Warm Up Cold Hands and Feet
Getting cold feet (and fingers)? Warm them up with these tips from Brian Harrington, a family physician with a practice in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
- Put them in warm water. Water conducts heat 25 times faster than air.
- Let a pal with warm hands rub yours.
- Stay hydrated. This helps incease the volume of blood flowing to your digits.
- Don’t smoke. Nicotine constricts blood vessels and prevents blood form reaching your extremities.