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What could be the reason why my feet are always cold?

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In brief: Cold feet

Circulatory problems are the most common culprit for cold feet.
Blood must travel a long way to get from the heart to your feet, and there could be many factors causing it arrive more slowly (or with less volume). If you are a smoker, this is one of the largest factors. It could also be caused from the way you are sitting if it is for a prolonged period of time. Or just wear thicker socks.

In brief: Cold feet

Circulatory problems are the most common culprit for cold feet.
Blood must travel a long way to get from the heart to your feet, and there could be many factors causing it arrive more slowly (or with less volume). If you are a smoker, this is one of the largest factors. It could also be caused from the way you are sitting if it is for a prolonged period of time. Or just wear thicker socks.
Dr. Jeffery VanYperen
Dr. Jeffery VanYperen
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