Niacin and sweating

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Other causes include tuberculosis, bacterial infections, abscesses, osteomyelitis, hormone disorders like carcinoid syndrome and hypothyroidism, hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) and some neurologic conditions. Medications like aspirin, acetaminophen(Tylenol) ,niacin etc can sometimes cause night sweats.Try not taking Tylenol for some days and see if there is any relief from symptoms. Keeping the bedroom cool can help with night sweats.
I have experienced the night sweats and such that follows. In the last year I began sweating ALL the time! I cant sleep, eat a hot meal or even enjoy a cup of coffee. I am active and I have lost 40 lbs. in the last year. But I cant walk across the house without breaking out into a sweat. I walked around this past winter without a coat, Im hot all the time. I take nothing stronger than aleve on a regular basis. What can I do?
Other causes include tuberculosis, bacterial infections, abscesses, osteomyelitis, hormone disorders like carcinoid syndrome and hypothyroidism, hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) and some neurologic conditions like strokes, autonomic neuropathy. Medications like aspirin, acetaminophen, niacin, tamoxifen and Viagra can sometimes cause night sweats. Keeping the bedroom cool can help with night sweats. Also, keeping ice water and a fan by the bed will help ease any episodes you get.
I'm a 45-year-old male, active and in good general health, who has an issue with sweating primarily of the head and trunk. The sweating occurs when sweating should occur - in response to heat, humidity, physical exertion - but to an extreme level. Where somebody else might show glistening skin or a drop or two of sweat, my shirt will become soaked down the front and back. When I say "soaked", I mean it looks like the shirt was soaked in a sink.
very little sweating and heat/excersice intolorence, very slow digestion(i get easily full with a small meal, i find it very difficult to even cry overflow of tears. everything that has to do with autonomic function is at a lower scale now.I used to do intense excersices where i would nearly pass out and I recall I had monents of heat stress and 1 heat stroke 2 summers ago. I saw a doctor an year ago and had a full blod count test but nothing was found.
Because of this he has some circulation issues as well... Well, lately he has been complaining of his foot being numb and cold. It sweats and turns purple sometimes, mostly at night. When he is moving around it is not so bad but it is a continuing problem. What can be done to help him? I, personally, am afraid that his tissues will die and he will eventually need an amputation, but I am not a certified medical professional, though I have taken a few classes regarding health care.
I am 13 days clean from opiates will taken some niacin help with the chills and RLS.Enevabilly hopefuly getting me better each day.
If these are normal, an MRI of this area will look at both the spinal cord and for pinched nerves or at soft tissue and joints. Treatment depends on the cause, but a trial of anti-inflammatories and physcial therapy is generally useful. Pins and needles from the pelvis up is an unusual neurological presentation, pinched nerves in the back usually cause sensory symptoms that go down the leg.
6 I worked out for about 45 minutes 4x this week, alternating cardio only days and cardio plus weight training. Started taking 250 mg of Niacin, 1000 mg of B-12 and a B-Complex w/ vitamin C. Haven't modified my diet as much as I should, though I am watching my portions, and trying to drink more H2O. I substituted Splenda in my moring coffee most days, but still using 1/2 & 1/2. DH made alfredo on Friday night ....LOTS of butter and cream!
I have had some luck but not alot by taking potassium 4500 mcg and 50 mg of niacin. the niacin will give you a brief detox of all chemicals in the body but you have to be very carefull not to take to much or you will feel like you are on fire. for six hours.
I have also started some natural supplements for health issues. Fish oil, omegas, niacin, biotin,a and magnesium. Please help desperate. Health wise feel good.
Keep in mind that your brain and body has been abused by the excessive drinking. You need to increase the niacin, B6, B12 and all the other fun B vitamins, alcohol depleted those. If you are a woman, you have to monitor your iron intake. Your body can't absorb the iron without the Vit B & C. You will probably benefit from some OJ with an iron supplement. It takes a long time for the body to recover and start functioning after drinking. Everyone is different as far as recovery.
fullness in ears, roaring that even the words spoken I hear an echo, dizzy, numbness in arms and legs sometimes, eye problems with blurry vision, neck pain and sometimes headaches, just out of the blue I get anxiuos, start sweating and get nervous. So, are YOU alone? Not at all, but take courage, I am determined that I will find the relief for this.
96. I went and had more blood work done monday and still have not received a call from my doctor. I am just nervous and feel bad. I was just talking with guys at work and they never heard of men having thyroid problems, and then I check on line and it is rare. I was just wondering if anyone here knows of any men who have thyroid problems? And if my 16.96 TSH is something to be concerned about. THANKS!
I've been taking 500mg metformin myself and I have not experienced any weight loss. I am actually taking it for diabetes treatment. But it has not helped with my weight loss.
Dear Doctors, I am a girl of 35 years, good health, normal weight etc. I would apreciate your opinion to my problems. November 2004 muscle twitching starts in calves. 1 month after a viral infection. Spreads over the next months to thighs, abdomen, genital area, and arms. July 2005 , I wake up one morning with as strange vibrating, pins and needles feeling in my genital area. The feeling persists, comes and goes durign the day but is there every day.
I mean ok, in comparison to the past 5 days i dont feel like the complete walking dead, hanging onto the toilet seat, cant keep anything down, cant sit still, sweating, then freezing, twitching, wanting to chop off my arms and legs, so depressed, etc. i am so grateful right now for this momentary feeling even if it will prob be gone in a few hours if not less, i have a bit of hope now that maybe this whole sobriety thing wont be soooooo bad. lol maybe.
I don't need a hospital recommendation and have a good Cardiologist. He is pretty upset with me because I stopped taking my Simvastatin and went with Niacin. My cholesterol is great on Niacin. Then I griped about Plavix thje whole time I was on it. He begrudgingly let me get off it in 18 months. The Metoprolol makes me feel like I have a big rubber band around my chest, can't breathe on it so I was using the Valium to help keep my HR down.
I quit the Astelin antihistamine spray and the Rhinocort spray, because I felt it was making me worse and dizzy-er. I've been taking Bcomplex and Niacin and Vit. C. I run an air cleaner in my bedroom at all times. Went to see a chiropractor. Normally I wouldn't trust one, but he's a friend and has helped my husband with disk problems. He's used some kind of electrical vibrating thing where my neck meets my skull and now my ear's not hurting. (Could be him, could be the Prednisone).
I decided to GET OFF ALL THE MEDS- so far it has been 9 days without anything and I puked everyday, had the brain zaps, migranes, dizziness and severe sweating all day and night.. ( this was even after weaning down properly) I want to encourage anyone that is trying to come off an AD that you can do it and I am sure if will pay off-ask the Lord to give you strength and he surely will.
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This past summer i was using nano vapor and i was reading that the niacin in the product could cause the patches, could it be permanent. Another possible thing i think it might be is from when i got tan at the beach and i think it might have just peeled in the certain spots that i have white spots now. The only symptom i have besides the fact that its white is that when i sweat or get hot from exercising it sometimes tends to get red.
About six months ago my left neck began to hurt and I noticed what I thought was a lump there. I went to a head and neck specialist and he said that I had inflammtion of my Carotid artery(Carotidynia). The lump, I guess, was just the bifurcation of my artery that was swollen. The doctor told me to take an anti-inflammatory(ibuprophen) for 2 weeks. The pain finally diminished, but about a month later it started in my right neck.
Symptoms come and go but always include excessive sweating, night sweats, sinus infections and overwhelming fatigue. He was recently given Bactrim and had a bad reaction to it. Now we're thinking that antibiotics used over the years may have caused these chronic symptoms. Are we crazy?
Hello, Night sweats and excessive sweating can be due to many causes. In your case it can be due to hormonal changes after Mirena. Certain infections, like tuberculosis, bacterial infections, abscesses and osteomyelitis can cause night sweats. AIDS and HIV can also produce night sweats.
This is common ailment in hot and humid conditions or activities that may induce sweating. It occurs when the sweat gland ducts get plugged due to dead skin cells or bacteria and leads to irritation, itching and to a rash of very small blisters most specially to the face, neck, under the breasts or skin folds, that may rub against clothing, such as the back, chest, and stomach.
Not even her doctors can and they are simply amazed at her recovery. She walks and talks normaly and goes to work everyday. She drives but with me in the car. In my opinion, she has recovered over 90% to date. Search the internet and READ, READ, READ. Take charge. Find a doctor who will listen and help. NEVER GIVE UP! THEY NEED YOUR HELP EVERYDAY.
I honestly just figured it was all the toxins getting out of my body in any way they could and that meant through my skin with all that sweating. It's probably not very scientific but it made me feel a little better about it! Hang in there - and congrats on the clean time! Well done!
Thrice he felt near fainting with sweating. His blood sugar fluctuates. Also his BP has difference between sitting and standing, whenever he changes position feels giddiness. New MRI report today says - "early subacute ischemic foci in the left MCA and right MCA - PCA watershed territories". Doctor has given medicines related to Alzemers/Damentia and asked to wear Anti- Gravity stockings for blood pressure fluctuation due to changing positions.
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