It Feels Cold In The Inner Joint?
Hi, I’m 17 years old, how come the joints on my feet feel cold, but if they don’t hold them cold, can they be caused by not wearing blankets when sleeping? Or it is a symptom of diseases such as rheumatism, etc.?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Joints that feel cold but not when touched, can occur due to various possibilities, including:
Arthritis or arthritis Raynaud's phenomenon Vascular disorders Peripheral nerve disorders Conditions of thyroid or hypothyroid hormone deficiencies
Which of the above possibilities can still be developed again, for example peripheral nerve disorders can be caused by a viral infection, immune system disorders, lack of vitamins, and so forth. Therefore there are quite a lot of possibilities. Our advice, check yourself with a bone doctor or neurologist to get further examination and treatment. With the age of 17 years actually this symptom is rare, therefore direct examination by experts is preferred.
Then, this has nothing to do with not using blankets when sleeping. What you can do while at home is to live a healthy lifestyle overall, keep regular exercise, and avoid cigarette smoke, stress, and eat high nutritious food. So, hopefully answering your question.