I had my first panic attack back in august, and I have a constant lightheaded feeling all the time, which can every so often be accompanied with hot flashes, and kind of 'jello legs' when I'm walking around somewhere. Now.. In the winter here, while it's pretty cold and hot flashes only last temporarily, it's pretty bad, but not awful. I'm worried about when summer comes and it's like 90 degrees outside, and wondering if hot flashes get about 100x worse when you're in hot weather to begin with? I used to love the summer last year, but now I seem to have developed a random sensitivity to heat.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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