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Old 10-10-2013, 12:54 PM
 
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I have this same problem! Have you found a solution yet? Mine started out of nowhere about two years ago, and it has never stopped. I've been checked and re-checked for everything. It's not my thyroid. I feel hot all the time for seemingly no reason. I'm not overweight, I'm not in menopause. I'm in my twenties, in good shape, and this problem is ruining my life. I'm constantly driving everyone nuts with the fact that I'm always opening windows or turning on the a/c. I thought maybe I had an allergy, because about a year into this problem, I started breaking out in hives too, but they can't find one. If you've found out anything new, I'd love to find a new direction to investigate on myself. Thanks! And good luck!
Are you taking medication? I will bet you a million dollars that you are. In any case, hives are a sign of auto-immune disorder. Better not shrug this off. The body is a well-regulated machine and if you see something going haywire, don't just find out some name for the dis-order but its CAUSE.

Go vedge! Lots of raw vegan stuff!
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Old 10-11-2013, 05:12 PM
 
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Actually - what you are describing sounds to me like Celiac Disease. It's an allergy to gluten that disrupts your digestive and thyroid systems. An old boyfriend of mine had that. When we were dating he was always complaining about the heat (and yes, we live in Arizona... but still... even in the winter he had the AC on in his house and kept everything at 60ļ)

I got him to an allergy specialist and sure enough he was allergic to wheat = Celiac Disease. Oh - he also liked to drink red bull ... between the wheat allergy and red bull he could have heated a house! He stopped both and he's doing fine now.

This may not be your situation, but it's worth a test to find out.

Also - keep a food diary. Food allergies can cause the weirdest side effects in a lot of people. If you notice you are hotter every time you eat a certain food, make note of that for the doc.

Good luck!
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Old 10-11-2013, 05:33 PM
 
Location: OC, CA
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I got him to an allergy specialist and sure enough he was allergic to wheat = Celiac Disease. Oh - he also liked to drink red bull ... between the wheat allergy and red bull he could have heated a house! He stopped both and he's doing fine now.

This may not be your situation, but it's worth a test to find out.

Also - keep a food diary. Food allergies can cause the weirdest side effects in a lot of people. If you notice you are hotter every time you eat a certain food, make note of that for the doc.

Good luck!
I will have to check that out. I think mine is just genetic, but worth a look. I notice when I eat high sugar foods, dried mangoes, too many and I start sweating.
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Old 10-12-2013, 06:37 AM
 
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Possibly it's your autonomic nervous system...
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:01 AM
 
Location: An Island with a View
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I feel hot all the time for seemingly no reason. I'm not overweight....
I donít feel hot all the time but I do feel exceedingly warm frequently in recent months even in a well air conditioned room. Few people mentioned blood pressure. Is there really a co-relation being feeling exceedingly warm and blood pressure? How can one tell if he/she has blood pressure problem?
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Old 04-05-2014, 08:27 AM
 
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Hi, I'm a 57 year old female and for all of my life, most notably the last 25 years, I am also so hot all the time it has affected my life in every way. I am very healthy, no thyroid problems (had it tested many times), take NO medication at all, eat very healthy, am of average weight, been through every test imaginable, and NOBODY can find nor do they care why I have this problem. I do have hot flashes, but they are brought on by the fact that I'm already hot, so I walk around with perpetual hot flashes all the time. I can't go to many places as I'm constantly sweating. My friends get sick of hearing me complain about it. I feel alone all the time since nobody I know can relate to my problems. I also don't have celiac disease as I've tried gluten free products and it makes no difference. I WOULD GIVE ANYTHING TO FIND OUT WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME.
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Old 04-05-2014, 12:54 PM
 
Location: Up above the world so high!
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Hi, I'm a 57 year old female and for all of my life, most notably the last 25 years, I am also so hot all the time it has affected my life in every way. I am very healthy, no thyroid problems (had it tested many times), take NO medication at all, eat very healthy, am of average weight, been through every test imaginable, and NOBODY can find nor do they care why I have this problem. I do have hot flashes, but they are brought on by the fact that I'm already hot, so I walk around with perpetual hot flashes all the time. I can't go to many places as I'm constantly sweating. My friends get sick of hearing me complain about it. I feel alone all the time since nobody I know can relate to my problems. I also don't have celiac disease as I've tried gluten free products and it makes no difference. I WOULD GIVE ANYTHING TO FIND OUT WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME.
Have you been tested for Fabry Disease?
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Old 04-06-2014, 01:14 PM
 
Location: Buxton UK
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I have the opposite problem. I'm extremely cold all the time.
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Old 11-14-2014, 12:27 PM
 
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It's 27 degrees outside right now and I had to open the window because I showered and as soon as I got out I was pouring sweat. happens everytime, can't even put moisturizer on without feeling gross, had problems with heat since I was little, passed out from heatstroke several times, I'm so happy it's November if it gets bad I can always stand outside and I like to put my bare feet in the snow, it really feels great it gently cools unlike a cold shower
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Old 12-07-2014, 06:54 PM
 
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It's 27 degrees outside right now and I had to open the window because I showered and as soon as I got out I was pouring sweat. happens everytime, can't even put moisturizer on without feeling gross, had problems with heat since I was little, passed out from heatstroke several times, I'm so happy it's November if it gets bad I can always stand outside and I like to put my bare feet in the snow, it really feels great it gently cools unlike a cold shower
This is fairly recent post I have same problem to point it affects my everyday life decisions! Have u found solution?
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