Cold Feet

@carolbee (16241)
United States
November 10, 2007 7:33am CST
Any myLotters have cold feet most of the time? I've spoken with a vascular surgeon and he claims it has nothing to do with circulation. That's quite the opposite of what I'd been told all my life. If you suffer from cold feet, what's your secret to warming them up?
3 responses
@ayou82 (3460)
• Philippines
10 Nov 07
I wear socks if i have a cold feet to keep warm. Thats what I do.
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
10 Nov 07
Good idea but it doesn't work for me. My feet sweat, causing them to be cold and damp. Thanks for responding.
@ayou82 (3460)
• Philippines
10 Nov 07
May I suggest you try this at home, My sister have the same thing like you do..Mine is not that much.. My sister use to soak her feet 10-15 minutes in lukewarm water with salt. Well thats all I know i just share it to you and once you try i hope everything turns to be fine. Goodluck!
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
10 Nov 07
Thank you for a good suggesion. I will try it.
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
11 Nov 07
Most of the time I have warm feet, but in cold winter, when it is north wind, my feet would sweat and feel cold. I feel warm when it is south wind. So I love to warm my feet next to my heater while sitting at my computer so that I would feel warm and good from feeling cold.
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
11 Nov 07
Good idea. Thanks for responding.
• United States
10 Nov 07
I have cold feet almost all the time. The only way I have found to warm them up is to wear fuzzy socks or walk around my house. But I hate socks so usually I just deal with cold feet. Funny thing is inside they are cold but if I go outside barefoot they dont seem to bother me. I think your doc is wrong. Cold feet are a result of poor circulation. Try being active when there cold. Maybe walk around the house for 10 min and see what happens.
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
10 Nov 07
Thanks. I have plenty of steps to walk in the house so will see if that helps.
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