Fall is approaching, and while the days are still warm where I am, the nights are getting chilly and I don't expect many more days of 80-degree weather. That means I have to start making changes in my routines in order to keep myself from falling prey to a common symptom of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome: cold sensitivity.
Do you get really cold and have a hard time warming up? Does getting chilled often lead to other symptoms (pain, fatigue, brain fog?) If so, you may have cold sensitivity. Here's some help for dealing with it:
What does the cold do to you? Has it started being a problem yet? What advice can you offer to cold-sensitive people? Leave your comments below!
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