Sufferers of the fibromyalgia syndrome tend to sweat profusely without cause. They might be led to believe that they have a fever because of the similar indicators, though no rise in body temperature has occurred.
The excessive degree of sweating is caused by dysfunction on the part of the brain, called the hypothalamus, that regulates automatic involuntary bodily functions like heart rate, gastrointestinal secretion and blood pressure.
This symptom of fibromyalgia may be treated with a combination of pharmaceutical medication and specific adaptations to lifestyle aimed to help keep patients dry and cool as often as possible.
While many of these regular symptoms of fibromyalgia may be seen as irregular and unusual, nearly all of them respond positively to general approaches in treatment.
It is always wise to be honest with your doctor about any and all symptoms that you encounter as well as their degree of seriousness.
You must work together to develop a treatment plan and re-target those areas that don’t immediately respond to your first treatment approach.
Source: Chronic Body Pain