There are many pathological causes that lead to a cold body, including the following: 
- Anemia: The cause of anemia is that the body does not produce the appropriate amount of red blood cells needed to transport oxygen to all parts of the body, which results in a significant decrease in the temperature of the body and an increase in its coldness.
- Lazy thyroid gland: The thyroid gland is located at the base of the neck, and is shaped like a butterfly, and it also regulates the body's metabolism, where the disease resulting from its inability to produce thyroid hormone in the required form is known as hypothyroidism, and the feeling of cold is one of its most important symptoms.
- Diabetic nephropathy: It is the damage that may occur to the kidneys due to diabetes, in which feeling cold is one of the most important symptoms.
- Anorexia: Anorexia is a type of eating disorder, which leads to unsafe weight loss, which increases the likelihood of feeling cold.
Weather-related health problems increase dramatically in the winter due to low temperatures, as coldness in the body is one of these problems, which the elderly may particularly suffer from, so that their body temperature becomes very low if they are exposed to the cold for a long time, which causes their bodies to become cold. . 
Other causes of coldness in the body
There are many other reasons that lead to an increase in body cold, including the following: 
- Wearing light clothing, which increases heat loss and reduces the body's ability to maintain it for long periods.
- To get wet clothes in water, and not to dry them sufficiently such as getting wet in the rain; Which leads to a feeling of coldness.
- Living in a very cold house may be one of the causes that leads to a cold body.
- The body's contact with very cold things, which facilitates the transfer of heat from the body to the cold substance, causing the body to become cold.
- Staying in a place with strong winds, which leads to a decrease in the body temperature.
- ↑ "Why Am I Cold?" , www.webmd.com , Retrieved 12-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "How does cold weather affect your health?" , www.health.harvard.edu , Retrieved 21-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Hypothermia" , www.mayoclinic.org , Retrieved 12-3-2018. Edited.