Just wondering how other people feel it. For me it is from my heels up to my knees and buttocks/butt and from wrists to elbows.
I am sitting here having socks , woolly socks and leg warmers on under a blanket and my ankles are freezing, almost aching feeling.
Couple a weeks ago I went for a walk with my sister-in-law, was perfect weather , -3 C. Was a brisk walk, but around after 3 kilometers my legs started to feel cold all the way down from hips. At some point it started to hurt, that's how cold I felt. And I was dressed up properly as I know I feel so freaking cold so easily.
For a person who loves and adores winter and would so much want to go running around playing in snow, this is quite frustrating. It takes so many hours to feel somewhat warm
Justiina, I've always had cold hands and feet, and still do most of the time but they do warm up now. Several years before I had any inkling of thyroid dysfunction I began to feel very cold and bought sleeveless bodywarmers to wear around the house. My bum and thighs were always cold and long jackets didn't help so I bought ski pants for walking the dogs in cold weather.
Yeah ski pants helps me a bit too. Been thinking about buying proper woolly underwear that snowboarders use. Over here it can get down to -38 C so not so fun for someone with crazy thyroid.
Sometimes I feel I need it during summer too, can be +28 when I go rollerskating and after that I go to sauna and still my buttocks are cold and freezing
Justiina, I wore thermal long sleeve vests and longjohns too, and knee length woolly socks, and hat, scarf & gloves. Not a vision of loveliness but a muddy park in winter is no place for a fashion parade.