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Author Topic: Is low blood pressure related to perception of temperature?  (Read 1032 times)

Offline bizerl

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My wife often feels either too hot or too cold. I'm told anecdotally at least that this is a common source of conflict between couples. My wife also has low blood pressure.

So, after my exhaustive scientific research consisting of a sample size of 1, I have concluded that low blood pressure causes an inaccurate perception of temperature.

Before I publish my incredible findings, I thought I'd open the topic up to peer review.  ;D

Any thoughts?


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