Why Are My Hands and Feet Always Cold?

If you always have cold hands and feet, the cause might surprise you. Here are steps you can take to alleviate this uncomfortable issue.

Here are some common reasons for the chilliness. Please note that many medications can alter your body’s functioning, so I’ve omitted them from this story.

If you have an under-acting thyroid, your hands and feet will not only be freezing, but you’ll be cold all over.


When you’re feeling stressed out, your body goes into survival mode and pushes your blood to its core, thereby lessening the amount of blood in your hands and feet.


Anemia is caused when your body doesn’t have enough red blood cells, or ones that don’t function as well as they should, to work correctly.


A condition that causes your body to overreact to cold temperatures, you feel numbness in your fingers and toes until they get warm, then it’s a burning sensation.

Raynaud’s Disease

– Get moving  – Lower your stress levels – Lower your cholesterol levels – Wear socks and slippers

Things to Try for Cold Feet and Hands

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