Why do I have cold hands and feet during?
Hello, I am a 22 years old male. I always have cold hands and feet no matter how much I layer up. The tips of my hands are cold. It is very difficult for me to work at times. Can anyone tell what causes it? What can I do? Thank You.
@dhruti Hello, Many factors can make your hands and feet cold. Your own body has a baseline and its natural response to cold temperatures. The most common health-related conditions that can cause coldness in your limbs are related to poor blood circulation or nerve damage in your hands or feet. No matter what’s causing your cold feet and hands, it’s important for your comfort to warm them up. Here are some remedies you should exercise daily including walking, to improve your blood circulation. Try jumping jacks to get your blood moving. March in place while sitting. Wiggle your toes and make circles with your feet. Make circles in the air with each finger if they’re stiff. Make wide circles in the air with your arms to encourage blood flow, Use a heating pad in key locations like your lower back and on your feet while you’re relaxing at night. This can help your blood vessels open up and allow more blood flow to your legs, you can also try massaging. If you have cold hands and feet all the time, no matter what the weather is outside or the temperature around you, see your doctor. There may be an underlying disease or condition that needs to be treated.