Why are my little & ring fingers on both hands always freezing cold when the rest of me & my...
hands are warm?
not to scare you or anything, that is a sign that there is trouble in marriage, your honey moon is over, and trouble is in paradise.
My thoughts, though for sure, not definitive and not intended to substitute for what a doc might say, is that your fingers aren't getting enough oxygen and often oxygen is what the cells need for warmth.
Did you recently have trauma to your fingers (like a broken bone or cut?)? Could a ring on your finger be a bit too tight, therefore cutting off or decreasing the circulation to your fingers?
Certain thyroid conditions or nerve disorders can be culprits, too.
A much more extreme cause of this might be 'Raynaud's phenomenon.' I'd have something like this checked out by your doctor or other health practitioner. Hope you warm up!
Generally cold fingers, feet, hands, etc. would indicate poor circulation. My outside fingers get very cold when I'm typing, but not at other times. Posture or position may be a problem. Try moving aorund some and shake or rub your hands to get the circulation going again.
I don't know. I do know that twitching or bending of the ring finger is a common genetic trait of Danes or people descended from Vikings.
There are two nerves which divide the hand, right down the line between the middle and ring finger. The nerve controlling your pinky and ring finger may be having some neuropathy problems due to poor circulation.
by GossipGirlxoxo7 years ago
Why are my hands and feet always so cold when the rest of my body is normal tempature?do i have a problem with me?If my hands aren't ice cubes they get all clamy... it is so wierd and emabarising.
by NGRIA Bassett8 years ago
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by LeeLeePortCity6 years ago
Who named our fingers? Why are they called pinky, ring, middle, index, and thumb?I understand the ring finger is where we put a wedding ring, but only on the left hand. The middle finger is obviously in the middle, but...
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