Since the previous question my GP has tested for all your suggestions - and more and found nothing of note other than a deficiency in Vitamin D, which he is treating with capsules. In addition, he suggests that I have poor circulation (noticeable by the colouration of my hands). My BP is normal, my cholesterol is low, I drink little and my diet is good but not excellent. I haven't smoked for the last 7 years. I walk every day of the year and cover approximately 2,000 each year.
My sleep pattern is as previously described. I would appreciate any additional advice.
The strange thing about the "poor circulation" is that I can walk significant distances without any pain other than a warm sensation on the soles of my feet. When I am at rest, after the walk, there is a sensation of coldness in the feet but the flesh is warm to the touch.
Thanks for this and for your patience. When I talk about burning sensations in bed, they result in sweating which wakes me up...... can be a cycle of two or three times. Would the burning sensations you describe produce the sweats.