With late autumn temperatures begin to drop. Even if the weather has been magnanimous, it starts to get cold. This unpleasant feeling in the autumn and winter season is natural. Be careful, however, because the sensation of cold may not be a natural state but the symptom of something more serious. Being too cold could be a sign of these serious health problems.
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Being too cold could be a sign of these serious health problems
Who does not suffer from cold in winter? What is the woman or man who does not feel cold sensations on a winter day? But if these sensations are heightened and are paired with constant chills, then there may be a health problem lurking. The ones that we will list below in this article are common diseases that could manifest themselves through a strong sensitivity to cold. Especially if this is persistent and affects regardless of the temperature of the environment in which we find ourselves.
Cold hypersensitivity is one of the first signs of poor blood circulation. In this case, the sensation of cold is particularly felt in the hands and feet. If a rubbing or massage does not warm the limbs and does not relieve the cold, then there may be something wrong.
Another blood-related pathology that manifests itself with acute sensations of constant cold is anemia. Those who are anemic suffer from a lack of red blood cells.
Strong cold intolerance can also be a sign of hypothyroidism. Poor thyroid activity causes this disease. Sufferers may experience a strong hypersensitivity to cold.
Hypersensitivity to cold
States of strong cold intolerance could also occur in those with pituitary and hypothalamus problems. The first regulates many of the body’s hormones, the second is responsible for many body functions including temperature.
Finally, the feeling of cold is one of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, even if it is among the less recognized symptoms.
Obviously in cases of doubt the first thing to do is to contact the attending physician clearly indicating the symptoms that are felt.
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