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Not Feeling So Hot

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Posted by Leanne on 5 years ago

I am on day 6 of my 15 day cleanse and I have started feeling light headed and queasy. I know that this can be a part of what happens when you change your diet so drastically. I am just wondering how long it will last....

This topic contains 3 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by Leanne 5 years ago.

Replies To Not Feeling So Hot

  • H~I~G

    5 years ago
    Hi Leanne, I was great the first day then the second I had a splitting headache and felt queasy all day then the third day I felt a bit queasy and a slight headache~on my fourth day I felt fine all the way around but started to break out in what seems to be a bit of a rash...evryone says its just your body detoxing (which I'm sure you know). Its actually a good thing. Some very nice woman told me that coconut water helps as well as lemon water. I tried lemon water and it helped me. As for the headache, you just have to make sure you are drinking lots of water and push through. I hope that helps in some way.
  • TeelaHerman.com

    5 years ago

    it's different for everyone....

    I'm wondering though, about how many ounces of juice are you drinking in a day? And how many ounces of water?

    And is this the plan where this is the first day where you are only drinking juice?

  • Leanne

    5 years ago

    I made it through!! And feel amazing!!! Thanks for the advice ladies. :)

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