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Body heat issues
Hi

My body temperature is very strange and I want to find out if its an issue,
Often my feet are the opposite temperature of the rest of my body, some time stone cold to the point of burning cold and some time very hot when they do heat up.

I bottle in the heat and will not to cool down for a very long time, for example example could be cold but if I heat up I will stay that way for a very long time even if the weather has dropped in temperature hours later, this makes me very uncomfortable.

I don't think it is typical is there advice out there or possible thinks that could be causing these issues?

Thank you
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Welcome to the MedHelp forum!
Cold peripheries or cold hands and/or feet can happen due to peripheral vascular disease or disorder of the circulatory system outside of the brain and heart. Other causes of cold extremities are hypothyroidism, eating disorders like anorexia, Addison’s disease, adrenal causes like pheochromocytoma, anemia, Buerger’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome and Raynaud’s disease. You will need some tests like treadmill test, color Doppler, angiography, ultrasonography and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). Drugs like beta blockers which are used as antihypertensives can also cause cold extremities.
Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral. Take care!
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Sounds like a problem with circulation to me. Cheyenne Pepper capsules and caffeine help when my circulation is off. If you don't want to take anything then I would recommend stretching exercises in the AM and PM.
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