Try this simple and inexpensive protocol to warm up cold hands and feet.
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0:00 Introduction: Cold hands and feet explained
0:25 What causes cold hands and feet
1:22 How to stop having cold hands and feet
6:14 Learn more about what to do for peripheral neuropathy!
Let’s talk about what natural things you can do to no longer have cold feet and hands.
Top causes of cold feet and hands:
• A thyroid problem
• Poor circulation (peripheral artery disease)
• Raynaud’s syndrome
• Peripheral neuropathy
You may want to try taking benfotiamine if you have Raynaud’s syndrome or peripheral neuropathy. But what do you do if you don’t have any of the above issues and still have cold hands or cold feet?
There is a simple and natural solution you can try that involves exercising your arteries. You only need to do this exercise once or twice a day for about one and a half to two minutes.
What to do for cold hands and feet:
1. Fill a bucket one-third of the way with ice and two-thirds of the way with water
2. Stick your cold feet or hands in the bucket and wait for one to two minutes, breathing normally (your hands or feet will start to feel slightly warm in the water)
3. Remove your feet or hands
4. Repeat daily until your feet or hands have become warmer over time
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