So for the past few months, I've been getting REALLY tired in the morning. At around 10:00am, I can't keep my eyes open and need to lay down for a nap. I mean, I could be sitting on the couch, and my head is bobbing. This was way beyond just being a bit tired. WTF? I eat healthy, I exercise like crazy (run 20 miles a week), so what the fuck is going on? I know I'm 70, but there's no way in hell that 70 should feel this way, all things considered. BTW, by 12:00 noon, the tiredness is gone. So I thought, maybe I'm not getting enough sleep. I normally get about 5 to 6 hours of sleep a night so I started to go to bed earlier, no later than 11:00pm, which resulted in about 7 hours of sleep. No change. Still tired as fuck in the morning. So then I thought, maybe I need to take a T-Break. I know. I use so little that this shouldn't be a problem, but I went on a 3 week T-Break anyway. While it did lift a little of the fog that was about me all day long, it sure didn't help with the coma I was slipping into every morning. So then I started to do some serious analyzing. This tiredness came on like clockwork and only occurred late mornings, at around 10 o'clock. Maybe it had to do with what I was eating for breakfast. I'm a real creature of habit, so every morning, I have a bowl of steel cut oatmeal made with half water and half soy milk, mixed in with a sliced up banana and either a quarter cup of blueberries, blackberries or raisins and for the past few months I've been doubling up on the serving just because it's so damn good, filling......and healthy. After thinking about this a bit, I began to wonder if my coma-like tiredness was due to reactive hypoglycemia being that my breakfast was almost 100% carbohydrates with no fats and very little protein. But then I thought, hey, these are not simple carbohydrates, but rather complex carbohydrates so this shouldn't be causing this, but still........I wondered if this could be the cause. So this morning, and for the past few days I had the same thing for breakfast, but cut down on the oatmeal portion from a double serving to a single serving. Coma symptoms......................gone. Just posting this up 'cause some may find this useful info. Too many carbs in the morning without any fats or protein is not a good thing, at least for me.