Harvard Women's Health Watch

Ask the doctor: Why do I always feel so cold?

Women tend to feel colder than men, because the blood vessels near the skin constrict faster to divert blood to necessary organs. Certain conditions-such as hypothyroidism or Raynaud's disease-can also contribute.

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