First time last night -- now i'm scared. advice???
Forum: Liver Flush Support Forum
I did my first Liver Flush last night. I just finished 10 days of The Master Cleanse and read in that forum that some people follow it immediately with a liver flush. Friday was my 10th day. Yesterday I drank only organic apple juice and water until 3pm. At 7pm I took my first dose of Epsom Salt mixed with water and apple juice. 9pm took my second. 11pm took 3/4 c fresh squeezed grapefruit juice with 1/2 c olive oil. and went straight to bed, lying on my right side perfectly still for 30 minutes.
I didn't feel any activity around my liver/gallbladder as others have reported. Lots of rumbling in my colon though. I didn't sleep well, and probably should have taken the orinthine pills. At 3am I got up to use the restroom. This is when I get freaked out. While in the restroom I began feeling dizzy and I passed out TWICE! Once I fell off the toilet and immediately awoke when i hit the floor. i freaked and got up, cleaned up, and started to walk back to my room. before i even made it to the bathroom door i passed out again and collapsed on the floor (waking immediately again). i must have fell funny because i have this excruciating pain in my neck now. i barely made it back to bed without collapsing again. This all happened in a span of about 6 minutes. Then when I fell into bed I was all shaky, hot and sweaty and this continued for about 20 minutes.
I went to sleep totally freaked out, because i have not read of this happening to anyone. I'm really scared I have screwed up my body somehow. Why did this happen? What should I do? I got up just now (7:15am) to pour my premixed 3rd dose of epsom salt. Took me about 2 minutes from the time I got up till the time I made it back to bed. I felt like I was going to pass out again! And again, all shaky, hot and sweaty! I haven't drunk the 3rd dose yet. Should I wait? Somebody please advise, I'm really scared. When will I stop feeling like I'm going to faint?
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