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Re: Problem talking in cold

PostPosted: September 16th, 2014, 11:42 pm
by Yuliasir
MMM,
are you hypermobile? Hypermobile people are extra sensitive to cold in a way to develope tramsient muscle weakness.
even if you are not hypermobile, I believe it is normal enough to have frozen mouth after chewing some ice (why to doit is another question :))

Re: Problem talking in cold

PostPosted: September 19th, 2014, 2:08 am
by Minnman
Yes, I have this problem. I don't know if it is related to BFS or any of my other problems. I am (or have been or used to be) a winter cyclist, and after a period of time exerting myself in the cold, my speech becomes slurred. This is even though I may be sweating under my clothes and generating lots of warmth. I think it is a product of both the cold and the exertion, because just speding a lot of time out in the cold (like taking a long non-strenuous walk) doesn't have the same effect. It never happens in warmer weather, regardless of the exertion.

I have had this problem for at least several years, which is well before I noticed signs of BFS. I don't know if they are connected.