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catdad22

325d

My feet are freezing a lot of the time, even with socks on. Do you have any recommendations?

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    • Nag

      291d

      I’ve read that you make a wrap using Saran Wrap, cayenne powder and castor oil (organic) and a piece of cotton flannel And do it at night , wrap your feet and put on socks, overnight the combination brings blood to your feet and they become warmer.

    • Nag

      291d

      I’ve read that you make a wrap using Saran Wrap, cayenne powder and castor oil (organic) and a piece of cotton flannel And do it at night , wrap your feet and put on socks, overnight the combination brings blood to your feet and they become warmer.

    • KellyKC

      315d

      Hot packs, Thicker socks, hot water bottles, a heated mattress pad.

    • shoe

      323d

      Hot packs.

    • Betty_Boop

      325d

      It sounds more like Neuropathy or a vein problem! My feet do that and the specialist told be to wear compression socks and heavy socks! I also get tingling in my feet but this is all my opinion! Just saying.....🙂

    • JustRachelle

      325d

      If you’re home an electric heater and blankets. I have to do both even with socks on. It’s horrible I know but that’s just about it. Also the type of socks you wear matter. Make sure they are super thick furry socks. It’s summer here where I am and i have to keep them on all day.

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Some suggestions include using heating pads, wearing super thick socks, and rubbing the area to stimulate blood flow. You could also try wearing multiple pairs of socks, one of which should be fuzzy, or leggings under your jeans. Using a heated blanket and loose fitting clothes can also help trap heat. Drinking warm beverages like tea or coffee can help warm up your body as well.

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