Mayo Clinic states that cold hands can be caused by anemia, Buerger's disease, diabetes, frostbite, lupus, Raynaud's disease and scleroderma. However, Dr. Winston Sequeira at Rush University Medical Center points out tha... More »

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 »

Some people may always feel cold because they suffer from hypothyroidism, says WebMD. This is a condition in which the thyroid does not produce as much thyroid hormone as it should. One of the symptoms is an increased se... More »

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In addition to a cold environment, anemia and frostbite can cause cold hands, according to Mayo Clinic. Chronic disorders, including diabetes, lupus, Buerger's disease, Raynaud's disease and scleroderma, also lead to col... More »

Anemia, lupus, frostbite, scleroderma and Buerger's disease are medical issues that cause cold hands. Diabetic hypoglycemia and Raynaud's disease are also medical causes of cold hands, according to Mayo Clinic. Cold hand... More »

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Symptoms of scleroderma include hardening of the skin and Raynaud's disease, a response in the fingers or toes to cold temperatures, states Mayo Clinic. The symptoms of scleroderma depend on what part of the body is affe... More »

Blue-purple feet and swelling toes may be caused by Raynaud's disease or diabetes, according to Mayo Clinic and the American Diabetes Association. Both conditions cause circulation problems that result in the discolorati... More »