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Anyone experiencing hot flashes and night sweats (non menopausal) lately?

 
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This has been happening to me and my gf for a couple months or more.

I wake up in a pool of sweat even if its just the sheets covering me. Throw them off only to find myself freezing within a short period after...

We both have the same sysmptoms described by the poster blaming increased radiation...
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Posted this on a different thread, but possibly related:

I'm pretty sure I know what's causing the outbreak of madness. It's radiation leaking through our atmosphere and hole-ridden magnetosphere. It's killing animals in droves. Humans spend much more time indoors, so we are less affected. It's mainly microwaves, x-rays and cosmic rays doing the damage. The EPA's RadNet started picking up increased radiation in January, so it's not from Fukushima. Without our normal planetary protection, we are astronauts, subject to the same radiation dangers that they are.

One of the symptoms (and there are many) is brain damage. Some people it makes forgetful or they lack focus, inability to concentrate on tasks. Some people it causes to speak involuntarily in gibberish - those reporters and Judge Judy, for example. Some it makes depressed; that seems to affect women a lot. Some it makes more aggressive, and that's mainly men. Some it makes psychotic - the guy who ate his son in front of a crowd in Africa, people tearing off their clothes for no reason, etc. Dementia and schizophrenia may also result.

A few of the other symptoms: ear-ringing, pressure headaches, 'night sweats', damage to immune system, abdominal discomfort, swollen thyroid, skin rash, occasional dizziness, lethargy, sleeplessness at night, and eventually brain damage, as well as strokes and heart attacks.

Have you noticed a large increase in ambulance sirens in your area in the last six months or so? I certainly have. Instead of 'mass human die-offs' similar to the way the animals of the world are dying, we're succumbing one-by-one, because we spend more time indoors. Not GREAT shielding, being indoors, but way better than none.

I had the ear-ringing and pressure headaches myself. I didn't want the damage to continue so I put up some shielding and poof, the ear-ringing and headaches disappeared and have not returned. Now I'm just watching the world population slowly going mad from the brain damage, and listening to people being carted away every night by ambulance.
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05/29/2011 03:29 PM
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this cant be good, if anyone has noticed that the complaints are almost all in North America! I too have noticed the night sweats for about 4 weeks and Im past menopause.Also not just the adults Ive heard the kids are also having problems.
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The government isn't going to tell you about this. How could they? 'Everyone, our atmosphere and magnetic field are hosed, and everyone's getting beamed by radiation that will sicken you or drive you insane with brain damage, then kill you.' They can't say that. Civilization would collapse. That'd be even worse, because then we'd still all be taking damage and there'd be no stores to buy things we need.

So, you are on your own. I used window screens and baking sheets with a layer of Reflectix sandwiched between them, to create some shielding. It has helped quite a lot. I also greatly limit my time spent outdoors now, because the damage is cumulative.
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05/29/2011 03:37 PM
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I havehad the EXCT SAME THING for almost 5 weeks now. I am past menopause. Hadnt experienced this ever! This isnt even like a normal hot flash for women. it is much more than than. along with this hot flash...most of the time slight nauseated feeling comes over me foe a mere minute then goes away. Equilibrium a bit off sometimes too. all this only in past five weeks I am a very healthy person. No medical issues at all. Just cant figure this out.
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Sounds like me,too.
I'm 49, but past menopause by a nearly 2 years and the funny thing is I only had a couple of hot flashes during menopause and the whole thing was easy, but now I'm experiencing the same symptoms as you and the others here.

I'm also blessed with excellent health so I don't know what's going on.
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05/29/2011 03:59 PM
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25 yr old male. I've had night sweats for a couple years on and off. For the last few months I haven't had any, but just in the last few days I've had it happen almost every night. I wake up at 6 am (that's when my alarm is set), and I'm just soaked. The problem is, usually when I'm sleeping, I'm cold so I really wrap myself good. How can I be cold and still sweat like this?

Also dreams are so vivid it's like I'm still awake. I swear I can't get a decent nights sleep anymore.
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Yes, going on two weeks. My best friend is having the same issue and HE is definitely not menopausal. We just assumed we had a low-grade virus. Major headaches that just will not go away even when taking pain meds. Oh, and minor stomach issues. Whatever it is, we can't seem to shake it. It's bad enough to cause EXTREME fatigue, but not bad enough to justify staying home from work or going to the doctor if that makes sense. Just a general sense of suckiness. Neither of us have had a fever, though - just hot flashes and night sweats.
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What about random hot flashes throughout the day anyone?
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05/31/2011 08:46 AM
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Posted this on a different thread, but possibly related:

I'm pretty sure I know what's causing the outbreak of madness. It's radiation leaking through our atmosphere and hole-ridden magnetosphere. It's killing animals in droves. Humans spend much more time indoors, so we are less affected. It's mainly microwaves, x-rays and cosmic rays doing the damage. The EPA's RadNet started picking up increased radiation in January, so it's not from Fukushima. Without our normal planetary protection, we are astronauts, subject to the same radiation dangers that they are.

One of the symptoms (and there are many) is brain damage. Some people it makes forgetful or they lack focus, inability to concentrate on tasks. Some people it causes to speak involuntarily in gibberish - those reporters and Judge Judy, for example. Some it makes depressed; that seems to affect women a lot. Some it makes more aggressive, and that's mainly men. Some it makes psychotic - the guy who ate his son in front of a crowd in Africa, people tearing off their clothes for no reason, etc. Dementia and schizophrenia may also result.

A few of the other symptoms: ear-ringing, pressure headaches, 'night sweats', damage to immune system, abdominal discomfort, swollen thyroid, skin rash, occasional dizziness, lethargy, sleeplessness at night, and eventually brain damage, as well as strokes and heart attacks.

Have you noticed a large increase in ambulance sirens in your area in the last six months or so? I certainly have. Instead of 'mass human die-offs' similar to the way the animals of the world are dying, we're succumbing one-by-one, because we spend more time indoors. Not GREAT shielding, being indoors, but way better than none.

I had the ear-ringing and pressure headaches myself. I didn't want the damage to continue so I put up some shielding and poof, the ear-ringing and headaches disappeared and have not returned. Now I'm just watching the world population slowly going mad from the brain damage, and listening to people being carted away every night by ambulance.
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+1 :bumpit:
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

(sapp vs tallahassee)
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05/31/2011 08:50 AM
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Only when I think of certain women.
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05/31/2011 08:52 AM
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Wow I thought it was stress. I live in Birmingham and for the past 3 weeks have been waking up with hot flashes. I'm off work today because I've been up since 1 am with hot flashes. W. T. H.?
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Same here. For about the last 4 or 5 weeks. I am on minimal HRT, had a hysterectomy 25 years ago in my 30's.

It first hits at about 3 am, and then hits again at about 6 am. I can't figure out what is doing it. It's like a heater gets turned on for a couple of minutes, and then it's gone. It isn't like a real hot flash at all.
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Re: Anyone experiencing hot flashes and night sweats (non menopausal) lately?
What about random hot flashes throughout the day anyone?
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Occasionally during the day. Mostly dizzy "spells".

I love to be outside. On my days off I stay out there all day.
With all the talk of radiation, it's odd that on the days I'm outside my symptoms are slight or absent. Except for the ear-ringing--it NEVER stops. 24/7 for at least the last year.

My problems start when I'm cooped up indoors.
Dizziness, headaches, hot flashes and slight nausea, fatigue, etc...

My daughter-in-law, however is a housewife and is outside every day and has headaches and dizziness that make her throw up at least once a week.

My middle son is rarely outside for any length of time and has been complaining of feeling hot and he's thrown up twice in the last month from heat. I'm assuming he means hot flashes. After he throws up he's fine.

My youngest son also rarely goes outside, but has no symptoms of any kind--neither does my oldest son or husband.

There seem to be too many differences for this to be the result of one thing.
I suppose radiation would affect different people different ways, but it's just strange.

Besides radiation, what could it be? The sun? The "wave"?
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Im a guy and it has happened lately. Air conditioning on, air conditioning off... Gets pretty annoying. I feel it most in my legs. Could be poor circulation in my case though.
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39 year old woman. Post forced menopause resulting from hysterectomy to remove caner 8 years ago.

I had not had hot flashes in any numerous amounts for a few years. Last few months I have seen a big increase. Been wondering why because I thought I was done. Daytime and nighttime. I too wake up at 3am and between 5:30 and 6. I have been waking up at 3am for 6 years now though. 3:13 to be precise.

Also in last few weeks dreams have ramped up in intensity and frequency. For decades I have seen things in dreams that come to pass in waking life so this is unnerving to me. These dreams have been very intense and very vivid and very much about what is going on here on earth and in the sky right now.

Also ear ringing, and the other radiation symptoms have been increased since the total lunar eclipse last winter solstice. And we are due for another total lunar eclipse on the full moon this month on the 15th. Curious to see it's effect. Strange to have 2 full lunar eclipses 6 months apart.
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Oh and also balance issues. Sometimes the ground underneath me feels like it is "liquid" or has fallen out from under me. It usually only lasts a second or 2 but it is so weird feeling. Anyone else feel the ground like this? When it happens I think of this site and tell myself it's all part if the awakening.
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yes. it is normal.
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Oh and also balance issues. Sometimes the ground underneath me feels like it is "liquid" or has fallen out from under me. It usually only lasts a second or 2 but it is so weird feeling. Anyone else feel the ground like this? When it happens I think of this site and tell myself it's all part if the awakening.
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YES! It's like the floor drops about a half inch and I'm the only one in the room who feels it! It happens regularly.

I've asked here before about this and no one posted anything similar until now.

I tell myself the same thing--awakening.hf
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I wouldn't worry about it. It's just part of the increased evolutionary process that we are all undergoing at the moment. Resistance is futile, therefore just surrender to it. Much easier that way.
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You guys need to find you r sugar levels, no food after 8.00 pm ..that is what i do! i dont know why so many people ..just something to try!
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The last few weeks my temperature will suddenly flare up from within like a hot flash for about 10 minutes. Going to get hormone levels checked but think I'm too young for menopause. What else might it be?
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Check your thyroid
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I wouldn't worry about it. It's just part of the increased evolutionary process that we are all undergoing at the moment. Resistance is futile, therefore just surrender to it. Much easier that way.
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That's what I feel like it is.
I rarely give a thought to radiation, though I probably should.

I just have a deep down feeling that all this is not from radiation and I don't really worry about it. I actually feel rather calm.
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Male 25 Florida.. Last night was the worst. Completely soaked!
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I am not getting any night sweating. However for the last week or so Every time I lay down to go to bed I am unable to sleep and my heart rate is elevated. Curious as to why.
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Oh and also balance issues. Sometimes the ground underneath me feels like it is "liquid" or has fallen out from under me. It usually only lasts a second or 2 but it is so weird feeling. Anyone else feel the ground like this? When it happens I think of this site and tell myself it's all part if the awakening.
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YES! It's like the floor drops about a half inch and I'm the only one in the room who feels it! It happens regularly.

I've asked here before about this and no one posted anything similar until now.

I tell myself the same thing--awakening.hf
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No one around me feels it either. I don't even mention it to anyone anymore. I feel it in my whole body, not just the feet. It is something new and I have never felt it before the last several months. So hard to even explain other than "floor dropping out." Increasing in frequency lately. I have always been very earth sensitive.

There are other things going on within me too that I attribute to the awakening. Always been partly awake but what is happening of late is intense. I get calmer as time goes on though. Realizing it is supposed to be this way.
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If it's the radiation leaking down to us from above - and I think it is - then here's a pertinent thread:

Thread: People collapse in Chicago as temperature soars over 88F (31C), cops close beach

Heat stroke? At 88 degrees? Eight people? Hah, no way. Similar symptomology though: light-headedness, nausea, hot flashes, then collapse. I hope that 'non responsive' 18-year-old survives.

I'm guessing this will be the standard cover story this summer. Just lots and lots of people having 'heat stroke'. Even when it's not that hot.
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Middle aged male and I have been having ferocious night sweats and hot flashes so bad I think I might self-combust very not normal, gotten much worse last two months, good to see I'm not alone.
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I'm thinking too many people are having this experience for it to be coincidental. I think hot flashes are being caused by something in north America. Something environmental like the sun, magnetosphere, radiation or food. Please comment if you are having unexplained hot flashes.
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me too! this is getting weird! question
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Night sweating is now getting profuse.. 21 yr male waking up totally soaked in sweat my pillow will be so wet i cannot use it. My room is very cool because I have a big fan near my bed.. I have never had this issue until the past few weeks.. I cannot express enough how much im sweating lol kinda weird that im sweating so much in my sleep.

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