Cold Conditions

If you are one of those people that get cold easily, maybe the condition is medical related. Anemia is a condition that if you don’t have enough healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen to the body’s tissues could be a culprit. You may also feel tired and weak from anemia. Research has shown that it’s common to be overlooked for this condition. More than 10% of people over 65 are anemic. Another condition that can cause you to feel cold all the time is Hypothyroidism. The lack of or low condition of thyroid hormones can cause you to feel cold. Diabetes can cause circulation problems and lead to people feeling cold. A warning sign of peripheral nervous damage is if your feet feel cold, but they aren’t cold to the touch. Diabetes and high blood pressure can lead to kidney disease. Waste can build up and lower your core body temperatures, because the kidneys aren’t working properly to filter the blood. Some beta-blocker medications, used for the heart or blood pressure, can make your feet and hands feel colder. pexels-photo-235621.jpeg

Brain Fog

Did you know that sniffing peppermint stimulates the part of the brain responsible for energy and attention? Researchers have found that peppermint helps those who are fatigued.