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My feet are always very cold, especially at night, what could be the cause? Should I be worried? 
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Dr. Ted King
Phlebology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Probably not
Cold feet at night is a very, very common complaint.
That cold feeling generally has nothing to do with your circulation, which is almost always normal in these circumstances. If you are really worried, see your doctor but most of the time, all you need to do is wear socks as dr. Salartash suggested.

In brief: Probably not
Cold feet at night is a very, very common complaint.
That cold feeling generally has nothing to do with your circulation, which is almost always normal in these circumstances. If you are really worried, see your doctor but most of the time, all you need to do is wear socks as dr. Salartash suggested.
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Dr. Alan Koslow
Surgery - Vascular
3 doctors agree
In brief: Wear socks
Nothing to worry about. Wear socks.

In brief: Wear socks
Nothing to worry about. Wear socks.
Dr. Alan Koslow
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Dr. Joshi Aditi
General Practice
In brief: Circulation
Typically the reason your extremities are cold is due to poor circulation, it's a common thing and usually affect the lower extremities due to the further distance from the heart, your feet will feel colder at night because naturally your heart rate lowers at a state of rest, vitamin c and co q 10 helps improve circulation.

In brief: Circulation
Typically the reason your extremities are cold is due to poor circulation, it's a common thing and usually affect the lower extremities due to the further distance from the heart, your feet will feel colder at night because naturally your heart rate lowers at a state of rest, vitamin c and co q 10 helps improve circulation.
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