I sweat off the top of my head. A lot. I've measured a weight loss of 10 lbs after a hard days work.
This has been an issue with me since I was a child, and now I'm 52.
This issue controls my life. My very first thought about doing anything is "sweat coefficient". It controls my choice of profession, my social interactions, recreation, everything.
In my whole life, I've been "normal" twice. Once when I was 35, in a hot attic where I should have been soaking wet, and then again for about 6 weeks when I was 50. I could not make myself sweat no matter how hard I tried during that 6 weeks.
That 6 weeks of "normalcy" made me think this is a solvable problem.
Now I'm on the hunt.
It has nothing to do with age, weight, physical conditioning, medicine, food (except citrus food). It has everthing to do with air temperature, humidity, and movement.
After seeing regular primary care doctors who found nothing obviously wrong (thyroid, adrenal issues) I've moved on to endocrinology, more for the scope of knowledge, looking for something out of the ordinary. Still waiting for the test results.
But should I really be seeing a neurologist for thermoregulation problems?
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