It depends on a lot of things. If you are 38 years and up you could have the start of peri menopause (yes, it is true that SOME women go through their peri menopause for several years at earlier ages.) You could be nervous. Pinched nerve in the body. Poor circulation. Exercising will heat you up and you'll sweat even when it's cold. Running a fever. If it keeps up & there is no simple explanation, please see your doctor.
I wake up in a cold sweat with a slight sore throat, what could be the cause?
Could you be sick? Flu? Cold? How long has this been happening? Sometimes I'm cold so I load on the blankets then I start to sweat so I turn on the fan but then my sweat evaporating makes me cold again. Go figure. If this is a reaccuring thing I would visit a physician but you might be coming down with something.
it can't be sweat out you fool
There is absolutely no way to measure that because they are not at all related. You can sweat by sitting in a hot room and not moving (hardly any calories burned), and you can burn tons of calories by shivering or swimming in a cold lake (hardly any sweat).
It is usually because of what you are feeling, or you tend to sweat.
James Brown was the famous late rhythm and blues (R&B) singer, who had a hit with his song, Cold Sweat. The song Cold Sweat was first released in July 1967.
No. The pores are the openings of the sweat glands. In heat you sweat and so open the pores. In cold you do the opposite.
a cold glass "sweats" because the cold inside and the warmth outside
Cold Blooded animals are unable to sweat and typically do not pant. They usually cool in water, shade or the ground.
the sweat cools you off but then you are wet and you may get too cold.
You stay in a cold area and eat cold drinks and food
hot - it is hot and you sweat. cold - it's cold and you can freeze.
Cat's noses are supposed to be cold and wet. If they're noses are warm and dry, that could be a problem. ;)
Cold-blooded animals cannot sweat, for instance.
actually wind is not cool........ its the sweat on our body make us feel it cold. bcoz sweat gets evaporated when wind flows.
These could be symptoms of flu or even food poisoning.
he's probably dead
The hot water on your skin opens your pores, and makes you sweat. The sweat evaporates, taking body heat away - making you feel cold. When your body is cold - you shiver.
Yes, I can.
It could be the flu or maybe a coldU r sickfor those experts out there, is it the flu?
If you are cold, you shiver if you are hot, you sweat
no...you should take it to a doctor.