Dr Oz: Does Hypoglycemia Cause Rage?
Do you often lose your cool or get mad for no obvious reason? Does the smallest thing set you off and make you angry? Dr. Oz said there is new scientific research that actually shows it is not your fault. The research shows that allergies or other health conditions could actually be the cause of your sudden rage and the answer is in the letters H.A.L.T.
Dr Oz: Oz-Approved Snack Mix
Dr. Oz invited a woman to join him who admittedly yells a lot and is often angry when she gets several phone calls and emails at work, as was obvious from the video Dr. Oz shared with his audience. The woman told Dr. Oz that it was around 11 a.m. when the video took place and she admitted that she had not eaten anything since the prior day at lunchtime. This is when Dr. Oz mentioned the letter “H” from that H.A.L.T. acronym, which stands for hypoglycemia. He believes the reason for her rage is that she is not eating enough of the right foods at the right times of the day. Dr. Oz explained that when you do not eat, your brain cannot function, because more than protein or fat your brain needs sugar to do its job. You become sluggish and your ability to make decisions is drastically impacted. When this happens your body begins to release adrenaline, but since your blood sugar is still low, you get angry and begin to make bad decisions. Dr. Oz said you can prevent this from happening just by eating a snack every three hours every single day.
- Raw almonds
- Dry coconut
- Dried apricots
Dr. Oz said to mix those ingredients in a baggie and carry it with you no matter where you go. He said he never leaves home without a bag of nuts because he is someone who gets a little angry if he is hungry.