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8 Signs Of Severe Illness Behind Cold Feet And Hands You Shouldn't Ignore

It's obvious to feel cold in feet and hands in the winter season. But feeling something in excess can be an indication of a serious health disorder. Have you ever tried to figure out the reasons behind your cold feet and hands? If not, then check out these 8 health issues which may be caused due to cold feet and hands.

 

 

8 Signs Of Severe Illness Behind Cold Feet And Hands You Shouldn't Ignore

8 Signs Of Severe Illness Behind Cold Feet And Hands You Shouldn't Ignore

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1) Autoimmune Disorder

1) Autoimmune Disorder

Skin disease can be the reason behind cold feet and hands. Infection of blood vessels can be caused due to systemic lupus erythematosus. Reduction in blood circulation may be disturbed due to the small blood vessels in the feet causing cold feet and hands.

2) Reynaud's Phenomenon

2) Reynaud’s Phenomenon

When your feet and hands freeze due to the change in temperature, arteries supplying the blood get constricted and may even narrow down to the extremities. This condition is called as vasospasm. The arteries may also get dense thus impeding the circulation of blood. It may also affect the color of your fingers and toes from white to blue to red. You may also feel numbness in your feet and hands.

3) Hindrance in Blood Circulation

3) Hindrance in Blood Circulation

When the heart doesn't function properly, cholesterol gets lumped up in blood vessels affecting the circulation of blood in the body. It may also lead to coldness in your feet and hands.

4) Hypothyroidism

4) Hypothyroidism

When the thyroid gland is unable to secrete the hormones, the body becomes cold intolerant. This might be the cause of cold feet and hands.

5) Low Blood Pressure

5) Low Blood Pressure

Low blood pressure may be caused due to endocrine disorders, particular medicines, dehydration and loss of blood. Low pressure causes coldness in your fingers.

6) Anemia

6) Anemia

Deficiency of hemoglobin or less number of red blood cells is the major cause of Anemia. Anemia impedes the supply of oxygen in the body. May be the reason behind pale skin, breathing problems, faintness, headache, exhaustion, cold feet and hands.

7) Tension

7) Tension

Tension may also be the reason behind cold feet and hands. Long time stress can lead to constriction of blood vessels thus causing cold feet and hands.

8) Smoking

8) Smoking

Plaque in blood vessels may be caused due to the presence of nicotine in the cigarettes which in turn constricts the blood vessels. It results in restricted blood circulation which in turn causes cold feet and hands.

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