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Loss of appetite, nauseous, stressed

Hi, I am experiencing very less appetite . Vomiting sensations throrugh out day especially morning before lunch. I was slightly under stress due to certain personal issues. Age :28 Male
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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thanks for the query
Stress has effect on all the systems of your body. if you are under under stress for long its going to end with many sever health disorders (ex-DIABETES,HYPER TENSION,SLEEPLESSNESS, LOSS OF APPETITE,etc).
so try to stay cool in all the situations. don't take much tension, as every problem of life has a solution. the biggest thing is time heals every thing. so stay calm always
Try doing meditation daily that will help you alot.
Try avoid spicy foods for 1-2 days and eat your favourite food.
eat fresh fruits this freshens your mood.
Hope i have tried to solve your problem
Answered: Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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