Cold Feet

Cold feet are caused by a restriction in the small blood vessels of the feet when the skin gets cold. Having cold feet is often a normal condition, usually in response to cold temperatures or as a response to anxiety. Circulation problems in the feet, such as diabetes, can also produce the sensation of cold feet. Other diseases that can cause cold feet include arteriosclerosis, peripheral vascular disease, Raynaud’s phenomenon, neuropathy, and frostbite. Tight footwear also may inhibit circulation of the blood vessels of the lower extremity and cause cold feet.

Cold Feet Treatment & Relief:

The doctor recommends proper footwear as well as thick socks made of acrylic fiber, or a blend that will “wick” away moisture on and around the foot to help in the treatment and relief of cold feet. He also recommends Cold Foot Warming Packs, which provide heat relief for cold, aching feet. If you notice other symptoms along with cold feet or your symptoms are persistant, seek professional help as soon as possible.

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