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Extreme sensitivity to cold

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Extreme sensitivity to cold

Hi,

I suspect I may suffer from orthostatic hypotension.

My body always is and feels cold when the weather is cold. I react strongly to cold temperature. People often comment on how cold my hands are when we shake hands and I feel how much warmer others' bodies are. I rarely touch things when I'm cold.

The only exceptions are that I don't react or obsess over the cold after (1) exercise, (2) a cold shower which I rarely do although I feel energized or (3) a hot shower which makes me insensitive to heat for a couple of hours.

Also, since I began to sit and meditate for several hours a day, I will often experience a calming, pressure sensation in my body when I stand up. My vision blurs and I lose my balance.

Do you have any idea why this happens? Could it be a dietary issue? Lack of vitamins? Can I take on some practice to improve this aspect of my health?

Thank you,

I will get back to you on the next Sunday

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On 26-3-2017 at 9:16 PM, Blaze35 said:

The only exceptions are that I don't react or obsess over the cold after (1) exercise, (2) a cold shower which I rarely do although I feel energized or (3) a hot shower which makes me insensitive to heat for a couple of hours.

What could be looking at the exceptions, is that you by all 3 of them you increase your blood flow.

If you search the net for increasing bloodflow there are lots of ways spiritly fysicly. 

And you can look at the site of the dutch iceman. He has breathing technics for it.

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