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Cold Feet?

Ever wonder why your feet are always cold? In addition to cold temperatures, causes of cold feet include high stress or anxiety, circulation issues, anemia, diabetes, hypothyroidism, nervous disorders, and Raynaud’s disease. To warm your feet, wear socks or slippers, stretch or move your feet, stop smoking (nicotine makes it harder for blood to reach your hands and feet), and practice stress reduction. Other symptoms that may come along with cold feet and signal a medical condition include weakness and pain in your hands and feet, color changes to your skin when you’re cold or stressed,or a numb feeling as you get warm or relieve stress. Iron, vitamin B12, and folate can help to improve circulation. Contact your doctor if problems are persistent or severe.




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