Cold feet and cold hands are very common conditions in people all around the world. Cold hands and feet can be the result of natural response of your body to maintain the temperature, but there are some cases it can be indication of some underlying health problem. The most common causes that are associated with cold hands and feet are prolonged working with vibrating tools, Raynaud’s disease, reaction to medication, stress, frostbite, hypothermia, extreme cold temperature, diabetes and poor blood circulation. Excessive smoking, alcohol abuse and nutritional deficiencies are also factors which can contribute in cold feet. Apart from the coldness, you may feel tingling in the limbs, open sores or tightened skin and numbness. The reasons for cold feet and hands can vary from person to person and you need to ask your doctor for diagnose if you have this problem very often. You should take a balanced diet full of nutrients because it can help you to have a healthy circulation. Talk with your doctor if you have cold hands or feet before you start using some of the below mentioned home remedies. 
Home remedies for cold hands and feet
Ginger: This is one of the best home remedies which can increase the circulation, especially in hands and feet. Also it can help you to lower your blood pressure . You should take two to three teaspoons of powdered ginger every day, along with adding a few slices of fresh ginger to your beverages such as water, coffee and tea for extra benefit.
Green tea: This is one of the best home remedies that you can use for cold feet. When you drink green tea, then it can improve the functioning of vessels that carry blood through your body including the feet . You should drink two to three cups of green tea throughout day. To make green tea, you should add one teaspoon of green tea leaves into a cup of hot water, cover it and steep it for five minutes. Strain, sweeten with honey and drink this tea. Also you can steep three or four green tea bags in a large pot of hot water for ten minutes. You should remove the tea bags and soak your feet in it for ten minutes. You should repeat two times per day.
Hot spice bath: When you take a hot spice bath every night, then this will help you to keep yourself warm. You should mix one tablespoon each of rosemary, sage, oregano, cinnamon, black pepper, cayenne pepper, ginger and crushed cumin. You should fill the bath tub with hot water and you should put all ingredients in it through a strainer.
Natural treatments for cold hands and feet
Garlic: This home remedy has been used for centuries for lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels and for increasing circulation . You can take fresh garlic or garlic supplements. Also it is a very good idea to fill a bowel with some warm to hot water, but not burning, and you should add a heaped teaspoon of garlic powder, cayenne pepper and ginger. Mix these ingredients and then soak your hands or your feet in this home remedy for twenty to thirty minutes.
Cayenne pepper: This natural cure can help with about any health problem and it can help to increase the blood circulation. Also it can help to treat HBP. This herb is hot, so if you struggle with the heat, then you can buy cayenne pepper supplements and take them after you have talked with your doctor. 
Epsom salt: The Epsom salt soak is another simple home remedy to make your feet warm. The heat of the water has a warming effect, while the magnesium sulfate present in Epsom salt that will provide magnesium to your body. One of the most common causes for cold hands and feet is magnesium deficiency. You should mix ½ cup of Epsom salt in a small tub filled with warm water. Stir it until the salt is dissolved. You should soak your feet in it for fifteen to twenty minutes. You should repeat this natural treatment two times per week.
Quit smoking: It is known fact that the smoking decreases the blood flow and damages blood vessels. It is known fact that smoking is one of the biggest causes for Buerger’s disease and other circulatory disorders. 
Exercise: Exercise can improve the blood circulation in your body and it regulates the body temperature. Some exercises like shoulder rotations, arm circles and brisk walk can improve the blood flow in hands and fingers and it can keep them warm. Regular exercises can help alleviate the symptoms of cold hands and improve the quality of your life.
Magnesium – rich food: Magnesium deficiency is one of the biggest causes for cold hands and feet. This is a nutrient which helps our bodies to absorb Vitamin D. Our bodies cannot store the magnesium for long, so this is a reason why it is advised to take a diet that is rich in magnesium which includes almonds, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, broccoli and spinach.
Iron – rich foods: Iron deficiency can cause anemia that could lead to cold hands and feet. You should eat a lot iron – rich foods like oysters, dried apricots, olives, apples, soybeans, spinach and dates. 
Walk on the grass: This is a simple home remedy that can bring wonderful changes in your condition. You should walk barefoot on grass in the early morning. This will produce heat in your body and it will strengthen the muscle of your body.
Foot exercises: It is very important to exercise your feet because this will keep the blood flow continuously and it will keep your feet warm. These exercises can help to strengthen your blood vessels. You can walk alternately on your toes and then your heels for ten to fifteen minutes. There is another exercise and that is to stand up straight on the tips of your toes for one minute and then slowly come down on your heels. You should repeat this exercise for ten minutes. Also you can do another foot exercise and that is while you are seated, to rotate each foot clockwise and then counter – clockwise at the ankle joint for ten to twenty minutes. The last foot exercise which you can make is to use your toes to pick up a piece of cloth or some other object from the floor. You should repeat this exercise several times per day. You should perform any of these exercises to restore the warmth when you feel getting cold.
Berries: Another good natural cure for cold hands and feet is eating berries. You can eat huckleberry, bilberry or Hawthorn berry. Also you can add some ingredients like Gingko Biloba, garlic or cayenne pepper for the best results.
Omega – 3 rich foods: Omega – 3 fatty acids are very helpful for cleaning the arteries and for keeping the blood circulatory system in a good condition. You should eat more foods that are rich in Omega – 3 fatty acids such as salmon, herring, mackerel and fish. 
Warm oil massage: Massaging of feet is very simple and therapeutic way which can help to restore the warmth. Also it can stimulate the blood flow to your extremities. When you massage your foot at regular basis, then this will keep your feet healthy and free from many kinds of foot problems. You should warm some sesame, coconut or olive oil in the microwave for a few seconds. You should apply this warm oil on your cold feet. You should use gentle but firm pressure with your fingers to massage from toe to ankle for ten minutes. You should repeat this process with other foot. After the massage, you should put on cotton socks. You should do this natural treatment before you go to bed and if it is needed, then do it once again during the day.
Fruit juices: When you drink juice, then it can increase your overall health and it can boost the metabolism and working of the circulatory system. You should drink a glass of fruit juice like onion, tomato, watercress, artichoke, beet, grape, plum, cherry, peach and apricot to rid of the cold hands and feet naturally.
Clothing: People who suffer from cold hands should avoid tight wrist bands and clothing because this can impede the surface blood flow.
Lavender bath: This is a very useful natural remedy that can help for cold hands and feet. Before you add lavender leaves in your bathing water, you should soak these leaves in cold water overnight. Next day, you should add them to a tub filled with warm water. You should soak your hands and feet in this water. 
Essential oils: The eucalyptus and juniper essential oils can boost the immune system and improve the blood flow. You should add a few drops of eucalyptus in any vegetable – base oil and you should use it to massage your hands and feet and to rid of the chills. 
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