Sweating

Sweating

Does anyone sweat with there fibromyalgia not just at night but during the day as well?

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Hi to everyone. I used to sweat a lot too. Also I suffered migraines regularly and whatever I ate used to upset my stomach. I was recommended to have reflexology. I have been going once a week for four months. It has been my saviour. My body is now able to regulate it's own temperature. I have not had a migraine. It has decreased my pain levels considerably and I can now go out without being worried as to where the nearest toilet is. Personally my experience of reflexology has been life changing. If you are able to find a reflexologist, I highly recommend it. Reflexology is able to balance your body and hopefully maintain homeostasis.Hope that may help some of you, because this condition is so debilitating.

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

The part of our brain called the hypothalamus, tells our body when to sweat. When our hypothalamus senses that we're too hot, it sends signals to our sweat glands to make us sweat thus cooling our body off. Sweating is under the control of the sympathetic nervous system, which orchestrates the body's reaction to stressful situations and emergencies. The sympathetic nervous system activates the sweat glands through the chemical messenger acetylcholine. As we know, Fibromyalgia affects the brain, or CNS {Central Nervous System} so it actually does make sense that if the nervous system is affected by an illness such as Fibro, the signals can get crossed or may go "haywire" and overheat us at times when we really do not need to sweat. 🍂🍃

posted 5 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I can sure sympathize with the facial sweating and my whole head sweats. At times my hair is dropping and if I put my head down in runs out of my hair and down my face. It's embarrassing when you want to get fixed up to go somewhere special. I actually bought an antiperspirant called Faces Only. It can't be healthy because it works for 24+ hours and is very hard to wash off. I bought it to use for my daughter's wedding.
I have a question. Does anyone else get vibrations it feeling of current on your extremities. Sometimes it feels like if you were to have your cell phone in your pocket but it's on my legs and behind my knees. I have a lot of spinal problems that cause similar issues but I'm sure this one isn't coming from my spinal nerves.

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

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posted almost 2 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

So do I!! I sweat if I'm just sitting not doing anything! If I'm getting ready to go anywhere the sweating is really bad! Usually it's my head, face, neck and chest!! Also if you go anywhere and it happens it's very embarrassing!! And it makes my anxiety worse!!!

posted almost 2 years ago
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