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Science has proven that females' bodies are more sensitive to the cold. ...
Women's hands and feet are also colder than men's when the air temperature is
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 ...
Differences in sensitivity to cold in Japanese men and postmenopausal women
aged > or =50 years. Yasui T(1), Uemura H, Irahara M, Arai M, Kojimahara N, ...
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 ...
Feb 8, 2011 ... There's Biological Explanation Behind It and Why Women Constantly Need to
Turn Up the Thermostat.
Nov 10, 2008 ... Our heightened sensitivity to cold makes a chilly draught invariably feel more ...
And women really do feel the cold more than men, but this is ...
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.
Jun 7, 2002 ... I need to know why the women in my office always seem cold while the ... I have
to tell you that clinicians regard temperature sensitivity in men ...
Aug 10, 2015 ... In seeking to explain why women may be more sensitive to cold than men, you
missed an important medical reason for discomfort due to cold, ...
Women in particular seem to be affected by those symptoms. It is interesting to
note that Japanese Kampo medicine views this “sensitivity to cold” as a possible