The symptoms described are quite vague. How often do these symptoms occur? How old is the person experiencing them? Are there any other changes in your body you don't think are related to these symptoms specifically?
But from the symptoms listed above it could be one of several things.
Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) causes all of these symptoms. So ask yourself, do the symptoms disappear after eating sugary food?
It could be epilepsy
It could be an adverse reaction to medication if you are taking any.
Either way go see a doctor!
Some signs and symptoms may include: headache, a feeling of cold, numbness, dizziness, grogginess, shivering, cyanosis, tingling sensation, stiffness in arms and legs, low blood pressure, excess shivering, pale skin, change in consciousness, slow reflexes, seizures, and of course, low body temperature.
Yes. The main function of water in the body is to regulate temperature (maintain homeostatic balance). When you get extremely dehydrated your body becomes imbalanced and has a difficult time maintaining a regular temperature of 98 degrees. The usual symptoms are uncontrollable shivering and mild confusion.
If you are feeling these symptoms, you might be having a stroke. Other symptoms of a stroke include sudden confusion, trouble speaking, and a severe headache.
There are many different symptoms of TIA. To be more specific, numbness, tingling and weakness in your face are just a few. Other well known ones is sudden confusion.
One who has a kidney infection will display a number of symptoms. Some of the most common symptoms include pain in the side, shivering, a temperature and loss of appetite.
Hypothermia is the term used to refer to the body losing heat faster than it can produce it. Symptoms of hypothermia include shivering, lack of coordination, slurred speech, and numbness in the extremities.
Common symptoms of a mild stroke include, but are not limited to: sudden numbness or weakness in the limbs or face (especially on one side of the body), impaired speech or difficulty understanding, confusion, dizziness and loss of balance, severe headache and vision impairment.
shivering and euphoria
if hypoxia develops gradually symptoms include altitude sickness, light headedness, fatigues, numbness, tingling of extremities, nausea and anorexia. In severe hypoxia ataxia, confusion, disorientation, hallucinations, behavioral change, severe headaches, and reduced level of consciousness.
weakness of limbs; tingling or numbness of fingers
Hypothermia symptoms include:Uncontrollable shivering (although, at extremely low body temperatures, shivering may stop)Weakness and loss of coordinationConfusionPale and cold skinDrowsiness - especially in more severe stagesSlowed breathing or heart rateSigns of hypothermia that can be observed by other people include the following:Slowing of pace, drowsiness, fatigueStumblingThickness of SpeechAmnesiaIrrationality, poor judgmentHallucinationsLoss of perceptual contact with environmentBlueness of skinDilation of pupilsDecreased heart and respirationStuporDeathIf any of the following are observed, the person is in need of immediate medical attention:Poor articulation of wordsDisorientationDecrease in shivering followed by rigidity of musclesCyanosis (Blueness of Skin)Slowness of pulse, irregular or weak pulse