Went to lab this morning. I woke up a bit too early and was too tired anyways. I had a lot of blood drawn, I counted 16 tubes and closed my eyes. Naturally I was nervous, but I was not sweating nor my heart was pounding, but I have these shaking/shivering. Took quite long time to draw that much blood and nurse kept asking am I ok. But I didn't feel bad nor ill.
After blood was drawn I went to cafe and bought orange juice and sat on the bench waiting for my dad and was just shaking/shivering every few minutes. I do not think its just about being nervous that I would be just anxious as I have had that after local anesthesia, I just start shaking. Was very big trouble after spinal numbing years ago, it went away when one nurse got good idea to give me candies. But I can have it after eating something not suitable, or in the morning if my body temperature is 35.5, or after cold/flu/fever.
So is it like adrenaline/cortisol/thyroid/blood sugar related? Tho it was sort of cold too -12. Orange juice helped a bit and shivering/shaking passed. But my body was working very hard to warm me up. Took an hour to get to home and I had cup of coffee and cigarette and felt very awful. Having proper breakfast helped and now feeling okish except super tired, achy and freezing cold.
Unfortunately I cannot get used to it, even though having it coming and going for almost 20 years