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Shakiness, grumpiness, nausea after waking up

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Hi, I am a 30 year old female. I have been having lately is very bad shakiness. Usually an hour or so after I get up I get real shaky and grumpy and nausous if I don't eat something right away. Well I'll eat breakfast like a breakfast cereal bar but it takes awhile for the shaky feeling and nasea to go away.
Posted Thu, 13 Sep 2012 in Digestion and Bowels
Answered by Dr. Prasad Akole 6 hours later

Thanks for posting your query.

Is there also any giddiness, sweating along with shakiness, nausea?
Do you eat very little at night?
Are you on any medications/ pills?

If it settles after eating breakfast, you should check your fasting sugar. It may be hypoglycemia (low sugar).

See if drinking a sugary drink on waking up from sleep helps.
Also, try eating a little later in the night if you eat very early at night.

Rarely hormonal imbalances can cause it.

Please revert with any other symptom you feel is new.

I hope this helps. Would like to answer if any more doubts you may have.

Thanks for writing in. Good luck!
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