A very common condition that is usually the result of bad circulation in your lower leg and feet. The body can respond to cold temperatures by reducing blood flow to the lower leg leaving your feet particularly vulnerable.
RED: you should seek professional help immediately, either from an HPC Registered Podiatrist, Physiotherapist or your GP.
Stop smoking immediately.
Keep your blood pressure under control.
Keep you cholesterol levels within acceptable levels.
Keep mobile as much as possible.
Keep your feet warm and comfortable all the time
Wear support hosiery to help with your circulation.
Keep the skin on your feet and legs supple by using a good foot cream.