Heat?

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pete
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Heat?

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I'm not 100% sure yet, but i guess i get ENORMOUS improvement in pssd when it's hot outside.
Just talking about heat. No sun bathing.
How about you guys?
Maybe anyone here is doing sauna?
Zero
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Re: Heat?

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Temperature. Yeah I'm wondering if anybody here has low morning temperature. I have, but I'm hypothyroid. I thought about heating blanket once. Your thread sounds like naive BS, but serotonin is involved in regulating body temperature, some says the best way to check 5-HT1A autoreceptors response is to measure temperature drop after agonist intake. Don't understand that, we should be hyperthermic then.

Comparative effects of serotonergic agonists withvarying efficacy at the 5-HT1A receptor on core body temperature: modification by the selective 5-HT1A receptor antagonist WAY 100635
http://jop.sagepub.com/content/13/3/278.short
A reduction in core body temperature is one of the characteristic consequences of 5-HT1A receptor activation in rodents.
This study therefore further confirms the utility of hypothermia as a simple, robust in-vivo probe of 5-HT1A receptor function.
Wtf? It's beyond my comprehension.

Sorry for hijacking your thread, but how about your mornig temperature guys, right after waking? I guess it's low..

This is interesting imo.
pete
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Re: Heat?

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Naive bullshit? How is that?
Share at least your experience before hijacking the thread.
Chronic heat exposure is not affecting your pssd?
iull1k
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Re: Heat?

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Well, i thought i'm the only one with such problems. Since SSRI i have strange temperature body regulation. Previous my crashing (august 2015) i had 2-3 weeks of subfebrile temperature (37-37.7), the rest of the year i had 36.4 and this spring i had one moth of subfebrile again after i crashed again and lost all gains in skin sensivity, also my anxiety is lower and my frequent urination is less acute. I don't think it's a coincidency.
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