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What causes tingling sensation in the body followed by excessive sweating after having food?

Hi, I am a 59 year old male. I am experiencing off tastes when I eat, frequently get a feeling of euphoria (tingling through my body) followed by sweating. I am having trouble with both long and short term memory. Overall, I feel detached from reality. Any ideas would be welcome
Wed, 22 Aug 2018
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Hello,

According to the history you provide probably it might be from the immediate full of the stomach. Try to at frequently and less.


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