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Is it abnormal to always feel slightly chilly while maintaining a diet and exercise regimen?


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2005-03-08 13:30:41
2005-03-08 13:30:41

It depends on your age, and your overall health. Heat loss is very real during exercise. Some diets don't provide enough caloric intake for the exercise regimen. Remember, you need fuel to burn. If you're over 40, your body may not be functioning as efficiently as it used to. The sweat glands may be over- or under-active. This can also be due to other, as-yet-unknown health issues. You might take a physical with a blood test if you haven't for over a year or two. It depends how much you exercise. If you just do it in a spotty fashion you aren't getting that blood circulating. You should have protein in your diet and eat smart and healthy and don't go on those fad diets. It would hurt to see your doctor and get a blood test done on the adrenal gland and also a T3/T4 blood test on your thyroid gland. If either of these are out it can lead to cold or hot feelings in your body. There is meds for this. Also, not enough sleep can make one feel very cold and not eating on a regular basis. Take care of yourself.

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