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  Life   Health  07 Jan 2018  Cold feet and hands can be tackled by wearing loose clothes and eating spicy food

Cold feet and hands can be tackled by wearing loose clothes and eating spicy food

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Jan 7, 2018, 7:26 pm IST
Updated : Jan 7, 2018, 7:26 pm IST

Loose clothing is also suggested as a way to stay warmer since it helps the body heat up extra air space that provides insulation.

Not being able to warm up quickly after coming home from the cold and noticing changes in skin colour can mean something far more serious (Photo: Pixabay)
 Not being able to warm up quickly after coming home from the cold and noticing changes in skin colour can mean something far more serious (Photo: Pixabay)

People across the globe are trying everything from warm clothing to other measures available for tackling the cold weather. Among these dietary changes can be instrumental for those trying to keep themselves warm.

Suffering from cold hands and feet is one of the most common aspects of winter as the cold weather causes blood vessels to constrict. While giving yourself a massage is a way to increase circulation, doctors are recommending spicy food as something that work wonders.

The change in food habits is among several simple tips including avoiding cigarettes and going for water instead of coffee which can help people get warm faster by improving blood flow. Loose clothing is also suggested as a way to stay warmer since it helps the body heat up extra air space that provides insulation.

Meanwhile doctors also warned that not being able to warm up quickly after coming home from the cold and noticing changes in skin colour can mean something far more serious.

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