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Chills When Laying Down

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Does anyone get chills just when they lay down? I will be fine upright doing whatever than instantly when I lay down flat the chills just shoot through me and I feel freezing.

Dayna

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I usually get chills when I'm doing too much.....but I don't know if it's only when I lay down?

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I get them every night as I am drifting off to sleep. The goosebumps wake me.

Dawn

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Guest dionna

yeah i do!!! i thought it was strange but never thought to bring it up!!! i am always waking my honey up shivering and the temp would be well over 72 and he has me under multiple blankets! so i know it isn't the temperature. poor guy, he tries everything he can just to get a good night's sleep with out waking up to me acting like i am having a seizure or something. lol.

dionna ;)

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Most of the time it seems as soon as I sit still I am chilly. Doesn't matter what time of year or where the thermostat is set. I love my blankets. Often when I get into bed it is really hard for me to warm up. I snuggle my dear husband and put an extra blanket on my side of the bed.

Amy

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Yes! I have to turn the electric blanket on BEFORE I get into bed and turn it off before I fall asleep.

Later in the night I often wake up HOT and kick off the blankets. Seems like my body's thermostat is broken. :P

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I seem to deal with chills and goose bumped skin all the time, morning, noon and night. The only time I seem to warm up a bit is when I am layng down under the blankets, but as soon as I get up in the morning I get so cold and my hands and feet become ice. It is such and uncomfortable feeling

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