I had the same problem also, but I also had generalized fatigue. After seeing a nutritionist, I found out I wasn't eating enough calories to support all the activity I was doing on a weekly basis. I added 200 calories a day and the cold went away.
Also, sometimes I get cold if I don't get out of the sweaty clothes fast enough. If I spend too much time stretching and foam rolling after a workout, the wet clothes make me feel cold.
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Maybe a blood pressure/circulation issue? I would ask a doctor about it.
I've always found that if I really work out hard or if (as today) I go for a really long walk, by the time I get home, I'm cold. There doesn't seem to be anything I can do to stop this - hot bath and layers of warm clothes prevent me from getting shivery but despite that my face, hands and feet go icy. I assumed it's low blood sugar, but eating regularly during my walks doesn't stop it from happening - anyone else experience the same thing?
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