Aug 7, 2014 ... So are women physiologically less tolerant of the cold than men? Are females'
hands and feet preternaturally colder than the rest of the bodies ...
Aug 9, 2013 ... ... women are from Venus and always complain of being cold. ... are also more
sensitive to incremental changes in the air temperature, so that ...
Nov 17, 2015 ... It's one of those awful cliches, women are always cold, while men suffer silently
while living in overheated houses. Now according to a new ...
Jul 16, 2011 ... It's not your imagination. Science has proven that females' bodies are more
sensitive to the cold. Ever woken up in the morning to find your ...
Results 1 - 200 of 469 ... Body aches or pains, Fatigue, Increased sensitivity to cold, Joint .... (female),
Fatigue, Inability to care for self, Increased sensitivity to cold ...
May 16, 2008 ... An operant preference test of relative sensitivity to cold or heat ... Female escape
responses to heat were more variable than males, but L/G ...
Gend Med. 2007 Dec;4(4):359-66. Differences in sensitivity to cold in Japanese
men and postmenopausal women aged > or =50 years. Yasui T(1), Uemura H, ...
Feb 23, 2010 ... Why women really do feel the cold more than men ... When tired we're more
sensitive to temperature changes. According to University of ...
Feb 10, 2011 ... "Some people deal better with the cold," says The University of ... But she said
anyone who has recently developed a sensitivity to cold, may be ... Oddly,
married women seem to handle cold better than unmarried women.
A lot of the reasons that women typically need a higher temperature to properly
function at work goes back to our body formations. The fact that men and women