Internal heat syndrome

 

A syndrome which has been repeatedly demonstrated in Africa in which the individual suffers from the feeling of heat in the body without increase in temperature. It is a form of somatization and has been linked to depression. It is also a common complaint in those women who suffer from premenstrual syndrome and affects mainly women. It responds to antidepressants.

 

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