Chilliness and feeling of cold in the limbs: what solution?
Caution : You must consult your doctor for your health. This page presents only a personal and alternative point of view which should not be considered as an attempt to prescribe medicine.
It sometimes happens that we feel an abnormal cold in specific parts of our body, such as the limbs or the extremities of these.
If this goes on for a long period of time, it may indicate that there is a problem in your body that needs fixing, and the solution depends on what is causing the cold sensations.
The potential origins of limb reluctance
Being unusually cold in the limbs is a symptom of a variety of disorders, the severity of which varies from case to case.
At best, you may be deficient in certain nutrients, such as iron or vitamin B12.
It may be natural to feel cold in the limbs and extremities, as the body tends to concentrate heat on vital organs.
But having your hands and feet warm can also indicate a health problem.
This can range from diabetes, in which case the feeling cold will be due to a problem with the nerves, to a cardiovascular disorder, and therefore the heart would not be pumping blood efficiently to transport heat properly to its destination.
It could also be due to problems with breathing and tensions in the diaphragm.
What are the solutions to provide
The first thing to do is to go to a doctor to see if you have a serious health problem that has symptoms of nervousness in the limbs.
If a specific disorder is identified, you will be able to take the right treatment to get it better.
If the serious disorders are all ruled out, we must look to other possible causes, such as a lack of muscle, or too much tension in the diaphragm.
The possible solutions are various but if it is a question of tension at the level of the diaphragm, it is essential to relearn breathing.
Diaphragm and reluctance: what relationship?
The diaphragm plays a key role in breathing, and if it is not working properly, it can cause problems with the flow of oxygen through your body.
Tensions in the diaphragm cause this, and they usually have psychological origins.
Relearning to breathe can help unblock your diaphragm, and release it from the tensions generated by possible traumas you have suffered in the past.
To benefit from sound advice to regain good breathing, you can follow this video workshop by Loris Vitry, Yoga Therapist and Breathing Coach.
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