In winter, the palms and soles become very cold and do not feel hot even after staying in a quilt for several hours. This situation is telling a lot about your health, which is important for you to know and correct. Extremely cold palms and soles of the feet in winter indicate lack of oxygen in the body and poor circulation. Sometimes feeling very cold is also a sign of many health problems. Such a condition may be indicative of anemia, chronic fatigue, nerve damage, diabetes, hypothyroidism and hypothermia. If you always get more cold than others, see your doctor as soon as possible. But if this is not always the case and sometimes you have to face this situation, then massage with warm oil on the cooled palms and soles.
In winter, the palms and soles become very cold and do not feel hot even after staying in a quilt for several hours.
Applying oil will increase softness and warmth in the skin. At the same time, massaging will increase blood circulation in the soles and palms and will help in maintaining the amount of oxygen. If you feel too cold, you keep your hands and feet mixed with rock salt in warm water and keep it submerged for some time (about 15 minutes). Hot water will work to increase blood circulation by reducing the coolness in your body. At the same time, rock salt will increase the level of magnesium in the body, which will give natural warmth to your body. The best way to avoid cold is to eat iron rich food. Soybeans, dates, spinach, apples, dried peaches, olives and beets should be consumed to avoid the problem of numbness of hands, feet in cold weather.