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This article was originally published by Mama Bee.
Your doctor probably told you that “cold feet and hands” is the result of poor blood circulation.
It’s making you nervous. Feeling cold all the times is not right. Especially now when the temperatures are getting lower and lower.
The question here is how to get the blood flowing everywhere?
I would use the word simple, but people who are going through this face some difficulties.
But it’s definitely better when you know what to do next.
In most of the cases, this kind of poor circulation is the final product of weakened blood vessels. They are just not that active and nothing motivates them to stand up and move on.
Maybe this is not a big deal when you look at it from this side. But people who suffer from cold feet and hands know they need to do something about it.
This usually means changing your lifestyle.
So, that’s your answer right there.
Changing your lifestyle
Changing your lifestyle is not a simple task. It requires lots of things that you need to do slowly and steadily.
Sudden changes could result with difficult times and you will see yourself quitting.
You need to increase your physical activity. That’s the first thing you need to do.
It will get your blood vessels moving fast and your temperature will rise.
Exercising on a regular basis will give you nice results.
Even when exercising is the most effective thing, there are other tips you could use for increasing circulation.
This vegetable comes with a lot of health benefits. You’ve heard me talking about it a couple of times.
It’s one of my favorite vegetables.
In this case, garlic helps you by improving the blood circulation and blood pressure.
To see the remaining foods that will improve your circulation and get rid of cold hands and feet, please visit the original post here. This excerpt was published with permission from Mama Bee.
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