Multiple sclerosis can cause a cold sensation in the legs, explains The New York Times. A cold sensation in the legs can also occur after a stroke, says the National Institute on Aging. More »

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 » Health Pain & Symptoms

Contrary to popular belief, leg hair does not grow faster in cold weather. The growth rate of human hair over the entire body is fairly consistent, and there is little evidence to show that a change in temperature affect... More »

A burning sensation in the fingertips, also known as paresthesias, can be caused by localized injury to the hand, nerve damage, inflammation, infection, diabetes, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis or vitamin B12 d... More »

Causes of tingling sensation in the face include damage to the peripheral nerves or facial skin due to injury, nerve entrapment and exposure to cold or toxic substances, and conditions such as migraine, multiple sclerosi... More »

Numbness can occur in the legs and feet due to fibromyalgia, peripheral artery disease, multiple sclerosis, vitamin B12 deficiency, nerve damage, herniated disc, diabetes or tarsal tunnel syndrome, according to Healthlin... More »

The symptoms of a nerve leg pain is a sensation of numbness, weakness and tingling that originates in the lower back of a person, travelling through to the sciatic nerve of an individual legs, according to Spine-Health. ... More »