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Unexplained cold hands and feet are a common symptom if iron deficiency, according to Iron Disorders Institute. Consuming less than 18 mg for women and 8 mg for men prevents the production of myoglobin and hemoglobin. Blood cells that don’t have enough oxygen get stuck in blood vessels, slowing down circulation, which leads to cold hands and feet.