The Soles Of The Feet And Hands Are Often Cold To Pale?
Hello, I want to, I often get it to the hands of the feet so it doesn’t cool down. Until now, the number of products has been increased. This can be normal if compressed with hot water. After compressing the skin with normal legs again. Do you think this is hah?
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The soles of the feet and hands become cold and pale can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Exposure to cold environmental air conditions. Red blood cell deficiency or anemia condition. Conditions for impaired blood circulation to the palms and soles of the feet. Disorders in blood vessels such as the blockage of blood vessels or narrowed blood vessels. Disorders of the thyroid gland (hypothyroidism). Diabetes. Anorexia nervosa. Conditions for sugar deficiency / hypoglycemia. Can be accompanied by symptoms of hands appear to be shaking, weak. To better assess your condition, it is advisable to exercise control with your doctor regarding your condition, examinations and management according to your condition. Investigations such as blood tests can be done to help determine the diagnosis related to your condition.
It is recommended to do sports and routine activities to help blood circulation, compress by immersing the cold part with warm water, avoiding environments that are too cold, avoiding the sitting position that can inhibit blood flow to the soles of the feet such as cross-legged, avoid consuming self-medication without doctor's instructions. .
Hopefully this information can help you,