i'm currently in north cambodia and for three days experiencing strange phenomena
i know perfectly that it's quite impossible to give advise to anyone without close deep and long investigation , without knowing all the parameters in his life now and before....but since i'm a bit lost i try to ask anyway!
these strange phenomena are sudden lack of energy during parts of the day with awfull headaches and nausea , continuous diarhea (not liquid one but diarrhea) , fever at some time of the day (can go up 39°celsius) whereas at other moments i feel great , full of energy
thinks to consider are:
i'm still hungry and fruits taste really good (mainly mango , banana , milk fruit , pineapple and once a while durian) as do the greens, whereas i expected to be disgused by any food experiencing such aches...
one other point to consider is that offently headaches disapeared after having some fruits .... but it's not hunger headache... i think maybe headache and fever are linked with cleansing process and by eating i stop it....
and also , even if i drink quite 6 liters of water , i experience serious chest pain and upper body cramp that luke Stator (and others) as cleverly linked with dehydratation issue in one of my past message some monthes ago
i go to toilet and my urine is really clear , so don't understand and quite a bit lost!!
maybe there is nothing to understand and all i have to do is to live it fully , but you know , human's left brain....
so if anyone get inspiration or has any view about this , welcome!!
MALARIA? Get it checked out!
Phnom Penh, the nearby Mekongriver delta and in the rice growing areas around the large inland lake of Tonle Sap - Regimen 4.
Note: There is mefloquine resistance present in western provinces & the border with Thailand.
'Symptoms of malaria usually appear 1'0-15 days after you are bitten. However, depending on the type of parasite you are infected with, it can take a year for symptoms to show. Symptoms of malaria are similar to flu symptoms and include:
With some types of malaria, fevers occur in 48-hour cycles. You feel cold at first with shivering that lasts up to an hour. You then develop a fever that lasts for two to six hours, followed by extreme sweating.
- a high temperature (fever) of 38°C (100.4F) or above
- sweats and chills
- generally feeling unwell
- muscle pains
Falciparum malaria is the most serious type of malaria and can develop very quickly into a severe, life-threatening illness.
Symptoms can develop as quickly as eight days after you are bitten. Without treatment, you rapidly develop complications, such as breathing problems, fits, liver failure and shock (see Complications of malaria). The most serious complication occurs when the falciparum parasite gets into the brain’s blood vessels. This can lead to a coma and death.
It is important to seek medical help as soon as possible if you experience any of the symptoms of malaria, even if it is several months after your travels.'
Fascinating -- I just posted a note on Freelee's new vid (WHY I am a raw vegan) about a strange "coincidence" that occurred once I added lettuce (Iceberg, Romaine, and Red Leaf) back to the menu after being on Banana Island for a couple of weeks (Week 1-banana only, Week 2 - with celery.) Guess I should have just added one variety at a time, but the next morning I woke up with a whopping headache and congestion after being clear for two weeks. I googled lettuce, and Iceberg came up as a trigger for its nitrite content. I didn't think about sensitivity to the artificial chemicals (none to the celery, which I've never eaten in quantity before this adventure.) Maybe I should stick to organic from now on. Thinking all the time ~ I AM!