Why does my energy get too hot?
article It was a warm autumn day in London, and my energy level was on the low side.
But, rather than being a sign that I needed to get my energy down, it was more likely that it was a sign of a problem with the energy system.
The warm air and the humidity, combined with a low temperature of 38 degrees Celsius, was a big problem for my body.
“I was sweating a lot and felt very dry,” I told my GP.
I was also a heavy sleeper.
The result was that, while I was on my feet and enjoying my morning coffee, I was having trouble concentrating.
And I was feeling very tired.
“You could say I’m tired,” my GP told me.
“You could also say I was stressed.
But I didn’t really understand why.”
At the time, I thought the reason was my body was being overloaded by the heat.
I think it’s something that happens in your blood circulation, where the blood is flowing through your muscles and through your tissues, and your muscles are making too much of it.
“But it was really just that, at the moment, I wasn’t getting enough energy to get me through the day.”
But, a few months later, I started feeling the same thing.
“It was definitely a problem,” I said.
A quick diagnosis and a few more months of research led me to a specialist.
He told me that the cause was an issue with the electrolyte in my body, which was becoming dehydrated.
This meant that the water that was flowing through my veins wasn’t replenishing enough of the electrolytes that were in my blood.
After a thorough blood test, my doctor discovered that this was not the only cause of the problem.
I was now on the right track to get back on track.
But, I needed help.
When I went to the specialist, he explained to me that, when the electrolytic fluid in your body becomes dehydrated, it becomes hard for the body to store and transport energy.
This causes your blood pressure to rise and your heart rate to rise, and the result is a condition called hyperthermia.
Hyperthermia is a serious condition that can cause your body to suddenly overheat.
It can cause a range of problems, including: a sudden drop in your heartrate