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How To Avoid Cold Hands When Dieting
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Cold Hands: This likely has to do with circulation in your hands. Here is an excellent article about cold hands by the american society for surgery of the hand: http://www.Assh.Org/public/handconditions/pages/cold-hand.Aspx. Some specific reason include: anemia, diabetes, lupus, raynaud's disease& scleroderma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Babies, like adults, can have cold extremities simply because of the environment. Cyanosis, or a blueish color, to the fingers or hands can be a little more concerning - though not always. I wouldn't be too concerned unless there is consistent cyanosis or a curious change/decrease in finger/hand movement. Use mittens and if you're really concerned, talk with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nutritional cause?: Cold hands and feet could mean nutritional deficiencies. That's not so bad, but inadequate nutrition could lead to much more dangerous health problems. If you're not getting sufficient B12 you might get cold hands and feet. The same is true with magnesium and iron. If the diet you're on is missing key nutrients! you need a better diet. Could be nonnutritional causes too. Talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Raynaud's Phenomenon: Cold hands and cold feet are usually seen in patients with Raynaud's Phenomenon.It happens in some s cold feeling in hands and feet.It can be Primary when no cause is found or secondary due to another disease.The small blood vessels are extremely sensitive and close prematurily unlike normal when they open&close to regulate body temp.You need to consult MD as secondary causes need rule out others ...Read more
Warm & observe: There is a fine line between chillblains and frostbite. If you suspect this, you should first institute gentle and slow rewarming of the effected part and monitor the area for tissue loss or death manifected by a loss of sensation or vascular supply. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will cold hands from adderal go away with continued is of 5mg 2xpd? I know it's not good toget cold hands.
I can' t find out: I'm sorry i will not be able to answer this question. I went back to the fda site and they did not list the recovery or time of recovery for anyone who developed raynaud's while on adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine). Personally. I would switch meds to play it safe. ...Read more
Glucose was 42 out in cold hunting. Rechecked twice same thing, felt fine other than cold. Felt horrible in house when glucose 56 earlier? Cold hands?
Common sensation.: But usually nothing is found. The things we worry about are circulatory and nerve problems. Rarely is this a presenting problem of endocrine or rheumatologic disease. To be honest the VAST majority of patients with this complaint have no significant finding to suggest anything wrong with them. ...Read more
Cold feet and hands: Pernio is caused by exposure to cold for a long period of time without freezing or by very wet conditions. Raynauds syndrome is an abnormal narrowing of the blood vessels with cooling of the fingers or toes. Cryoglobulins are proteins, which are normally dissolved in the blood, that become solids or gels when cold. These are some causes of cold hands and feet. ...Read more
Cold Hands: This likely has to do with circulation in your hands. Here is an excellent article about cold hands by The American Society for Surgery of the Hand: http://www.assh.org/Public/HandConditions/Pages/Cold-Hand.aspx. Some specific reason include: anemia,Buerger's Disease, diabetes, lupus, Raynaud's Disease& Scleroderma. ...Read more
Less blood flow to..: Less blood flow to the hands will cause colder hands (blood is warm). Emotions, brain and nerve signals, medications, some foods and some compounds found in foods, ambient temperature, internal body core temperature, etc... Can affect the amount of blood flowing to the hands (or feet, etc...), and so can cause a person to have cold hands. ...Read more
Cold hands: Do they turn red, white, & blue? Do you smoke? You may have either raunaud's disease (vascular spasm) [http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/raynauds-disease/ds00433/dsection=symptoms or buerger's disease (inflamed, swollen, clotted blood vessels—associated with smoking) [http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/buergers-disease/ds00807] see doc for eval & treatment. Stop smoking! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Here is a great article on the subject: http://www.Assh.Org/public/handconditions/pages/cold-hand.Aspx. This was written by the american society for surgery of the hand. ...Read more
Cold Hands: But if you have persistently cold hands, particularly if accompanied by color changes, it could be a warning sign. For example, having cold hands could mean you have a problem with the nerves or blood circulation or a problem with tissue damage in your hands or fingers. If you are outside in extreme cold weather and you have cold hands, you should watch for warning signs of frostbite. ...Read more
I always have very cold hands. What could possibly cause this and is there anything I can do to stop them from being so cold (diet, etc.)?
Multiple causes: Get checked: you may have a condition called Reynaud's Syndrome/Disease or vasomotor instability. No matter, you need a physical exam. ...Read more
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