10. Feeling Cold
Conversely, many people with a dysfunctioning thyroid cannot correctly regulate their body temperature, and as a result feel constantly cold. This can be especially troubling for people who reside in naturally cold areas, such as those found in northern latitudes. It is recommended to dress up with additional layers of clothing in the winter time. Another tip is to have a heater in your room that regulates air temperature. Many people also report intolerance to cold water temperatures (e.g, drinking a cold glass of water or an ice-cold smoothie).