Are your feet cold? During the colder seasons, it is common for our feet to get a little colder.
However, there are some people whose feet are always cold, no matter how thick their socks are or if the weather outside is warm.
More than just being annoying, these situations ask for some attention to see what might be the causes of your cold feet.
It might be an imbalance, health issues, or even emotional factors. Did you know?
Today, you will find out some things that may get your feet frozen like popsicles:
Did you know that the lack of red blood cells makes your feet cold?
When we feel anxious, the blood is taken from the extremities, like hands and feet, and directed to our vital organs, as a protective measure.
Some people with diabetes may present diabetic peripheral neuropathy, a condition that causes cold feet, aches, numbness, and tingling sensation.
Have you ever heard about this disease? This condition is common among women and may turn your feet purple.
A condition characterized by the low functioning of the thyroid, a gland responsible for regulating metabolism.
Did you know that smoking causes blood circulation issues?
Watch the video to learn he best ways of avoiding cold feet!
If you think that any of the conditions above might explain your cold feet, do not hesitate to schedule a visit to a health professional.
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