I assume the sweating stuff is autonomic dysfunction but maybe, just maybe, sometimes our bodies might be trying to get rid of ‘toxins’, which we also do by sweating. Now the problem with this is, many of us do not have the energy to shower immediately after sweating (and it happens too often) but if we do not wash after sweating, we simply re-absorb whatever it was back throught the skin, therefore never actually get shut of it.
I’m curious, has anybody had any ‘Toxin’ tests, at all ?
I had a toxins test — it came out fine. I also alternate between hypothermia and sweating profusely. The sweating for me is usually a “flush” from histamine release. Is that what happens to you? I can feel it coming and start pulling off covers and clothes, then it stops and I’m hypothermic again. This STOPPED once I had my mast cells and anti-inflammatories balanced out. It only returned when I injured my shoulder, and it returned with a VENGEANCE. It is settling down once again. When this happens, though, I am especially non-functional, and PUFFY from histamine release. I am also more “fibrotic”. This is something we’ll talk about on a video soon — our tendency toward fibrosis — liver, lung, breast, lymph nodes, shoulder, etc. I think fibrosis is occurring inside of our vessels, too. That is not good, but I think we can stop this down hill slide. Working on that! 🙂 Diana