Do you drink medicine for your colds? The medicines more often than not, cause drowsiness. But if you’re not taking any medicine & feel drowsy..it may be part & parcel of your condition. Are you sure it’s just colds and not flu?
From your story, I think the damage to your skin might have been aggravated by some of the products you put on it before. It’s dangerous to “try everything” on our skin so maybe by the time you went to your dermatologist, it’s already a different case, not merely a result of sunburn. The thing is, there is no quick fix to such problems. We should not expect it to improve immediately. Continuous follow-up with your dermatologist is a must because there is always a need for re-assessment. How your skin reacted to the initial treatment may guide your doctor to revise how he would manage your condition. :)
There are sunglasses with UV protection..you might want to try one of those :)
Before I can answer your question, mind to share me the exact indication why you are using it? Your age and other comorbidites? ^^
Cold weather makes our skin dry, which causes the pruritus or “itch”. Just be sure you are properly hydrated and moisturized by drinking lots of water and applying lotion to your skin.
I am also, thinking at the back of mind, a possible differential which is Psoriasis. HOWEVER, this usually affects flexural areas of our body and our face. Cold weather aggravates it. The absence of a rash or points against it though.
Lactose intolerance actually more frequently appears during adulthood. You are most probably suffering from primary lactose intolerance, which means that you lack a certain enzyme called “lactase” that helps digest lactose. The best way is really to avoid lactose-containing products. Stress can cause stomach ache due to the increased secretion of gastric acid. It can also induce contractions of our stomach & intestines which further bring about discomfort. It is a normal response to stress but if the symptoms bother you, you may take antacids. Relaxation techniques like deep breathing can also help ^^
Avoiding sweets, drinking lots of water and taking lozenges may help. Don’t try to “clear” your throat as it dries/irritates it more.
There are several causes, so it depends. It’s best to consult your gynecologist. But yes, some are dangerous like cancer.
There are no studies yet to be published in the medical society about alkaline water. Alkaline water simply assures you that you are drinking water within the alkaline pH range, not acidic. To be honest, I would still drink regular water. Unless maybe you skip meals often or is very fond of eating sour/acidic food. :)
Hi there! Cold intolerance is a symptom of hypothyroidism. Feeling of fatigue or weakness is also a symptom of this condition. It doesn’t explain the tingling sensations you have though. Patients with hypothyroidism usually have weight gain and have a feeling of lethargy. I advise you to have your thyroid hormone levels checked because if it indeed Hypothyroidism, it can be easily managed, unless you already had it for so long. You don’t have an anterior neck mass/lump by any chance?