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sleep n the afternoon

all my life, 3pm was go to sleep time- now i find i can be sleepy between the hours of 2 and 4pm.
i have water weight,
tend to not exercise,
ankles are falling inward on me and there's a swollen lump on the foot under my ankle on each foot- sciatica every month but a large lump of fat on top of my right hip,
neck pain,
headaches every day on top of my head,
broken blood vessels on left side of my face.
  SHELL999 on 2009-02-17
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pl give more detail age past presrent illness food habits taste for sour salty sweet food sweat or not blood loss if any sleep constipation anaemic thyroid function sleepy after food etc weight over or normal
akshaymohl last decade
i am 57yo. diagnosed w hypothyroidism last year-but have been sleepy since a teenager at 3pm. 6 years ago i started gaining weight at the rate of 10 lbs a year- i am now 76 lbs over weight. i was very thin as a girl. tall and thin with a big head. when i was young i liked pickles better than ice cream- now not so much. i don't like salt and used to pick it off my pretzels, still do. but i like fat, like pepperoni meat, chicken fat, steak fat even pork fat.
and i still like sauercrout, lemons and limes- but i don't like fruit per se. i am not much constipated. but my teeth are lose. i like the air to move- i don't like stagnant air. i like the wind and to go fast.
does that help?
SHELL999 last decade
carbo veg 30 twice daily for 7 days report for any change
akshaymohl last decade

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