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Body Temperature

By Anonymous April 14, 2011 - 11:54pm
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Hi, My body has always been warmer than usual, and i have never been able to figure out the real reason. If i define the usual symptoms. Whenever I hold the hand or any friend he or she, always comments that my body is so hot, be it summers or winters. Whenever I touch any metallic object, i really feel like holding it as i feel so hot. My boyfriend also feels that my body is so hot :( and during summers it is very difficult. Winters are fine.
Otherwise I have no problems or symptoms, except that before my periods my body temp is a bit higher (more hotter!). Can you please tell me what can be possible reasons? one more things, I am overweight and have a family history of high blood pressure and diabetes.My age is 29(Female), and rest all is normal. I live in India which is a hot country (very difficult to survive if your body is hot like mine), Also I measure with thermometer, don't have fever at all.

Please help :)

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HI guys... Well I'm 33 yrs old and all my life I've beenr eally warm... My hands, feet, my whole body, my husband doesnt hug me at night beacuse he says I'm to hot, that I even radiate heat, I work out almost every day, I'm an active mom, drink tons of liquidsduring the day, about two cups of coffee a day... My blood test are usually pretty average and my blood preassure level is actually pretty low, I hardly get sick, exept for my sinus allergy, so I've never had a sign of sickness related to that. There's nothing terrible about it for me but I would like to know the reason for it....

May 10, 2016 - 8:34pm
EmpowHER Guest

hi all.
i am 30 male from Africa Cote d'Ivoire (Didier Drogba country) and leave in GHANA (also same whether) and i am an Accountant (seat alot).

my body has been hot since the High school.
i didn't know that people were facing the same thing.

I am not a medical doctor but i would to research on the relationship between the immino-system and the constance hot temperature.

i was told by a doctor that i have a powerfull immino-system. i can easely fall sick and it is true because i hardly get sick.

i also realize that when i seat alot or i don't rest suffisantly i feel hot body.

recently my doctor recommend me to take a lot water to supply oxygene to my body.

i suggest that we check the coorrelation between the constant hot feelings and others variables such as immuno system or body immobility or something that some else is experiencing in his life cycle.

I wish all well.

June 26, 2015 - 11:56pm
EmpowHER Guest

I am now 62 years old and have been this way the body heat all my life Forest far as I can remember. I also get the comments who girl you're hot and when its cold everyone wants to hug me. No symptoms to it that I can possibly find other than I thought I was in constant Menopausal life so I guess it's something we will all live with. No solutions obviously its not important enough to investigate. So it doesn't matter going through the changes of your life whether you are young middle aged or getting older your body is just hot and since I am that way I'm glad I'm not important enough to be chopped up and checked out. But I too was hoping to find a solution because I to have every symptom that I have read here other than the effects like PMS and all the other criteria. Peace to you all and stay cool.

June 24, 2015 - 11:11am
EmpowHER Guest

I m a 22yrs old boy and i m also suffering
High tempreture and no any problem from this so please help me also what may be

May 15, 2015 - 10:43am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

At the age of 62 fixing to be 63 there is no solution. You just have to learn to live with it at this time in my life I tell you all it is just the way your body functions. There is no one cure, you can do what you like in life excessive diets, Yoga, exercises et c. . You are you, it just so happens you have to stay cool. Although it's annoying and sometimes it's a benefit and sometimes not I think we'll just have to live with it.

June 24, 2015 - 11:19am
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hi Anon

You need to be seen by a doctor for a full checkup. We cannot tell you what's going on here - you need a physical checkup.

Please keep us posted.


May 15, 2015 - 3:27pm
EmpowHER Guest

Hi all ...regards to the body heat ...yes even I face the same but there is no need for medical advice or medicine ...we jus need to keep our body cool through diet ...especially during summer ...need to drink lot of water ,more fluids will keep body normal temperature...am taking cucumber once in two days and watermelon and drink a lot of water as well ...since I work only twice a week I apply oil on my hair and take head bath and if is done more frequently even that would help ...also buttermilk without ice regularly ...if u r a chicken lover pls try to reduce consuming more...Hope this helps ...

April 27, 2015 - 7:08pm
EmpowHER Guest

Please avoid drinking any things hot such as hot tea and etc. Anything hot will affect your temperature. This is the only was to control it. No need to see Dr, just stay away from hot drinks, alcohol and spicy foods. Hope my comments are useful for you.

February 2, 2015 - 9:05pm
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

i hope you are correct because i drink tea all day long and start to burn and sweat and also flare up all red. so i will try drinking water

November 2, 2015 - 1:59pm
EmpowHER Guest

I am also a victim of this problem.

Over the years i have done some research on this and found that this is due to incorrect breathing pattern. Do some research on swara yoga and find peace.

January 6, 2015 - 3:29am
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