The Hypothalamus Regulates the Human Appetite, Are You
Fatigue After Eating?

An eating disorder can range from anorexia nervosa, binge eating, to bulimia. We want to deal with bulimia, it is sometimes found among mental patients, especially those who have regressed to infantile behavior.

Fatigue after eating may also result from hyperthyroidism; an over activity of the thyroid gland, a disorder in which great quantities of calories may be eaten without weight gain.

In a very small percentage of cases, bulimia may be caused by damage to the appetite control center of the brain.

There have been attempts to cure bulimia, but success has been nil, and has frequently caused the patient to become even more distressed. 



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Fatigue after eating in most cases is definitely an eating disorder,that maybe brought on by a major depressive episode,which is a symptom of a major depressive disorder.Many people live in denial when it comes to owning up to having a mental disorder,during the denial process,they go from one extreme to another,mental disorders affects every level of humanity,no one is immune from it's gripe.


I have known an attorney on antidepression drugs,a psychiatrist,a recovering alcoholic,a peasant lying on his hospital bed swollen to almost twice his size,from alcohol poisoning,all of these can be the results of a underlying problem of mental disorders.

People who goes through major depressive episodes,end up doing things that are not characteristics of their character,but are reaching out trying to find modes of consolation for their underlying disorder.

This disorder can be a controversial issue,are you fatigue because of eating to much,or eating a little then feeling full, one day you want to eat up the kitchen,the next day you hardly have an appetite,you are constantly going from anorexia to polyphagia.

The hypothalamus is the part of the brain that regulate the human appetite,the biological clock that is within you is also regulated by this portion of the brain.The clock modifies hunger.


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If your biological clock is out of balance, it may tell you that you are full when you are hungry,it is time to eat, when it is time to sleep.It is possible that you are already fatigue before you eat. Because of your many underlying abnormalities, your fatigue is compounded after eating, whether its because of anorexia, a poor appetite, eating to little, or hyperphagia.

Some causes of obesity can occur from damage to the hypothalamus.If you are going through stages of this disorder,chances are there are stressors underneath that are causing major depressive episodes,and if left untreated will lead to disabilities,it will be wise to check with a psychiatrist and/or neurologist.Know your body,hear it's cry.

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Fatigue after eating, consist of more than one factor. There is a factor known as Anxiety Disorder, and is characterized by

    Intrusive Thoughts.These are unwelcome and involuntary thoughts, images, and unwelcome ideas, that can become
  • Fixation, upsetting or distressing, and can be hard to manage or eliminate.

The most people experience these kind of thoughts are people with (OCD), Depression, also (ADHD). Which can be paralyzing anxieties. These kind of thoughts may be associated with,

  • Episodic Memory
  • (PTSD)
  • (AD)
  • (ED)
  • Psychosis

The psychosis episode is synonymous with the Thought Disorder. Are you fatigue after eating? Are you compulsively overeating? The two are highly connected, and if left untreated can lead to serious medical conditions such as,

  • High Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease

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