- Jun 28, 2013
- MBTI Type
- Instinctual Variant
The worse the fever, the worse I feel.
So the lower you feel, the hotter you feel?
Jupiter the planet is quite like that!
If you are getting literal fevers, often, then you should probably go to a doctor. Regular fevers arent normal, and even if it is psychosomatic its probably best to talk to someone who has a greater knowledge base and would be better able to help you than us.
Go get this stuff checked out. You are an adult, yout have regular transportation and a stable income and since you work in a school... cheap to free healthcare I would expect.
There is no reason NOT to get this stuff checked out. Help yourself, help you help yourself.
I've read that there's a new theory that depression may be caused by inflammation, I dont know a lot about it besides that headline (I think it was a title of a book or something like that) but its one possible avenue to consider given what you are saying.
Opinion's divided on this one, there's different models of mental illness/health, like they dont all agree that its organic, there's some interesting social/network models, the best explanations that I've known personally are interdisciplinary and consider multi-factor causation but from what you are saying that sounds like a potential organic issue, then again there's chicken and egg issues maybe, does the depression cause the fevers or vice versa, I guess.
Hope you get some relief man, appreciate this is not an academic question for you.
Ibuprofen treats inflammation too, which is interesting considering the other thesis.