What's an Acidotic Crisis in Fasting?

An acidotic crisis during fasting, particularly in dry fasting, is a crucial phase where the body experiences significant changes due to increased acidity. This occurs as the body starts to utilize fat for energy, leading to the production of ketones and a shift in the body’s pH balance. This can cause various symptoms like nausea, headaches, and weakness.

For more detailed information, refer to the article: What is The Acidotic Crisis in Dry Fasting and Water Fasting?

Have you faced this during fasting? How did you manage the symptoms, and what did you learn from the experience? Did you notice any long-term benefits after overcoming the acidotic crisis?