Why Is One Hand Colder Than the Other?

Answer

Your hand may be colder than the other as a result of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, TOS. TOS is a syndrome which is brought about by having excess pressure on the neurovascular bundle. It is advisable to seek medical help as this is usually the underlying reason for other conditions such as frozen shoulder and carpal tunnel syndrome.
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