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Sudden shivering in the evenings. Could this be due to stopping the junk food intake?

hello, My name is Swami
My query was that I had a sudden shivering in the evening yesterday and I have been having this since a couple of days. Usually I have my lunch at around 1:00 PM in the noon and I leave work at 6:00 PM and have dinner at around 9:00 PM. In the middle I eat some snacks, I am guessing that I am so addicted to junk food, I avoided that yesterday, which is why I think I was shivering, maybe!
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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thank you for your query.

the symptoms you are displaying can be due to hypoglycemia.
its a condition where the body's glucose levels come down and it triggers the nervous system to send signals to the body.these are manifested as sweating,shivering and feeling of dizziness.

but since you're saying this has been going on since couple pf days its better to think of any infection too..
mostly TB or other chest infections.if you're having fever kindly get a blood check up done.
thank you,
wishing you good health
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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