About a year ago I was playing a football match and landed (bum 1st on the floor) ever since I get like a popping feeling at the bottom of my spine when ever ive been sitting for to long. Ive been to ...
My mom was hit in the kidney yesterday. The paramedics said her blood pressure is fine but she has a hard time doing everything. She has to walk slowly and has a hard time doing her regular routine ...
I have Diabetes Insipidus and with that your hands and feet are the only parts of your body that feel cold with this condition. You might want to look up on the internet and read about Insipidus Diabetes and see what other things people get from this disease.
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It sounds like you have bad circulation.
Cold sensations to the feet can come from poor circulation and disorders of the nervous system as well as cold exposure and low thyroid condition.
Sounds like poor blood circulation. I have the same thing, well... my toes are purple and very sore and itchy in the winter and feel like they are going to drop off, very painful. There's no way i can go out in the snow or i will be crying in pain unable to walk. I've been like it since i was born. Taking 1 asprin a day can help thin the blood helping blood circulation. Or try soaking your feet in warm water with a teaspoon of mustard powder or cayenne pepper for 5 to 10 minutes, it helps circulation by dilating blood cells. That's all i can think of. I just wear really thick socks and a comfy pair of slippers.
You've got bad circulation! There's not much you can do about it really, just don't wear shoes that are too tight...makes it worse...
But the good thing is you can attack your boyfriend with them! It you have a boyfriend...he won't be impressed but I think it's fun
Try wearing socks. I have the same problem, and it helps more than you would think.
It really sounds like a circulation problem..I also think that wearing good warm socks will be helpful.
it depends on your age, history of claudications (pain when you walk certain distance mainly in your calf muscles), history of smoking, or high cholesterol. contact your GP to get you seen by a vascular surgeon if you got any of what I mentioned early.