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Cold While Sleeping
When sleeping with no cover and feel cold at night. I wake up with diarrhea that lasts for 3 or more days. Why would being cold while sleeping do that?
Doctor can evaluate: Odd symptoms require one to find a primary doctor who has plenty of time to hear the whole story. Just being cold from ambient air would not cause diarrhea, but feeling cold may be due to having a fever (which, if due to a stomach bug, could cause diarrhea). A fever on the rise causes one to feel coldness and chills, but a fever that's dropping will cause one to feel hot and sweaty. ...Read more
Can c diff make u cold while u sleep. Woke up freezing. Shivers. Low temp95.3. Feel can't get warm. Got temp to 97.7 by sittin by heater.
See below: One reason is that during sleep, metabolism slows and so does core body temperature. Thus extremities, such as the feet and hands, may feel colder when awakening in the night from sleep. If you wake up from it often, you can wear socks or cover them up with a blanket to optimize your sleep quality. But if you notice other symptoms, such as numbness or burning in the feet, see a neurologist. ...Read more
Blood from nose while sleeping. cold weather. Body becomes too much hot. It happens previously mañy times and usually in cold weather. Need treatment?
Moisturizer : there are many OTC preparations to help moisturize your nasal mucosa. Depends on where bleeding is coming from but a nasal spray with just normal saline is a good place to start. If bleeding persists please see your doc Also may want to turn down heat at night. Heaters dry the air out ...Read more
Sleep: If you have trouble breathing - seek medical care. If congested, consider taking an oral decongestant. Congestion – saline nose drops or netti pot. For anti-inflammatory effect & mobilizing mucus- homemade chicken noodle soup. Hydrate- lots of water/clear broth/ add honey & a small amt. Of lemon juice to chamomile tea.. Fever/ pain – Acetaminophen / nsaid’s rest! ...Read more
Control Sympotms: The best you can do is try to treat your cold symptoms to be more comfortable. Using a heated humidifier can help keep your airway open, Vicks vapors and rub can help with that too. You can try elevating your head to help with sinus drainage, use cough medicine if you need to. ...Read more
See article: There is absolutely no way to answer this question in the space provided. I'm sending you a link to an article that addresses this in rather considerable detail offering suggestions to solve your problem. As usual consult with your physician or see a sleep specialist if you continue to have difficulties with insomnia. Sleep and body temperature | insomnia free www.Insomnia-free.Com/sleep-and-body. ...Read more
Of course: If you are cold because of it. ...Read more
Stay warm but not: Too hot. Use good sleep hygiene. 1. Keep regular bed ; wakening time (includes weekends). Get up same time daily. 2. Make a regular, relaxing bedtime routine: warm bath or shower, aromatherapy, reading, or listening to gentle music. 3. Sleep in dark, quiet, cool room w comfortable mattress ; pillows. 4. Use bedroom only for sleep ; sex. Put work materials, computers, ; tvs in another room. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Relaxation Tech: Colds should last 7-10 if symptoms persist call your physician. There are many relaxation techniques available. My favorite is to tense and then relax sections of your body. Start with your toes, ankles, calves, thighs, bottom back, chest, shoulder, neck, face, top of head. You get the idea now revere. Go back and forth. With some practice you will have waves going up and down your body. ...Read more
Consider Melatonin: Also use excellent sleep hygiene. 1. Keep a regular bedtime & wakening time (to include weekends). Get up the same time each day, regardless of what time you fell asleep. 2. Make a regular, relaxing bedtime routine. Relaxing rituals prior to bedtime may include a warm bath or shower, aroma therapy, reading, or listening to gentle music. 3. Sleep in a dark, quiet, cool room on comfortable. ...Read more
My husband has been overworked and not sleeping enough for many years. Last night he got very cold suddenly. What caused this?
Many causes: Temperature-related symptoms such as coldness are secondary to changes affecting the sympathetic-parasympathetic reflex mechanism. Information you gave of overworked and not sleeping suggest an overstressed condition which generally result in tachycardia and sweating from sympathetic responses. Being cold can be from bradycardia and constriction of integumental arteries to divert blood to viscera. ...Read more