... the blood regulates
body temperature - No, the hypothalamus
... just thought I'd throw that in
Travis always says)
I know what your getting at, you must have seen my
post on gulfvets. I was hoping for more response
but there wasn't much. I am not sure what is bring
on this shivering its like I am freezing but with
out the feeling of being cold. Strange huh?
already have checked my blood sugar levels during
the most recent episode but it was with in
reasonable limits. I hadn't been exposed to any
chemicals during the 24 hours prior to the episode, that I know of.
I hope I can get some sort of answers soon or at
least a starting point.
would suspect this is more an advanced stage of hemolytic
not an acute exposure.
Besides this comment from a gulf war vet with 'the
syndrome' there was a comment from a British group of such
... saying they have to wear sweaters in the middle of
warm summer weather due to 'the chills'
think it is a particular type of hemolytic anemia
Last month I visited a beauty shop to get my hair cut, and
the beautician next station over was complaining about
being so cold .....
Well, I asked her if she was tired a lot ... "Oh,
yes," she said, "I think maybe I need some
iron." I gave her some hand-out information and said
that it was VERY valuable. That it took me over 2 years to
put this together (probably because I went down so many
bunny trails), but to ask her doctor to look into some of
this probability: autoimmune hemolytic anemia.
'unsuspected' cause of fatigue
When you spend a LOT of TIME on something,
maybe you can become an 'expert' on any topic?
A friend shared, "No wonder this 'picture' is falling
into place for you!
It is the 'law of use' ... what you spend a lot of time
at, you get good at."
Article - Is there Central Nervous System Damage with
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Organs it Targets
Cold to the Core