Why am I always cold? 3 main reasons why you feel this way all the time
Do you always wonder why I always feel cold and nothing you do relieves me? If so, today you will learn the top 3 reasons for feeling this way. I assure you that if you suffer from constantly cold hands and feet, one of these 3 and possibly all 3 could be the cause of your problems.
Top 3 Reasons To Always Feel Cold!
Hypothyroidism (slow thyroid) – A vast majority of women suffer from weakened thyroid function. Very often this can result in many symptoms which can include a general cold body temperature, difficulty losing weight with weight gain, as well as chronic fatigue. Although men are also at risk, women are the most common to suffer from it. I suggest increasing the iodine in your diet to help easily counteract this, the best sources of iodine will come from sea vegetables (algae) like wakame, kombu, and dulse.
Low blood iron – A very common cause of cold hands and feet as well as dark circles and fatigue. Again, women are at the highest risk for this condition due to monthly blood loss. Athletes are also vulnerable, and vegetarians constantly suffer from this condition, unless they are constantly on the lookout for excellent vegetarian sources of iron. The quickest solution is an iron supplement. Liquid forms are much better, however if iron is not your problem the last thing to do is overconsume it, especially since excess iron fuels the next cause of always feeling cold.
Candida overgrowth – Last and foremost is an overgrowth of candida. What is candida you ask? It is a yeast that lives within all of us. In many of us it will actually change shape to an aggressive fungal form. The trigger for this mutation is many things, but most commonly it is caused by the use of antibiotics / prescription drugs in addition to a diet high in refined foods, specifically sugar. This fungus affects approximately 80% of the population at different levels and has a longer list of symptoms than any other condition.
Some people experience severe digestive problems, fatigue, poor circulation including cold hands and feet, dizziness, a weakened immune system, allergies and chronic infections, depression, anxiety, mental confusion – the list goes on and on.
My suggestion is that if you feel cold all the time and don’t know why, take a quick candida test or online survey to help determine if candida appears to be the cause of your health problems.