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What does that mean if you are constantly cold...?

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The causes of the constant feeling of cold are numerous, but some can be a serious warning. From hormone disorders to anemia, but also to more serious medical conditions.

If you are cold because the temperature dropped by about 10 degrees Celsius in just one day - that is perfectly normal, but if you are shaking while everyone around you is comfortable - that can be an indicator of health problems. Check that one of these reasons is not to blame for the fact that you are constantly freezing.

You are too thin

Low weight, more precisely when your BMI (body mass index) is 18.5 or lower, can mean that you are automatically colder. When you are thin, you lack the appropriate level of body fat that would "isolate" you from the low temperature. Also, in order to maintain such a low BMI, it means that you have either drastically reduced your food intake or eaten almost nothing. And when you skip calories, you slow down your metabolism, which means that it does not produce enough body heat.

Hormone disorder

Cold intolerance can be added to the long list of health problems for which we can thank that butterfly-like gland in the neck.

If you are always cold, it can mean that you suffer from hypothyroidism, which means that your thyroid gland does not secrete enough hormones. And without the proper levels of this hormone, it slows down your metabolism, and prevents your body's "engine" from producing enough heat. Other signs of this problem are: thinning hair, dry skin and weakness.

Anemia

Low iron levels are a common cause of chronic feelings of coldness. Iron is a key mineral that helps red blood cells carry oxygen through the body, which also means bringing heat and nutrients to every cell. Without enough iron, red blood cells can't do their job effectively, and you're cold and shivering.

Poor circulation

If your feet and hands are always icy, and the rest of your body is at a comfortable temperature, you have problems with circulation, which means that due to a certain problem, blood does not reach the extremities. Cardiovascular disease could be the cause of this, as this indicates that the heart is not pumping your blood efficiently or the blockage of the arteries is preventing blood from reaching your fingers. Otherwise, smoking has a very bad effect on the circulation.

Lack of sleep

Lack of sleep can "devastate" your nervous system and reverse the functions in the brain, which affect body temperature. It is not yet completely clear why this happens, although research suggests that insufficient sleep reduces activity in the hypothalamus, the part of the brain responsible for regulating body temperature.

An early sign of diabetes

Uncontrolled diabetes can cause a condition called peripheral nephropathy, which affects the nerves that are responsible for the feeling of touch in your arms and legs.

Numbness and sometimes pain in the arms and legs are felt, and since these nerves are also responsible for sending a message to your brain regarding the sensation of temperature, your arms and legs may also be cold.

Diabetic nephropathy develops gradually, so you may be completely unaware of its existence. But if you have diabetes or have symptoms of the disease, the first three are usually frequent urination, a feeling of fatigue and increased thirst, visit a doctor.

Vitamin deficiency

Winter hardiness can be caused by a lack of vitamin B12, which can be found in foods of animal origin, and plays a major role in reducing the feeling of cold. The body needs vitamin B12 to produce red blood cells that spread oxygen in the body. Lack of this vitamin causes anemia, decreased number of erythrocytes, and eventually cold.

These are some of the causes of the constant feeling of cold ... I hope that you are not constantly cold and that you are in good health, my dear readers.

I wish you all a nice and pleasant night ...

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Thanks for sharing,i've learned from this,i often sleep at past 10 pm thats why im feel.tired in the morning.

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9 months ago

Yes, really when I sleep a little, I feel cold

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9 months ago

I am diabetic and at the same time I have the problem that my extremities are cold and that I am always anemic. everything you wrote is true.

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9 months ago

I don't have a problem with the cold, but I would be very grateful if you would write an article about what it means when we are constantly hot: D: D: D

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9 months ago

I know many people, who have this problem, but I did not know what is leading to it. Now I know. And, it seems very serious to me. This post may save someone's life here.

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9 months ago

From the experience of people from my environment who have some of these problems, I know that is true, and I did not hesitate to write an article about this, because it can really help someone. Thank you for the comment!

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9 months ago

I'm always feeling cold! The doctor prescribed me vitamin B12 and iron tablets :)

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9 months ago

Many times I am feeling cold in my body.Maybe because I am thin and I have a little anemia too.

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9 months ago

Because to anemia and low weight, you most likely have a constant feeling of coldness. Ingest more iron to prevent anemia!

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9 months ago

I am taking iron supplisements.

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