2. Cold Hands and Feet

Maybe it's not the numbness of your limbs that you notice, but the chilliness. Your fingers and toes are at extreme points of the body, so it's crucial that good blood circulation maintains and regulates their temperature. If you feel chilly, rub your hands or feet to encourage circulation. An underactive thyroid, peripheral neuropathy and Raynaud's syndrome all cause a cooling effect, so it's important to discuss your symptoms with your doctor.

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