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Overheating
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Hereward - May 23

A lot of people talk about being too cold and, although I am sometimes, I usually get too hot, especially if wearing clothes or shoes that are too tight or that don't breathe. We're moving into Autumn here in Oz and that is worst. In bed I just get so sweaty, stick a foot out and I'm cold. Funnily, I've found that if I put a pair of loose socks on I dont overheat and usually feel comfortable...most times. Anyone had that?

 

lmb2 - May 24

i'm pretty much one extreme or the other also. doesn't matter what time of the year it is either. sometimes i feel so overheated that it's hard to breathe (stairs really do that to me and i'm not in bad shape at all, just feel hot and my legs get weak). but then (like right now) i could be freezing and it's 80 degrees. i've only had all these symptoms for 1 1/2 yrs now (a lot less than some of you) so i'm still working on figuring out ways to make myself comfortable and looking for patterns and triggers for it all. i have found that i end up most comfortable at night w/ only my feet covered though lol.

 

jlh - May 25

Hi Herewood.The only time I get hot is when the pain strikes around the chest area but I think its because I panic when its in that area. Most of the time I feel the cold especially now as the weather is turning. Im from Australia as well. Where u from?.....Jenny

 

jlh - May 25

hey.. Do you have hotmail or yahoo messenger. My email is jennyhillard@hotmail.com or jennyhillard@yahoo.com.au.
Feel free to contact me .....Jenny

 

Hereward - May 29

Thanks everyone. Yeah, I can overheat anytime too...and get too cold at ridiculous times. Sometimes if I'm stressed or worried or exert myself its worse, but I haven't found any other obvious triggers

 

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