Asked by Andy Blackwell in Uncategorized
Why can you touch a light bulb wearing thick gloves using the term thermal property?
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Why do my hands itch and burn after wearing gloves or holding items for extended times?
This has happened to me for as long as I can remember. If I wear gloves, my hands will start to itch and burn. It also happens when I hold pencils, pens, etc. I can't carry plastic bags, even if they are moderately light because of it. It hurts, and it will stay for around a hour. I know that it might seem like it's normal or something, or that I need to get stronger because it might be from me not being strong enough to carry the bags and such, but like I said, simple stuff like wearing gloves does this, and it's very irritating and painful to a extent.