In these cold days, many have problems with cold feet and hands, and for most of the night going to sleep unthinkable without socks. Poor circulation indicates that the arteries, veins and capillaries are not enough circulation and can be a serious problem, not only the elderly but also of young people, especially women. The most common reason for cold feet is always bad peripheral circulation. It is often associated with smoking, high blood pressure or heart disease. In addition, the causes of cold feet can be anemia, thyroid function disorder or poorly controlled diabetes, due to which there is damage to the peripheral nerves. Studies have shown, which is particularly interesting to foot unheated contribute to the increased risk of flu, colds and viruses. Dr Ron Ekls from the University of Cardiff studied this problem for more than 25 years, and claims that many people have cause colds and flu in the nose, but they do not have to activate and cause infection. However, if your feet cool, or fall in the temperature of the body, it will cause changes in the whole organism. Cold feet will cause shrinkage of blood vessels in the nose, which is a protective reflex action, which slows heat loss from the body. the skin becomes whiter and the flow of blood to the nose decreases. Thus reduced the number of white blood cells, whose role is to fight infections.
General practitioner advises:
This disorder usually occurs due to poor blood circulation, which can be caused by serious illnesses. First we determined the cause of the disorder, then the treatment approach. Basically disease apply to drugs that improve peripheral circulation, especially capillary. Sometimes it can be given with other drugs such as anticoagulants or anti-depressants, which improve circulation. It is useful to bring a lot of vitamin C and B, as well as foods rich in iron, and avoid fatty foods. Alternately showering the region first with cold and then hot water, as well as physical activity improves peripheral circulation. As the ultimate form of treatment and due to some illnesses can be applied and microsurgery.
Biologist and phytotherapist advises:
* Mix equal parts of hawthorn, balm, yarrow and raspberry leaf, and 3 tablespoons of the mixture and pour 7 dl of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for half an hour. Strain and drink 3 times a day before meals.
* Mix equal parts of hawthorn, arnica, yarrow, valerian, rosemary and coriander, and 3 tablespoons Pour mixture of 7 dl of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for half an hour. Strain and drink 3 times a day before meals.
* Pour tablespoon of crushed leaves of ginkgo with 2 dl of boiling water, cover and leave for half an hour. Strain and drink 3 times a day for a cup of tea. Also, you can take ginkgo tincture, three times daily 20 drops.
The nutritionist advises:
Diet rich in fruits and vegetables, lean meat, dairy and grain production. Instead of a diet rich in refined sugar and trans fats, eat those that are rich in essential fatty acids. In addition, bring a sufficient quantity of lukewarm water to keep the body constantly hydrated. Avoid caffeine, alcohol and carbonated drinks. The menus include garlic, which is ideal for bad circulation, then olive oil, pumpkin seeds, nuts, cumin, rosemary, ginger, cinnamon, and red wine. Consume foods rich in vitamins B: beans, legumes, brewer’s yeast and hot pepper.