Hands and Feet
||Most of us know what it feels like for our hands and feet to
occasionally feel cold, especially in the winter months.
what about those people who get cold hands and feet during
the summer on a perfectly warm day?
someone's hand turn blue and feel cold when the rest of us
are in shorts and a T-shirt trying to cool off from the
warmth of the sun?
Most often, the person has a circulation
problem to the extremities. Poor circulation to your fingertips and toes could be caused by a physical injury that has
impaired the blood vessels and capillaries.
reasons for your hands and feet feeling cold could be from a
condition called frostbite, where the cells actually freeze
and tissue is damaged.
Less obvious reasons for getting cold hands and feet
could be from:
- Poor circulation, due to a more severe medical
condition (hardening of the arteries, possibly a heart
- Side-effects from taking certain pharmaceutical
- Raynaud's Syndrome in your
- Dehydration (water in the cells helps to insulate
against the cold)
- Iron Deficiency (more common in women - especially
- Smoking (affects the flow of blood to the tiny blood
vessels of the skin - more common in women)
- Stress (stress can trigger an automatic response for the
body to conserve energy and direct blood flow to the
important internal organs first).
these gloves really help my husbands'
hands stay warm.
- for Men & Women
FIT Gloves for Ladies
COMFORT FIT Socks
OPEN FINGER Gloves
REGULAR FIT Gloves for Men
for Cold Hands and Feet
Restoring circulation to the extremities will make a
Here is a list of areas you should consider:
- Diet - the foods you eat do make a difference (coffee,
alcohol and foods with a high cholesterol level are not
- Take a blood test to check for iron deficiencies
- Regular Exercise - the very act of motion creates
- Natural Therapy - massage, hot tub, saunas
- Quit smoking - among other things... smoking hardens the
Reduce stress - relaxation is a vital balance to a busy life
- Wear circulation stimulating gloves and socks
To the makers of Prolotex FIR Gloves and
While ordering gloves in the best
interest of my mother, diagnosed with
Raynauds, and having already 2 fingers
removed, I decided to order gloves and
socks for myself. My hands instantly
turn white and numb upon temperatures
below 60 degrees if not protected from
the elements. My feet barely stay warm
in insulated boots with wool socks.
I wore the socks and gloves to bed for
the first week before putting them to
use during the day.
I can now wear dress shoes to the office
without having frozen feet with the
Prolotex socks. I am extremely impressed
with their ability to keep my feet warm.
Last weekend I attended a football game,
less than 40 degrees outside, only
having my hands covered with the gloves,
and stayed perfectly warm. Of course, I
wore the socks too and never felt a
I don't know how you did it, but these
socks and gloves are incredible. I am
truly amazed that my hands and feet stay
warm. One must be pro-active and wear
them BEFORE your hands start to get
They are very well worth the $40 I spent
for each product. I only wish I could
afford a few more pairs of socks so I
wouldn't have to wash them daily.
Pat A. Idaho
We recommend using Prolotex™ Far
Infrared Gloves and Socks to help increase the
microcirculation in your hands,
feet, fingers and toes.
We are promoters of safe, natural
health solutions and believe in the
benefits of Far Infrared healing.
Read more about cold feet.