I am hoping someone will be able to help with this.
I am a male in my 20s. Over the last half-year, I have been suffering from heat intolerance. I can no longer stand even mild temperatures in the lower 70s without becoming so hot I need to turn the air conditioner on. No one else where I am gets hot like this. It is only me.
I can mention that I never sweat when this occurs. I only feel uncomfortably hot.
I have always been fine with moderate temperatures before. This seems to have started earlier this year after I went to Florida for a few days when it was hot down there. But, I would be surprised if that was a trigger of some kind, being that the duration I was down there was so short.
I've been searching online and found this: http://abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/72122/ It appears that, by taking some Pulsatilla 200, one woman was able to cure her son's heat intolerance. Do you think something like this would work for me? I cannot afford any prescriptions or doctor visits, but I can take a one-time dosage of an inexpensive remedy such as this one.
I am truly in need of some help with this here. Life is becoming unbearable for me with being so hot all the time, and this is no way to live. Even in the wintertime, I cannot use my heater at home as much as I used to and am stuck keeping temperatures in the 50s in order to be comfortable. Does anyone have any suggestions on curing or treating this? Please tell me this isn't something I am going to be stuck living with. There must be something I can do.
Thank you very much in advance for any help you can provide.
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