Do I become
more irritable after a breakfast of refined cereal and fruit
If I eat a
sweet snack in late afternoon, does the rest of my day become
difficult in terms
- Do I crave sugar when upset?
- Do I have more belly fat than I would like and find it difficult to reduce?
- Do I have difficult sleeping and wake up at least once during the night?
- Are you noticing a lack of energy and find yourself dragging in the mornings and late afternoon?
- Are feelings of unreality (depersonalization) worsening and difficult to overcome?
- Am I more irritable in general?
- Are there fewer moments during the day that I feel calm and in control?
- Is it difficult for me to concentrate?
- Do I overreact when criticized?
- Are my anger and tolerance levels much lower than normal?
- Do I struggle with panic attacks or anxiety episodes after eating sugar?
- Do I notice a change in my immune system and are feeling sick more often?
- Am I more sluggish than normal and have little energy most of the time?If you have answered “Yes” to the three or more of these questions, you may be sugar reactive. This may be exacerbating your feelings of anxiety and depersonalization. This is not as terrible as you may believe since you have the opportunity to correct the problem. Changing your diet/nutrition is as easy as choosing to be healthy. Check out our Neutralizing Diet which is part of the Anxiety Busters: Anxiety Recovery Program. In just 24 hours you will notice a change in the way you feel