Do You Have Cold Feet? Here Are The 5 Most Common Reasons

Is it something you have experienced?

If you’ve ever had cold feet after a day in the snow or a barefoot walk across a tiled floor in winter, you know how uncomfortable the feeling can be.

Usually, cold feet are the result of conditions such as cold weather and cool surfaces.

Generally, wearing warm socks – especially wool socks – will prevent the feet from freezing, and when you remove the source, your body temperature will naturally warm back up.

However, there are people for whom having cold feet is unrelated to the environment that surrounds them. In these cases, cold feet are the result of chronic and/or acute underlying conditions.