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    Cold

    Am I the only one who seems to feel cold all the time, even when we have had the warm temperatures we have had recently? I am sat inside, no heating on, in a jumper and body warmer, and I am just about feeling warm enough. Temperature outside is 13 c, but the thought of being outside at the mo does not impress me.
    I guess with MD as the muscles waster and do less work they genrate less warmth, but I udnerstood that it was the brown fat theat generates most of the heat in our bodies, along with lots of other organs and processes. Can anyone perhaps explain, or am I just getting old?

    Mike

    So many love songs, so little love.

    embayweather embayweather
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    #132570
    Reply To: Cold

    Wish I could give you the exact answer!

    What you say about muscles makes sense though.

    I am just the same. Even warmer here yet I am sat with
    even a heavy fleece on. It was only in the 2nd of May that
    I stopped wearing long sleeved and long legged thermals. Do this
    For seven months a year. Heat pads, hot water bottles and
    fires of all descriptions everywhere.

    I have a low pulse rate of 48 when resting. Always wondered if that
    was a factor or was it pure muscle issues.

    Confusing stuff.

    "Even if you are not paranoid, it does not mean they are not out to get you!".

    taungfox
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    #132571
    Reply To: Cold

    Brrrrrrr.

    "Even if you are not paranoid, it does not mean they are not out to get you!".

    taungfox
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    #132585
    Reply To: Cold

    my heating on warmish outside or not lol for me its the not being able to move about. hands and feet always like ice.

    """""""What doesn't kill you makes you stronger""""""

    Cat (Mod) Cat (Mod)
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    #132596
    Reply To: Cold

    Me too, I always associated with my the dodgy muscles, have no answer either really except to say I’m always pretty cold too. Everyone laughing at me at work wearing woolly stuff in summer. :wave:

    croissant
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    #132690
    Reply To: Cold

    My hands and feet are usually always cold. Thank goodness for footwarmers, is what I say!

    I wear a vest nearly all year (it has got to be sweltering before I remove it) and tend to feel the cold quickly. You would never catch me in a swimsuit!

    Sybylla

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    #132833
    Reply To: Cold

    My lower legs are always freezing now and it seems to be getting worse

    weeble
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    #144573
    Reply To: Cold

    I’m always feeling cold especially my lower back ND u per back my feet be freezing. But I don’t know but I am beginning to feel very cold and I can’t take it. When I be inside I be ok but outside I feel cold.

    Plz help or message it’s new for me every year new symtoms come. I was diagnosed with this condition at age 7 but feeling cd is something g new but I don’t kniw

    Yazzer
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