bad to rarely eat sweets? And why is it that I’m dizzy after being sweet? R nOh yeah, my grandmother is just like me. Pa because of genetic factors? R nThank you
Hello Wiwin, Thank you for your question at HealthReplies.com.
Glucose (sugar) is one important component for the body. Too much or too little glucose can cause problems, including headaches. This is caused by the connection of glucose levels with the brain and your nervous system. Glucose is one source of energy for the body. Fluctuations in your glucose levels can affect your brain and cause headaches. Eating lots of foods that contain glucose or not enough glucose consumption can cause headaches. A diabetics are also more prone to experience headaches related to glucose levels in the blood.
Consumption of foods containing high glucose can cause a decrease in blood sugar levels (reactive hypoglycemia). A sudden increase in blood glucose levels from sugary foods triggers an overproduction of insulin. Insulin is a hormone whose job is to deliver glucose to the body's organs for use as an energy source. Increased blood glucose levels can stimulate the action of the hormone insulin so that blood glucose levels go down. This decreased blood glucose level causes headaches.
Lack of consumption of sugary foods does not necessarily cause certain health problems because if you consume foods that contain enough glucose such as rice, bread, pasta, etc., then your blood glucose levels can be maintained.
You can consume sweet foods in a limited amount. You can also consume water at least 2 liters per day to avoid accumulation of blood glucose levels. If this complaint continues and is very annoying, please consult a doctor for further examination and treatment.
Hopefully this information is useful.