Cold feet can occur for many reasons, including poor circulation, hypothyroidism, cold exposure injuries, nervous system disorders, diabetes and Raynaud’s phenomenon, says Melissa Conrad Stöppler, M.D., on MedicineNet. S... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, persistent cold hands can signify nerve or circulation disorders. Chronic cold hands can also indicate tissue damage or frostbite. In many cases, cold hands are the body's way of regulating ... More »

Nighttime leg cramps are the result of sudden muscle tightening for which the cause is not always known, according to Mayo Clinic. These harmless spasms are usually related to overuse of muscles or nerve problems. More »

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Cold feet are caused by several conditions, including cold exposure injuries, hypothyroidism, nervous system disorders and poor circulation, reports MedicineNet. Additional diseases that attribute to cold feet are arteri... More »

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Diabetes, Raynaud's disease, chilblains and hypothyroidism can cause circulation problems in the feet, states WebMD. It can also be a side effect of medications or anorexia. More »

Numbness in the toes can be caused by nerve damage, injury to the foot or be a result of poor circulation due to diseases such as peripheral vascular disease or diabetes; low back pain associated with radiculopathy or pi... More »

Burning pain in the feet is generally caused by neuropathy from diabetes or alcohol abuse, but it can also be due to hypothyroidism, Lyme disease, chronic kidney disease, vitamin deficiency, erythromelalgia, vasculitis a... More »