Sleep Disorders

Question
Posted by: M.i | 2018/01/20

Q.

I fall asleep immediately when it becomes too cold

It usually happens when I'm not on the move. If the weather becomes too cold (even if I'm fully clothed and secured from the wind), I become very tired and fatigued. If I stop moving, sit or lie down, I will black out and fall asleep. What's happening? Example- I was once sitting in class with this 2 powerful AC turned on, turning the class into a freezing nightmare. It became so cold that I couldn't function in class. I remember looking at my shoes for a moment, and the next thing I hear is the teacher asking me if I'm alright and waking me up by talking to me. It's becoming real annoying and a true hassel during the winter. What's wrong with me?

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