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  • lilyrose
    Answered by lilyrose
    ears ago

    yeah i will sit infront of a fan n not move unless i really have to. I hate it if its hot & there is no breeze, others are outside enjoyin it but it makes me feel crap

  • SADgirl_814
    Answered by SADgirl_814
    ears ago

    I can't stand being hot or sweating, so yes. I get extremely anxious and irritable.

  • Answered by
    ears ago

    Yes, it can with mine, one of my main fears even though it has never happened is fainting, I think I will often and when I get hotter it obviously leads to anxiety and getting more stressed and irratable as I can't stand the heat, basically leading to not feeling much air to breath and leading to more anxiety.

  • Answered by
    ears ago

    I would say yes. This happened today. It was so warm and I went out and i felt even worse because it was so warm and just like zlong said with the fainting. I have fainted once before because I was too warm and there were people there when I fainted. I am afraid to faint because of this. Heat makes me ill. I feel sick in heat and also right headed which are things I feel as well with anxiety so all this could cause me to faint again and this time, in a more public place which is hard.

  • Answered by
    ears ago

    I guess kind of. As stupid as this may sound, I really wouldn't want to end up sweating if I stay outside for a while in the sun, especially if there's other people around. Plus I can't stand being anywhere where there's direct sunlight if I'm around people too, but that's a different story. It's kind of hot where I am now and the heat mixed with a few other things that's making my day a little off is making me all grumpy and upset.

  • Answered by
    ears ago

    yes! I went to six flags a few years ago (twice) when it was not super hot but at least 75 degrees outside and got so nervous about the heat that I blacked out. I mean I was still awake and moving but my vision completely left me until I calmed down. Very scary!

  • ttlt15
    Answered by ttlt15
    One year ago

    Heat definitely triggers my anxiety. I sleep with 3 fans on me every night, and typically keep one around me during the day as well. I am also guilty of leaving my window open in the winter.

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