Sugar addiction is a condition of psychological or emotional need to consume more sugary food or beverages. It is a serious health concern requiring medical attention. The symptoms include cravings, muscle pain, lethargy, bloating, and sleeplessness.
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How can I stop sugar addiction?
Query: Hello doctor, I am having sugar addiction. I always eat candy non-stop and chips and soda, but I am so addicted that I failed the 30-day sugar free challenge in the first three hours itself. I need help, how can I stop this addiction if all my ways are failing everytime I keep trying. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Sugar is not an illicit drug, but the brain acts in a similar manner to other substance abuse and addictions. Another reason you could be craving sugar regularly is due to how it makes you feel after consuming it. Generally, a sugary treat causes a rush of both gluco... Read Full »