Cold feet

What are Cold Feet?
Having cold feet is a normal response to colder temperatures. The body reacts by reducing blood flow to the lower legs, leaving your feet more vulnerable.

Causes of Cold Feet
Cold Feet could be an indication of a medical condition. These conditions include Diabetes, poor circulation, Anaemia, Raynaud’s Phenomenon, High Cholesterol, Stress or Neuropathy.

Treatments for Cold Feet
Typical treatments involve a change in lifestyle, such as keeping cholesterol, blood sugars and blood pressure under control, eating a balanced diet and exercising to help keep your circulation to the feet.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my body warm but my feet are cold?

Poor circulation may cause your feet to feel cold, even if your body is warm. When the air temperature is cold, your body works to keep your core warm. As a result, the blood vessels in your extremities such as your hands and feet constrict to limit circulation to the core part of your body.

How can I stop my feet from getting cold at night?

To stop your feet from getting cold at night try using heated pads or hot water bottles and surround your feet in warm blankets. People who have trouble sleeping due to cold feet, may benefit from our Natracure Therapeutic Warming Gel Booties. They take 5 minutes to heat up and provide relief from joint pain and stiffness caused by the cold.