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Old 07-31-2014, 10:00 AM   #1
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I am ambivalent about eastern medicine (as well as western medicine), but in my quest to figure out why I get stomach acid and hunger confused, I found this website, which I think is very interesting and makes a whole lot of sense in my case.

http://www.acupuncturetoday.com/mpac...e.php?id=32780

When I "fell off the wagon" with intuitive eating, it started when I was sick and was unable to walk to reduce stress, even though I kept losing weight. Also, I started hanging out with some friends who liked to drink a lot of wine and eat a lot of cheese, something that was "new" for me, and I was compelled to participate....I'm guessing that somewhere along the lines, this changed how my stomach felt and confused my signals. Then I had a NYE party with a lot of food and drink, and ever since then, I've had a hard time allowing my stomach to get empty. Each time it starts to get empty, I experience a lot of acid reflux, and my first reaction is to put more food in, to relieve the pressure and push the acid back down. This is like a neverending cycle, as the excess food creates more reflux.
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Old 08-24-2014, 03:27 PM   #2
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Maybe it's the type of food? might be an allergic reaction to certain
foods, your body rejecting them? so it causes the acid? I like to
refer to our bodies as our own laboratory, doing our own experiments
and finding our own results. There is comfort for me to realize the
uniqueness of my own body, what it likes and dislikes by it's reaction
physically and/or mentally.
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