Is not it enough thick jacket and you prefer to stay indoors with the hot stove? Then, of course, you are not the only one, but if you suffer from it in extreme cases, you may be allergic to the cold.
It's called cold urticaria, so it's called in "Women's Health" and it comes down to the fact that your body is very bad against the cold. These are the symptoms:
1. Red skin
As soon as you leave the door, your skin turns bright red. Red blush lasts for at least an hour and only gets worse when you get back in.
Red, itchy bumps can occur due to cold, which remain a few minutes to an hour.
3. Swollen hands
If your hands swell, as soon as they cool down, it may be a sign of a cold allergy. This swelling can also happen if you take a cold drink.
4. Headache and fatigue
Those who really can not withstand the cold will feel tired and get a headache.
If you suffer from these symptoms, you have another reason to stay indoors.