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Sudden burning in body, skin feels warm to touch under armpits, throat, groin. Possible causes ?

I am about 51 years and recently a condition as erupted in me such that my body seems to be burning up. My skin feels ver warm when I try to touch my self. I also feel excess warm coming through my throat , armpits, groin regions. I sometime feel feverish, but not dizzy. I have no idea what has caused the sudden change in me and my wife fines me burning and avoids me at bed time. What could be the course doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Hi there, thanks for asking. It (feeling warm, dizziness, sweating more than normal amount) could be due to dis-regulation of the sympathetic parasympathetic system in your body. It could be a sign that your heart and circulatory system is trying to work well (but may have some irregular heart beat, etc) or your breathing at night have some problem, etc. It is necessary to tell your doctor about it. He may ask for EKG to see if there is any issue with your heart function. It all the issues mentioned are ruled out, your doctor may reach to the conclusion that anxiety could be the reason. However, he can manage it after a full assessment. I wish you the best health.
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