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In bathroom, heated floor, drying hair, husband in hot shower. 25 weeks pregnant. Hot - can I overheat?
Not likely: Unless, of course, you spend a long time in the bathroom. Use a thermometer, the temperatire should not be more than 99 degrees farenheit. ...Read more
38 yo fe gast bypass 2.5yrs ago. Putting weight back on rapidly not overeating. Always hot. Sweating hot. House thermostat 62. Jeans and sweat shirt.
A number of diagnose: Need to be ruled out. Standard metabolic panel should be done, including tests for diabetes and thyroid disease. The following illnesses also need to be ruled out.: low estrogens kidney disease high female testosterone dehydration liver congestion high histamine lymphatic congestion, dysautonomia, adrenal insufficiency, mercury poisoning. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes, but....: Yes, you will lose weight faster while exercising in hot weather but it is due to sweating more. As soon as you drink water, you will be back to the same weight. Effective weight loss is burning more calories than you consume. There is no magic bullet -- you have to eat less and workout more. Period. ...Read more
I follow body weights and cardio excersices on alternate days in gym regularly .So steam bath after workout at gym on alternate days is advisible ?
Steam baths: Steam baths are fine. They may dry out your skin, but other than that they are okay. Like all things, it is important to use the steam room in moderation. Especially if you have asthma or any other conditions which involve your lungs. Sweating from the steam room may also reduce your weight temporarily if you are checking regularly. ...Read more
Face began w/ heat rash & now hives on forehead & jaw. Gym 7 hrs wk. I shower right away at home. Wear clothes that wick but head sweats. 66yo f Tx?
Hives: Hives may be exercise or heat related and the facial rash could be due to an allergic reaction to something that comes in contact with your face. If rash or hives don't appear on the rest of your body, an allergy to food,etc doesn't seem likely. If symptoms persist an allergist is best qualified to evaluate and advise you. In the meantime try to identify any culprit substances that come in contact ...Read more
M 22 year old girl virgin. I do heavy weight training exercises in gym can doing squats,lunges,& exercising on leg press machine in gym break hymen?
No, but...: It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. So, ignore the hymen. Usually, only in cases of alleged sexual assault upon girls and women do we physicians engage in the careful examination of hymens, collecting evidence of physical damage to be used later in courts of law. In normal everyday life, people should not be "checking hymens" nor thinking about whether they are broken or not broken. ...Read more
65 year old female have lots of cough+asthma+feel cold & wear woollen cloth in hot weather+lose sudden weight?
Asthma: It is best that you get examined by your pcp pretty soon. ...Read more
Weedeated3 hrs cool weather about 85. Red faced. Weak knees heavy arms. Couldn t hold weedeater up. Condtion?
Dilated blood vessel: Sounds like your body is reacting to something that you're allergic or sensitive to. Perhaps you ate, or inhaled, or took a medication that caused an allergic reaction, which causes histamines to be released and the blood vessels in the skin dilate. This will cause itchy or hot skin. ...Read more
Warm: Hot showers can cause too much vasodilitation and fainting. ...Read more
At night I get sweaty, hot & cold at the same time, sheets drenched in sweat. I get freezing cold, put quilt on get blazing hot again then cold again.
Sweating while sleeping. I swear i sweat every night now. Room nice and cool not much blanket. Wake up in pool of sweat. Hair is up. My lower back hot?
I've noticed an increase in migraines. When I move from a cold room to hot outdoors, hard alcohol, cold weather, stress & humidity. Ideas?
Multifactorial: 'migraines', like the term 'energy', can mean different things to different people. If you've been diagnosed by an allopathic practitioner, you may already know that that kind of headache can have many triggers. Best ideas will probably come from the practitioner who diagnosed you. If you havent seen a PCP, I suggest you start there. ...Read more
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