This has everything to do with your blood circulation. Because it is difficult for your body to let the blood flow through the smallest capillaries, you feel the cold first in your fingers, your toes, the tip of your nose and your ears. But why doesn’t your blood circulation want to get going? Check the following list of possible causes.The more muscle the more your body has to burn. This is also an important reason why women often feel colder than men. Men generally have more muscle tissue than women on these websites.
Vitamins and iron
Very important for your blood: iron and vitamin b12. If you have a shortage of these, you not only feel tired but you also get cold easily. If you are a vegetarian or vegan, it is important to pay extra attention to this. Iron and b12 are mainly found in animal products (fatty fish, mussels, steak) and products of animal origin (eggs, dairy).
Your blood vessels react very quickly to a sudden drop in ambient temperature. As a result, your arteries contract too quickly and the blood supply to your hands and feet suddenly stops. First your fingers turn white, then red and then purple. Fortunately, this disease is not dangerous, the key is to keep your hands and feet well warm (below you can read how☺).
The cause can also be a slow functioning thyroid gland; you may have a shortage of thyroid hormones resulting in cold hands and feet, fatigue and depressed moods, among other things. Diabetics can have damaged blood vessels, so they also suffer more from the cold. Always go to your doctor if you have any doubts with pharma product.
The ultimate solution for cold hands and feet
Technology stands for nothing and the world of clothing makes full use of this. Your life will be more comfortable with heated gloves and heated socks. Are you reading this correctly? Yes, heated clothing does exist!
How wonderful, socks that become warm at the push of a button. Heated socks contain very subtle thin heat conductors that you do not see and do not feel while wearing. Just above your ankle you will see a pocket for a rechargeable battery, this will keep your feet warm for up to 8 hours at the lowest setting. A long office sitting day ahead? A distant car journey or a winter walk in the woods? From now on, nothing or no one will stop you!
Socks with a heating function can be found in various designs. For example, you can choose from special heated ski socks for winter sports and for those autumn days when it’s just not cold enough, there are special thin heated socks for in your normal shoes.
Don’t want to keep your battery in your sock? Then you can buy a very handy extension cable so you can keep the batteries in your pocket. These batteries are very small by the way so they won’t get in your way while wearing them. In 4 hours you can leave them fully charged again for the next time. Of course you can also buy an extra pair of batteries, so you can be sure to enjoy warm feet this winter, wherever you are, whatever you do.