Cold all the time?

Aug 30, 2012 by     2 Comments    Posted under: Blog Posts, Cold Weather

It’s been a cold winter and our lazypatch suits are great for those with medical problems associated with being cold. We will be there to help you feel warmer, but it is always a good idea for a medical checkup if you feel cold all of the time.

Maybe you could be suffering from the following:

The thyroid produces hormones to help your body convert oxygen and calories into energy. In hypothyroidism it works too slowly.

If your hands and feet feel numb or tingly, you could have type 2 diabetes. It develops when your body is unable to process insulin, the hormone that helps cells convert blood sugar into energy.

If your fingers, toes, ears or nose hurt when exposed to the cold, you may have Raynaud’s. The artery wall muscles go into spasm, interrupting the blood supply to hands or feet.

If you don’t have enough haemoglobin in your red blood cells, oxygen can’t be effectively carried from the lungs to the rest of the body. It is often caused by low iron.

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Source: Body + Soul: Why women feel the cold more than men.



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