Why You Have Cold Feet and What to Do About It

Anemia produces poor circulation, and less blood is supplied to the extremities, resulting in cold hands and feet.

Blood clots that obstruct the flow of blood to the feet might cause chilly feet, pins and needles, or numb feet. 

Heart disease weakens the heart, lowering the efficacy of the circulatory system. This leads to chronically chilly hands and feet.

Avoid cold places like frozen food aisles or in front of the air conditioner.

Avoid treading on chilly surfaces, especially barefoot.Get frequent exercise.

Maintain a healthy body weight.Handle stress.

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