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Why Is My Nose Always Cold
Normal: We loose heat through our extremities (hands, and feet) and our ears and nose. That is why in winter time you have to keep these parts more covered than the rest. ...Read more
My nose is always stuffy an I always seem to have a cold even on sumers 3 years already (i work in a fish procesor so its always cold) what's wrong?
Raynauds seems to be getting worse. Can't get feet or fingers warm most of the time and its a really discomforting sensation. Nose always cold too.?
Medication: Consult with vascular specialist to see if you qualify for vasodilator therapy. ...Read more
It's summer time and I'm always cold in the house when the air conditioner is on, and I 'm loosing hair on the head. Could it be thyroids? African ame
Possibly: Thyroid disease can cause hair thinning, weight change, and cold intolerance among other symptoms. Best to see you medical doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
I'm always cold and exhausted I wake up unrefreshed have to nap in afternoon head feels tired all the time what could it be I've memory loss too?
Hormonal?: You MAY have a hormonal imbalance such as thyroid or insulin. Please see you doc who can test you and help. You may also be depressed. Both may be happening. Consider seeing a mental health professional after the doc. Get treatment, not only medication if offered. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I suffer from the shakes, bad head and back ache, im always cold when its warm, bad belly cramping with pinky/red spotting. What could be causing this?
My heart is pulsating head hurts slight stomach pain and I wanna puke after meals and I'm always cold sometimes shortness of breath?
Why is my nose always blocked in the mornings? It has been blocked since a cold 3 months ago. No matter how much I blow it still stays blocked.
Rhinitis: The nose is usually more congested in the morning, but an irritation like allergies, a cold or environmental pollutants can aggravate the problem. Sometimes blowing the nose will make it even worse. It causes more nasal swelling from the force of blowing. You should see an ENT doctor. ...Read more
No- check thyroid: It is not normal to feel cold all the time when pregnant. Many women develop hypothyroidism during pregnancy. Being cold is a common symptom of low thyroid. Hypothyroidism can affect your baby's development & increase the chance of miscarriage, so please ask your doctor to check your thyroid asap. Many doctors only check tsh; ask have your free T3 (liothyronine) & T4 and anti-thyroid antibodies tested as well! ...Read more
Cold: Hard to know until you see a doctor who will take your medical history, what foods you are eating, what meds you are on, etc. You will then be examined and lab tests will be ordered. Once you both know if there is something that needs treating or you need to see a specialist all things should fall into place. ...Read more
Try a decongestant: You may want to try a decongestant (orally or nasal spray) to help you breathe better. This can help decrease the swelling in your nose related to your cold. Be aware that the oral decongestant may increase your heart rate or blood pressure so if you have high blood pressure or heart issues, you should avoid this. Saline nasal sprays or nasal irrigation may be helpful as well. ...Read more
Need more info: Not sure I understand, need more info. If you mean the temperature of the skin over your abdomen, that just might mean a difference in blood flow to the skin covering the abdomen versus the skin on the arm or leg ...Read more
Symptomatic relief: Cold tips: for sore throat – gargle with warm salt water (1/2 tsp salt in 8 oz of water). * for congestion – saline nose drops or a neti pot. *for anti-inflammatory effect ; mobilizing mucus- homemade chicken noodle soup.**for hydration- lots of water. Try clear broth. * add honey ; a small amt. Of lemon juice to chamomile tea. ...Read more
Rhinorrhea: The mere act of inhaling and exhaling cools nasal secretions, therefore when you blow your nose the "snot" is cooler than your body temperature. Also, the colder the outside temperature is, the colder your nasal secretions are. ...Read more
Primary Raynaud's?: When someone has cold hands without other significant joint or skin problems it is most likely primary raynaud's; the arteries to the hands constrict, making them colder than the reset of the body, and it is worse in colder weather. Without other significant health complaints this is a benign diagnosis. ...Read more
No: You may have symptoms that predominate on one side, but the viruses that cause cold don't know left from right. The nasal cycle is a a natural rhythm of swelling of nasal passages which alternates from left to right and may exacerbate symptoms. ...Read more
Nasal congestion: How old is joelle? For kids, you can irrigate the nose with saline. Make your own by adding 1 qt of water to 1 tsp salt and irrigate the nose with 20 to 50 cc of salt water. You can try an over the counter decongestant for kids. If an adult, you can use sudafed 1 to 2 tabs 3 times a day. You can try topical decongestants like afrin (oxymetazoline) or neosinephrine for only 3 days. Any longer you will get hooked. ...Read more
Cold hands: The most common cause of cold hands is decreased blood flow to your hands. Pending a visit to your doctor you should consider wearing gloves when possible. ...Read more
Mucus color: One of the oldest methods of determining a persons health, is to notice the color, smell, and consistency of various bodily fluids. A brown mucus, is likely the result of bacterial overgrowth or infection. This could be a sinusitis and require antibiotics to treat. If this is new, and happening more than just once, I would recommend an evaluation by a physician. Also note any fever or chills. ...Read more
You need a nose exam: Nasal blockage is common and has many underlying causes. Viruses, allergies, and medical conditions such as deviated septum, low thyroid, tumors and pregnancy can all cause a stuffy or blocked nose. "aging" nose cartilages are another cause of nasal blockage. As we age, our nasal cartilages can "wear out" and the nose begins to collapse with inspiration. See your pcp or an ENT if blockage persists. ...Read more
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