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www.yahoo.com/health/are-women-more-sensitive-to-cold-than-men-93238092412.html

Aug 7, 2014 ... So are women physiologically less tolerant of the cold than men? ... to “express thermal dissatisfaction,” and that women are more sensitive to ...

www.foxnews.com/health/2017/01/15/theres-scientific-reason-women-are-always-colder-than-men.html

Jan 15, 2017 ... So because birth control affects female hormones, it can also raise your body temperatureeven further, making you more sensitive to the cold.

mentalfloss.com/article/51883/do-men-and-women-feel-temperature-differently

The truth that yes, women generally feel colder than men do, primarily arises from a ... women suffering from measurably cooler skin are also more sensitive to ... in the air temperature, so that they begin to feel the cold faster than someone ...

symptomchecker.webmd.com/single-symptom?symptom=increased-sensitivity-to-cold&symid=55

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 ...

www.sciencealert.com/here-s-why-women-are-always-freezing-in-offices-according-to-science

Aug 4, 2015 ... But women typically produce less body heat than men, meaning ... Overall, more women than men reported that the office was too cold (58 ...

www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/159980/Why-women-really-do-feel-the-cold-more-than-men

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 ...

www.healthline.com/health/cold-intolerance

Oct 21, 2015 ... Cold intolerance is when you are extremely sensitive to cold temperatures. Cold intolerance is more severe than the normal feeling of chilliness ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3630457/Why-women-naturally-colder-bodies-men.html

Jun 9, 2016 ... 'Oestrogen makes the peripheral blood vessels more sensitive to the cold,' explains Professor Michael Tipton from the Human and Applied ...

www.cbsnews.com/news/why-do-women-feel-colder-than-men

Feb 8, 2011 ... There's Biological Explanation Behind It and Why Women Constantly Need to Turn Up the Thermostat.