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    Hi, First I'm going to say I'm not asking for medical advice. I am just wondering why this happens.

    When I'm watching ski videos, I get chills. Even though it's about 15 above c. (59 f)

    But when I'm in my room, it's colder (I open the window)

    It's -10 c (14 f) in there, and I don't get chills.


    Wondering why watching ski videos makes me feel cold.


    I was cold the last time I went skiing, wind was coming through the back of my jacket and it was -30 c (-22 f) And I was getting chills, which is normal. So maybe the memory of skiing somehow makes me cold?


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    People connect memories with sounds, images, smells and taste. But the chills could also just be the memory itself. I can get chills from having an idea, from finally solving a difficult problem, or by accomplishing something. You may just like skiing, or respond to white moving images.

    Try looking to snowboard video's then ice skating, and see how far it goes. It's the only way to know for sure.


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    May be you must be feeling the chills from your skiing experience. It is just a normal think and you will get better with time.
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    Stop watching ski videos and that will solve your problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by katherinesummey View Post
    May be you must be feeling the chills from your skiing experience. It is just a normal think and you will get better with time.
    ya i went skiing again, and it stopped.
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    psychology is da king.. haha.

    No but seriously, psychology is extremely powerful. That is, when applied correctly.
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    I frequent a hotel in Houston, spending several weeks of each year there. The rooms, naturally, all have the same basic design. There is a cupboard that projects over the small kitchen area. I caught my head on the corner of it once. Now, if I get anywhere near it, my heads hurts in that spot. It is a simple survival mechanism reminding us of possible danger.
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