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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We don't feel chilled to the bone now and then particularly during the winter.
But what does it mean when you just cannot warm up we got this email from a dealer.
-- -- I'm always called my doctor -- my current levels but it was normal.
Is there another reason I test I can have diagnosed my cousin called hands and over -- coldness.
Well sending its good that -- -- has checked your thyroid.
But there are other reasons you may be feeling cold all the time like -- -- body weight I'm told about both muscle mass and body fat using your muscles generate heat and fat acts as an insulation.
Skipping meals the body conserves energy in produces less heat when you don't eat.
Not getting enough sleep can make you feel run down -- less active been anemic this can be checked with a simple blood test.
Hormonal imbalances in women fluctuating estrogen levels can make you sensitive to cold temperatures.
And -- -- the sees the blood vessels as small arteries that supply blood to this game constrict and limit circulation.
You should get a physical -- -- primary care doctor and you may want to think about seeing an endocrinologist.
Do you have a question.
Email me I've got to many of foxnews.com.
Until next time I'm Dr.