When my bs levels are high, I usually feel warmer than other people in the room. It doesn't matter if its very hot or freezing cold. The thing is, this seems to be a fairly new occurrence (for me.) I know it can't be menopause. I just turned 29!
For me, my temp. gets warmer when my bs levels are low and when extremely low I begin to sweat. I never noticed my temp. get warm when bs is high. I have had type 1 for 40 yrs. (0 complications so far).
When my blood sugar is low, I get a cold sweat, but not really "warm". Recently, I have noticed that when my sugars are higher, I get warm, like "microwave" warm. From the inside out. However, I have to also take into account that sometimes it is not my sugars, it is that certain time during the month.....
@Jenna: It is definitely something to look into. Other people have commented when I begin layering or taking layers off when I get cold. From the other posts I have seen, not too many people have experienced it with high bs.
@Gina: I never really noticed it until a few years ago. I see my endo soon. I will mention it to him and see what he says. I wonder if it could be some kind of hormone issue........?
I will, Gina. In fact, I'm experiencing this high blood sugar/high body temp problem right now! I know its related to Homeostasis, but that's about it. I haven't found much relating to this issue on the Net.