Everyone who suffers from multiple sclerosis also suffer from a type of sensitivity to various temperatures. If you have multiple sclerosis, it is important that you learn as much as you possibly can about temperature sensitivity.
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Signs and symptoms of Temperature Sensitivity
There are many different symptoms regarding temperature sensitivity in people who diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Usually, there are symptoms that the patient has experienced before or that are reoccurring due to the exposure to heat.
The symptoms can be mild for some patients, and they usually may be severe to other patients. The symptoms are mentioned here:
1. Many patients find that they experience a decrease in the community of basic cognitive functions. These functions include, but are not limited to: the thought process, remembering, the perceptions that this individual experiences, and reasoning routines.
2. Many will find that their legs and arms become numb in higher temperature.
3. Muscle weakness is common among people in higher temperature.
4. Fatigue or exhaustion is a common clinical complaint among older adults.
5. It is very common for your vision to become affected throughout high temperatures.