Sep 25, 2011 - 4:10 am
One of the most unpleasant sensations I have is when I get the sweats, you know, when you're just sitting there minding your own business and it's suddenly too hot, or a light breeze feels freezing, or half of you is on fire and the other half is chilly? and your whole head starts to sweat at once but your hands are like ice? My sweats are usually accompanied by mild nausea.
I haven't really been able to find much about this phenomenon. Yesterday for example, I had a great day, felt pretty normal, then sweats/chills around 9 pm for no obvious reason. It doesn't seem to be related to time of day or activity level.
So any idea of it's cause or triggers? If it's the liver, what is happening in the liver at that moment to cause the sweats? I have no fever so infection doesn't seem to be related.
Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks in advance?
Lee "Sweatin' to the oldies" in London