Why are my feet always cold?

Let's see... An obvious answer is that you aren't wearing proper socks and shoes and it's winter out right now. You may have circulation issues, thyroid problems, nerve conduction issues, etc. This one is too tough to answer without more details.
Move. Many factors could contribute to cold feet: poor circulation, caffeine, nicotine, obesity, reynaud's phenomenon, or just living in connecticut in the winter!

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Why are my feet always cold even when I'm sleeping?

Circulation. Blood flowing through our body is what keeps us warm. Sometimes the body reduces the flow to certain areas (usually the extremities-hands and feet) to direct the flow to the vital organs, which are in our torso and the head (the brain). There's an old saying..."if you feet are cold, put on a hat". Try wearing something warm on your head at night. Read more...

Any reason why are my feet always cold when I get into bed?

Temperature. Sensors. When you skin comes in contact with a surface that is colder than it is - sensory fibers will relay that information to your brain ; you will feel cold. Read more...

Why are my feet always cold, and how can I prevent cold feet?

Cold feet. Cold feet could be caused by Raynauds syndrome, or could be vascular issues, etc. Best to get your feet evaluated to be sure. Raynaud's can cause a vasospasm of the arteries reducing blood flow. In about 40 percent of people who have Raynaud's, it affects the feet/toes. It is relatively benign. Treatments include wearing warm, thick socks, and simply keeping your feet warm. Rarely meds r needed. Read more...
Cold feet. As stated , an evaluation is needed to determine the cause then you can develop a plan for prevention . See your podiatrist first as the problem lies with your feet right now . That evaluation will give you the answers you seek . Read more...

Why are my feet always cold even with socks on than the rest of my body?

Cold feet. The most likely cause of your cold feet is a limited blood flow to the feet. Please bring this to the attention of your doctor. You might also be referred to a vascular specialist. Read more...

Why are my feet always cold and red but they feel warm to me unless I touch them?

Raynauds. This could be raynauds, which is where the skin on the feet will be cold and red, but cold to the touch. This can be due to nicotine, alochol or genetic predisposition. See your doctor or podiatrist to get a definitive diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

Can any doc explain why are my feet always cold when I get into bed?

Could be. Neuropathy. There are many causes of neuropathy. Do you have any conditions affecting your back? See your physician. Read more...
Without Information? Without more of an explanation or without any additional information explaining your medical history this question is impossible to answer. Read more...