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Nausea/vomiting as the cause of a mood disorder/energy disorder

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#1 Pants

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Posted 24 March 2020 - 02:15 AM

Whenever I feel nauseous, and later vomit, I automatically go into a different mood, a not calm mood. I've had sore throats and colds that don't turn into vomiting, they do not bring on this mood. It's only the nausea that brings this mood.


When I've vomited over the last few years, they all had legitimate reasons:
2011 vomited more than once, along with other symptoms, blood test confirmed ebv/glandular fever.
2016 vomited, over 2days, and I also had sore throat, then cough, nose, so thats was strepthroat. Doctor said back of throat looked terrible.
2019, again sore throat, vomited twice in one day, cold, then cough, might have been strep throat again or food poisoning.

Once I feel nauseous, before I actually vomit, that nauseous feeling, excess saliva,I don't feel "calm", I don't feel "normal", I feel agitated. LIke there is way too much energy, and become super sensitive to any sound,touch,etc.

When the nausea goes away after vomiting, I go back to normal.


I wondered if anyone else had this problem or what is going on here to cause this mood?

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Posted 24 March 2020 - 07:33 AM

i don't thing it's a disease, just don't panic.

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#3 Pants

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Posted 30 March 2020 - 10:22 AM

The "mood" happens on it's own. Its automatic when I feel nauseous. Is it possible this mood is based on only part of the fight or flight response, or none of the fight or flight response at all and based on something else completely?


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