Cold intolerance Overview
Cold intolerance is where the body fails to respond properly to cold temperature. It is somewhat different from “cold sensitivity” or other symptoms of “coldness”. Some level of cold intolerance occurs with age but various disorders of the organs that control temperature regulation can also be the cause.
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