The phrase “cold hands, warm love” is cute, but that’s not what cold hands can point to.
When the low temperatures are normal, your hands are cold, because the circulation system regulates the overall body heat. However, there are some symptoms that you need to pay attention if your hands are cold on hot days.
Signs of warning
These symptoms are signs of warning that there is some problem with veins and circulation and that you should contact your doctor:
1. Persistent cold hands and feet
2. Change the color of the skin
5. Roots and Envelopes
6. Tightened skin
What do they suggest?
Diseases commonly associated with cold hands include: anemia, burger disease, diabetes, peripheral artery disease (PAD), Rainaud’s disease, and scleroderma. These are all disorders that can reduce blood circulation in the limbs. The doctor can diagnose where the underlying problem is and suggest a suitable treatment. Also, constantly cold hands and feet can be a reaction to certain drugs such as beta-blockers and thyroid and migraine drugs.
Frostbite is a consequence of many cool hands. When the body is exposed to the temperature below the freezing point for a long time, the skin tissue can freeze and fade. The frostbite most often occurs on the hands, feet, nose and ears. You may feel tingling or tingling, and your skin may look white like wax. In the heavier cases of the skin, blisters may occur. If you think you have frostbite, go to your doctor or emergency help for immediate evaluation.