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@johnbishop

Hello @1corinthians926, I have issues staying warm myself. In the winter I sleep in a sweatshirt and use electric blankets. When my mother-in-law lived with us for many years before she passed away, we always had to have the house at 78 degrees and I was sweating profusely and would find refuge in the basement. Now it seems I have become her except that I keep the temp around 70 degrees in the winter. I have small fiber PN and my hands get really cold easily. My feet are always cold, even in the summer. It maybe related to autoimmune diseases or just poor circulation but that might also be related to autoimmune diseases. I'm just happy to have a warm coat and gloves when I have to go outside and a warm house to retreat to.

Hoping we can all stay warm ☺

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I also sleep with an electric blanket and three layers of nightwear (including a sweatshirt and pants). I place the electric blanket on top of the bed blankets because of the probability that the electric blanket can do harm to the body. During the day I wear three layers of clothing in the house and I live in Florida. Outside I place a heavy duty coat on top. Peach

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