Sometimes I feel "buzzed" but, consumed no alcohol.... and another thing is that I am real forgetful yet passed memory tests given by a neurologist last summer and also my focus is non-existent... It affects my life and I can't keep up the house work. Also I have a tremor in my right hand when I extend them out (discovered by the neurologist) but, also I was having tics when I went to see him. He said it wasn't touretts because I'd have grown up with it.... but since then last summer I haven't had Any since consuming only one can of beer most every day. The tremor is still there though and sometimes affects work and writing. And another thing I've been Irritable and it's all I can do to keep my mouth shut. I yell at my kid sometimes over next to nothing then have to tell her it's Not her fault. My Mum says I'm pre- men (I am 40)..... What do you guys say?? what do I do? I had an EEG last summer showed nothing... But, SOMETHING is wrong right?View Thread
thanks anyway... I just don't know what to do. I am vegan but, I don't eat right. I've been going crazy on carbs and sweets. If I went raw I know I'd loose a lot of this excess weight... but, I would have to be careful to get all nutrientsView Thread
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