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Why Do My Hands Get So Cold After I Exercise
Natural response: During and after vigorous exercise, the heart works to pump blood to the more important parts of the body, like the brain and the muscles that are working. To do that, the blood vessels in the extremities will tighten allowing blood to be shunted to the parts noted above, . ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
Why I always have the hands cold? In summer too. When I do exercise my hands get hotter, but just in that moment.
Circulation and some: Specific medical conditions may contribute to this. Please see your physician for assessment. Take care. ...Read more
When I exercise, my skin gets cold and clammy. At night, my hands often swell and get hot. I get dizzy often when I get out of bed. What's going on?
Circulation changes: Anxiety has many physiological consequences including increased heart rate, increased respiratory rate, dry mouth, increased frequency of urination and changes in peripheral circulation. Your hands might get cold as a result of reduction in blood flow to your hands. Numbness and tingling can also result. Some of these peripheral consequences can be mitigated by the use of a beta-blocker. ...Read more
Neuropathy?: A disorder in the nerves that supply your hand can cause this. Your doctor may need to refer you to a neurologist ...Read more
Why do my hands get red randomly? I haven't gone outside today. My house isn't cold. They sometimes tingle a bit, but not always.
Hands red: Hands get red if they are inflamed or warm See your PCP for this problem ...Read more
Why do my hands get red and a little warm from time to time? It happend today, and I didn't go outside at all. It isn't cold in my house either.
Need more info: Do you take any medications, are you being treated for any chronic illnesses like diabetes? There are one or two other things that can cause this to occur like wearing something that interferes with blood supply in your armor wrist. To be sure I would suggest you see your family physician. ...Read more
My temperature is running 97.5 or 97.6 my arms and hands get so cold they painfully ache. Could this be a problem?
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: 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
Check thyroid: Low thyroid levels can cause this issue get checked for thyroid hormones. ...Read more
My hands keep on getting cold, not normal cold but freezing ice cold at random times and go back to normal I get so cold why is this happening? ; (
Cold hands: One potential cause of sudden and extremely cold hands can be due to raynaud's phenomenon, which is when the arteries into the hands constrict. Cold exposure can trigger it, even by something as seemingly insignificant as taking an item out of a refrigerator or freezer. Smoking and emotional stress can also cause it to happen. It can be a sign of another underlying disease. See your doctor. ...Read more
Cold blue fingers:
History of aches and pains in the body can be a sign of a autoimmune or inflammatory disorder
Associated circulatory problems and fingers or you can have a primary circulation problem in fingers were can be related to any number of things endocrine hormonal like thyroid or diabetes you should have your PCP evaluate you and get some blood work ...Read more
See your doctor: It is possibly Raynaud's. You need to be evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
Hands turn red when I exercise, get nervous, and temp change? Is it something I should worry about?
Why are my hands and feet cold? Also my hands are mottled when then get cold. I have smoked for 2 years and will quit.
Good to quit!:
There are exams and tests to do.
Raynaud's is a known entity with color and spasm but full history and testing required. ...Read more
Why my hands stay cold rather get cold very easily other people around me in the same place. If we shake hands my hands are very cold and there's are very warm my hands get very cold easily.
There are multiple causes of cold hands. Regardless a medical evaluation is in order. I will list some of the most common causes;
anemia-decreased number of red blood cells
buerger's disease-blocked blood vessels in hands and feet
diabetes-high amounts of sugar in the blood
peripheral artery disease (pad)-blocked arteries
raynaud's disease-nerve disorder resulting in cold blue hands
please see your doctor.
Good luck. ...Read more
Stress, Meds, Thyroid:
meds-aspecially beta blockers for heart
hyperthyroid or medication imbalance. ...Read more
Raynaud's disease: Depending on the cause of your symptoms, medications may help treat Raynaud's, home remedies or combination of both. Calcium channel blockers, Alpha blockers and vasodilators are common agents. The best is find one drug that works better for you than another. See your physician for a professional treatment. ...Read more
May be hives: You do not describe any associated rash with the itching but if you get welt like lesions along with your rash you may have a rare type of hives called cold urticaria. A condition called raynaud's is also triggered by exposure to cold but is not usually associated with itching. Your best bet is to consult with a dermatologist. ...Read more
Adrenergic response: It has to do with the body's receptivity to adrenergic activity which is turn has to do with release of Epinephrine (adrelanine) and like substances in the blood stream. Its a common human experience, the body's way of communicating with the mind telling it something is not right. If happens when not nervous, than other possibilities must be considered. ...Read more
I get cold sores, what is the likely hood of spreading that to the gentitles of someone just through hand contact?
1: Go to your local pharmacist who will help you select the best remedy.
2: Don't have hand contact till your cold sores are gone. ...Read more
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