VisualDude Posted July 13, 2011 Report Share Posted July 13, 2011 Various things can alter body temperature: sauna, long hot bath, nasty hot weather, cold weather (hypothermia), fever, … I ask because my visual symptoms are change this way. Most dramatic is when fighting a cold. Sometime temp is a degree lower and vision is more sluggish. However, during a fever, vision speeds up – lock step with body temp. At 102°F or more, vision is normal – quick, smooth, depth perception good, natural, eyes feel relaxed. Of course the rest of me feels like crap and this isn’t a practical treatment modality. It is well understood that body temperature affects nerve conduction. While velocity remains relatively constant, amplitude is reduce as temperature increase. Appreciate your input... 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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