I think all of us have experienced cold feet at some point. You
know... that cold, damp clammy feeling that can happen even
when you are indoors.
Basically, you are experiencing a
lack of circulation to the toes and feet which can be caused
by a variety of conditions.
The capillaries that transmit fresh oxygenated blood to your
feet are shut down or constricted.
Common conditions associated with cold feet:
- Raynaud's Syndrome
have cold feet, but you can have cold feet & toes
vascular disease (PVD) is a narrowing or blockage of
- Peripheral Neuropathy is a nerve disorder
that can cause your feet to feel cold.
- Chilblains is a condition resulting from exposure
to extreme cold damp environments. Toes are itchy, painful,
reddish or purplish, and even swollen.
- Frostbite in extremely cold environments, like
back country skiing, snowmobiling or snowboarding.
- Trench foot develops after prolonged exposure to
a wet, cold environment and is more serious than chilblains.
Toes and feet may appear pale, red, blotchy, or purple to
blue. Feet are usually swollen and painful.
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