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Why Are My Hands Feet And Nose Always Cold
Raynauds: You either have poor circulation to the area or possibly raynauds phenomenon. This is a condition where the blood vessels in the hands and the feet close up slightly, decreasing the blood flow to these areas. See your doctor as the treatment regimen varies for this condiion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible neuropathy: They are probably two different things...If you have abnormal sense of temperature with numbness and tingling in your feet or burning pain...You may have peripheral neuropathy. As far as the tremor is concerned, they may be qualified further as occurring when at rest, posture holding or with action. ...Read more
Sweaty hands & feet: You may have hyperhidrosis, which is caused by a hyperactive sympathetic nervous system, causing the sweat glands in the hands and feet to produc excessive sweat. Sweating brings your temperature down, which can make your hands and feet feel cold to touch. Cold extremities can be caused by peripheral vascular disease, raynaud's phenomenon or buerger's disease. Anxiety is another consideration. ...Read more
Blood flow pattern: One common reason is that our hands and feet are locations of terminal circulation, therefore the blood flow pattern is different in these areas. Therefore with use the increased flow to these areas causes increased redness relative to other areas with a more brisk flow pattern. Be glad they aren't more white, which may be an indicator of poor blood flow. ...Read more
How hot ?: Is it just warm or hot as in burning ? If you have burning kind of hot it is of clinical significance . If could be due to irritation of nerves . If you feel that you have he latter , check with your pcp. Good luck. ...Read more
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
Cold feet: Cold feet could be caused by Raynauds syndrome, or could be vascular issues, etc. Best to get your feet evaluated to be sure. Raynaud's can cause a vasospasm of the arteries reducing blood flow. In about 40 percent of people who have Raynaud's, it affects the feet/toes. It is relatively benign. Treatments include wearing warm, thick socks, and simply keeping your feet warm. Rarely meds r needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My hands and feet are cold. Is this raynounds syndrome? even when I have socks on my feet are cold.
Not necessarily.: Per Mayo clinic, Sx’s include: "Cold fingers or toes, Color changes in your skin in response to cold or stress, Numb, prickly feeling or stinging pain upon warming or stress relief. During an attack of Raynaud's, affected areas of your skin usually first turn white. Then, the affected areas often turn blue and feel cold and numb.” See: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/raynauds-dise ...Read more
Why do my hands sweat when they are cold ? Sometimes im also feeling hot but my hands are ice cold and sweating
Other symptoms...: What other symptoms are you experiencing? If your hands hurt and fingertips get bluish or pale this might be Raynauds disease caused by spams of blood vessels in the area. If you are having tiredness, fatigue, joint pain, constipation, among others it might be related to thyroid disease. There are other possibilities so you need to see your doctor for exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
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