Sun 8 Mar, 2015 10:20 pm
I'm a 20 year old 105 pound 5'3" white female with no other health issues.
I've always noticed that when I'm in bed without socks on, my feet are always ice cold and sweating. socks are either uncomfortable or too hot. it was a concern, but not enough of a problem to seek help.
but recently over the past months I've started waking up absolutely freezing(still under the covers) in the middle of the night with my pillow and entire body drenched in sweat. oddly enough, every time, I roll over and warm up relatively quickly and fall back asleep no problem.
what in the world could be going on with my body?
What does your doctor advise? You have seen your doctor, right? If it were me and I had these symptoms, I'd make a medical appointment ASAP
Went to a doctor and ask him about your symptoms.
im not sure if it is weather related thing. but try ask your physician
First of all, Welcome to A2K. Secondly, read the membership agreement. No one can offer medical advice because its impossible for non-doctors to diagnose medical issues. The OP needs to see a doctor, and not delay to satisfy the whims of A2K members who think they are the Lamp of all Knowledge.
medical advice? hahaha. I'm no doctor, and im certainly not an encyclopedia. The ONE and ONLY ONE thing I know is, for a FACT, ONE THING....ready for it...Whispers * It's what I would do*
YOu policing the forum now? nice to meet you, forum-Nazi, you are the FIRST forum nazi I've met on here, Nice to meet you!! Pleace, try to suppress knowledge!!! Please spuuress it with ignorance!!! PLLEEEAASSSEEEEE
wow, you really are like that aren't you...holy crap it blows my mind, what's it like down there? being a slave to what someone else tells you is true? man o man, it's such a shame .....
Night sweats is a typical sweat issue that happens amid rest and stops after waking. Night sweats include not just sweating a great deal during the evening, but rather actually drenching the bed. The potentially advantageous way of life changes incorporate evasion of liquor and spicy foods. Converse with your specialist about any prescriptions that you are taking to check whether they could be the reason. And tell him to prescribe pills so that you will get sleep at night.
Cold sweats could have been caused by too little sugar in the bloodstream so you might want to have it checked. Also if I may ask what was the room temperature whenever you sleep? The covers you are using is it a simple blanket or a thick comforter?
Are you fatigued whenever you sleep or do you recently experience any pain?
sounds like you have a problem with your circulation. It could also be something like arrythmia - heart beat going astray.
SEE A DOCTOR.