Why Are My Hands Turning Cold and Blue only in the winter?
Hi, I would like to know why sometimes my hands turn Blue and cold, I have been told that my hands are like that because they are "bloodless". The problem is that my hands do that only in the winter. My friends and I joke that they are dead, because sometimes they are so blue and cold that they seem like they are going to fall off, on the other hand(no pun intended) I feel nothing, I don't feel cold or some kind of pain. I'm getting these also when I am dressed warmly. Can someone please tell me why is this happening and why only in winters?
This sounds like a circulatory problem. You need to talk to a doctor about this.
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 Catherine Simmons5 years ago
Do changes in the weather, or season affect your health?Often people find that changes in the season affect their health...sometimes it's mood, but there can also be physical reactions. Does anyone have experiences of...
by Jonesy505 years ago
I've seen the stories of how the anti-gun liberals are using the deaths of children to further their agenda. I've seen the stories of the anti-gun committee lead by the completely inept Uncle Joe Biden. I've seen the...
by Jill Kostowskie7 years ago
How does the winter make you feel?For myself the winter offers a sense of calmness. I love the cold and the snow!!! I always feel that is seems more quiet and peaceful when there is snow on the ground. ...
by BkCreative5 years ago
If washing hands is important to prevent colds and flu, why do we follow the handshaking tradition?In other cultures, people do not greet by shaking hands, why do Americans? This is a sure way to spread germs yet it is...
by dingdong6 years ago
Many of them are picturised having many heads and many hands with all holding weapons and looking scary.Aren't they supposed to be embodiment of love?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.