Having cold feet can be really distracting. It may be hard to focus or get things done! And while cold feet is often caused by low temps, there might be other reasons. Learn about these nine possible reasons why your feet feel frozen. 1. Raynaud’s Disease Obviously, low temperatures can[.....]
Raynaud’s disease hinders blood flow to the body’s extremities, including fingers. Peripheral neuropathy due to diabetes causes tingling, pain, or numbness in the fingertips. Frostbites are triggered by prolonged cold and result in numbness. Osteoarthritis can affect finger joints. Skin conditions like Shingles and cellulitis may cause fingertip pain. Shun cigarettes and caffeine!
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