Does, anyone suffer from this , and if so , any tips they can give me , i have had for months and feet and tips of fingers stay cold , so use gloves all the time now , two pair of them . not sure what to do with the feet though. Any ideas ?
Toastie toes! Wonderful product. Hunters use them to keep their feet warm in the woods. Most sporting/athletic goods stores sell them. They have a peel and stick thing on them to keep them from sliding in your shoes. Stick to the bottom of your socks. I wear them when I jog outside. Hope this helps.
The Following User Says Thank You to Titchou For This Useful Post: sjb (12-20-2010)
There are supplements that will help expand the capillaries and thus increase circulation. Magnesium would be good to try. Many people with Raynauds have much lower magnesium levels during colder months.
Flush Niacin also increases dilation to the blood vessels. Just be sure to take a minute amount (a 100 mg. tab could be halved) to start - as the flushing effect can be intense.
The Following User Says Thank You to jenj770 For This Useful Post: jstanfill (12-21-2010)
I knit myself up a nice pair of wool socks! In fact, I don't really like to wear anything else but hand made socks. They are not too tight to restrict blood flow, nor too loose to cause blisters. The wool keeps my toes nice and toasty without being sweaty and damp.