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Is anyone else more sensitive to heat than the cold? Every time I get too hot or workout my fingers are red and swollen.

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    • Alfubet

      293d

      I’m more cold sensitive than heat sensitive, but I think it has to do with what your body is acclimated to. I’ve always lived in a desert, so hot is all I know.

    • Alfubet

      293d

      I’m more cold sensitive than heat sensitive, but I think it has to do with what your body is acclimated to. I’ve always lived in a desert, so hot is all I know.

    • SandyMoss

      294d

      yep! my hands are white/blue/purple with numbness and stinging when cold, and red, swollen, and throbbing when hot.

    • EmeraldMosaic

      295d

      I'm definitely sensitive to heat. The older I get, the worse it is. (Possibly due to perimenopause...) I overheat easily, and my feet tend to feel it first and the worst. Ironically, I also have Raynaud's Syndrome, so if my fingers get cold I have to put gloves on. There have been times in summer when the rest of me was so grateful for the a/c being cranked up, but I had to put my gloves on. Lol

    • MakGyver

      296d

      I'm actually the opposite

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One user mentioned that their hands turn bright red when they're hot, and their heart rate increases. Another user shared that their hands turn red instantly when touching warm objects. These experiences suggest that some individuals may be more sensitive to heat than cold.

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