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Also called hypervitaminosis D, vitamin D toxicity is uncommon and occurs when your body’s vitamin D levels are too high. Vitamin D toxicity typically develops from over-supplementation, as opposed to diet or sun exposure. With the sun, your body can regulate the amount of natural vitamin D that’s produced.
Acid reflux or heartburn. Feeling sluggish. Stomach discomfort. Elevated blood sugar. When you eat, your stomach expands to hold what you have consumed. A stretched, or full, stomach sends signals to the brain that you are full. Eating too much can cause the stomach to stretch past its normal capacity, leading to feeling overly full.
The first step to answering the question "Am I eating too much?" for yourself is found in awareness, observation, and alignment. 1. Exercise Awareness Note different sensations you feel. Try eating a wee bit less and putting off a meal 15 minutes and see how it feels. 2. Observe With Grace Notice what is going on in your body.
Beyond memory Although this study couldn’t prove that getting too little or too much sleep causes memory and thinking problems, it’s in line with other work showing the potentially harmful effects of poor sleep. Previous research has linked poor sleep with higher risks of heart disease and stroke, type 2 diabetes, and depression.