Ok, so this is my first winter with all my new "ailments" or neuropathy, since it all started for me in the spring this past March.
So one of my worse symptoms has been the burning, which has been so much better and more controlled with benfotiamine.
Just when I think I am learning to live with this new life, the seasons change and it is winter time.
I thought it would be better for my burning since my feet always felt better all summer when I kept them cold, in various ways.
It is now cold, and well, I have a 4,000 sq foot home and I am the only one home during the day so I do not heat it just for me, so it stays chilly during the day. My feet have a new kind of hurting or burning.... it is almost like....freezer burn?? or..how your hands feel when you are out in freezing weather and when you come in and they thaw out they start to hurt???? They still feel like they are burning but it is a new kind of burn...and now they are not red and hot to touch but cold and the burning is inside like freezer burn.
Mind you, it is NOT winter in my house, lol I am not sitting in a freezer, but I am saying I keep a fleece jacket on and im good, without it, it is chilly.
Does anyone else know what I am talking????
Anyone else have symptoms change with the weather??
I am stumped at how to treat this new kind of burn...it is not the same as before.