My face gets really hot and bright red at random times. My hands are usually freezing and my body is a normal to cool temp. It lasts a couple hours slowly leaving but always quick to come on. I can go a week without any problem or they could happen every single day for a week. It usually effects my cheeks, nose and chin but has recently effecting my ears and throat. What could this be? and what can i do to prevent it?
I have been experiencing the same thing. All of sudden my cheeks and ears, sometimes my neck will become really red and hot. This started about a month ago. I can be alone or at work and it will happen. I wish I knew what it was, but I know I need to go to the doctor.
I have always had this feeling when I have had lack of sleep, I can always tell when I wake up after three to four hours of sleep. My face and ears feel like they are burning all day until I get some sleep. I sometimes get this feeling after a hot shower. If you are having these symptoms with enough sleep I'm not sure what the problem could be. I also always have extremely cold hands, Do you have sensitive skin? It could also be related to stress or a stressful situation. It would be a good idea to see your doctor it could be something else.
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