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15 Jun 18
Yesterday was my first fast day. I am proud of myself that I did it.
Around lunchtime I started getting a light headache which got worse in the afternoon with an added feeling of nausea. I drank some water and that helped but I didn’t really lose the headache all day. Also I couldn’t sleep last night.Has anyone got simular problems or some useful advice please.
I don’t want to give up.
I am 59 and want to lose about a stone.I get migraines occasionally and hope that this diet won’t be another trigger.Today I feel fine and the headache is gone.
26 Jun 18
I find a pinch of salt with a glass of water or a salty drink such as miso or Bovril help prevent headaches. As for sleeping, I don’t have issues with that but many people save a few calories for a late night hot drink so they don’t go to bed feeling hungry.
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