Sensitivity To Cold More Than Heat Ms

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Fibromyalgia and Heat Sensitivity

With much of the U.S. experiencing temperatures in the 90 and 100 degree ranges, I thought it would be a good time to talk about how the heat affects many of us with fibromyalgia.  Most people with fibromyalgia report having some kind of temperature sensitivity.  Some are very sensitive to cold, others are sensitive to heat, and still others react to both. 

I'm one of the heat-sensitive people.  I sometimes describe myself as “hyper-sensitive” to heat.  When temperatures get above 70,...

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