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Always hungry. Disoriented if not eaten. Blood sugar negative. Anxiety, depression? Suggestion?

I am always hungry even after I eat,I start to get shaky & feel a bit disoriented if I don't eat right away.I do have anxiety and my doctor has now told me that I may be depressed and that is causing me to be hungry all the time.I don't feel it is depression or anxiety I feel that my blood sugar is out of whack but the doctor says all my test came back negative
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Stress or depression is usually associated with disturbance in apetite. 90% of depressed patients have loss of apetite but in atypical depression, There may be an increase in apetite and sleep.
You should also rule thyroid disturbances as it is known to have these symptoms also.
Yous hould consult psychiatrist for detailed evaluation.
Meanwhile you can try stress management and relaxation techniques like yoga, meditation or self motivation.
I hope you will be fine soon
Answered: Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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