Cold Feet Treatment
Just can't warm your feet no matter what you do?
There are steps (no pun intended) you can take to improve the circulation in your feet.
Try a pair of our far infrared socks. FIR stimulates circulation at the molecular level.
Socks are not a "overnight wonder".
The socks are not a "overnight wonder" and that is precisely because of the science in which they work
Far infrared ray (FIR) socks increase circulation at the molecular level. Opening up blood flow by dilating blood vessel and capillaries resulting in warmer healthier feet.
There’s nothing quite like our therapy socks available anywhere else.
FIR Socks for Treating Cold Feet
Socks for Cold Feet
Specialty socks are fused with a safe formula of bio-ceramics that emit beneficial far infrared rays (FIR).
These waves of soothing energy penetrate deep into the tissues of your toes and basically increase (stimulate) the molecular activity of the cells.
The stimulation of the tiny capillaries and veins in your body dilate the cells and allow fresh oxygenated blood containing vital nutrients to reach afflicted areas.
Circulation is increased helping to Warm your Cold Feet
How To Warm Cold FeetStart by increasing your intake of fresh water. Most people are so dehydrated and then wonder why their feet are cold. Hello!
First and foremost - drink more fresh water. You need to stay hydrated. This helps to improve circulation to your feet and greatly increases the efficacy of our FIR socks.
To begin, wear our FIR socks as often as you can. Wear them to bed and sleep with them on.
Far infrared is a natural healing process - promoting renewed circulation to having warmer, healthier and happier feet.
Cold Feet at Night in Bed
Wouldn’t your partner prefer warm feet to cold?
And what is it about women having COLD feet? No matter what you do, you just can’t seem to warm them up.
Well, I will tell you what it is. It’s based on evolution and the ability of women to bear children.
Just Can't Seem to Warm them up
Yes, women are definitely more prone to having cold feet than men. But there is a natural reason for it.
A women’s body is designed through evolution to regulate core body temperature and protect core organs.
It’s a natural wonderful thing but it does result in restricted circulation to the extremities. Resulting in cold feet and hands.
What are Cold Feet?
I think all of us have experienced cold feet at some point. You know... that cold, damp clammy feeling that can happen even when you are indoors.
Basically, you are experiencing a lack of circulation to the toes and feet which can be caused by a variety of conditions. The capillaries that transmit fresh oxygenated blood to your feet are shut down or constricted.
Common conditions associated with cold feet:
- Raynaud's Syndrome have cold feet, but you can have cold feet & toes anytime.
- Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a narrowing or blockage of the arteries.
- Peripheral Neuropathy is a nerve disorder that can cause your feet to feel cold.
- Chilblains is a condition resulting from exposure to extreme cold damp environments. Toes are itchy, painful, reddish or purplish, and even swollen.
- Frostbite in extremely cold environments, like back country skiing, snowmobiling or snowboarding.
- Trench foot develops after prolonged exposure to a wet, cold environment and is more serious than chilblains. Toes and feet may appear pale, red, blotchy, or purple to blue. Feet are usually swollen and painful.
Treating Cold Feet:
All of the cold feet conditions above can benefit from Far Infrared Socks.
Even if you just wear the socks at night, you should notice a improved feeling during the day.
FIR Energy is Safest Way
The goal is to improve circulation to your feet and natural FIR energy is the safest and efficient way to do this.
Even if your doctor prescribes medications, you can still use non-invasive Far Infrared Socks to promote circulation to your toes and improve the overall warmth of your feet.
What can Far Infrared Socks do to help?
The threads in our Best Socks are impregnated with a safe formula of bio-ceramics that emit beneficial far infrared rays (FIR).
These rays can penetrate deep into the tissues of your body and basically increase (stimulate) the molecular activity of the cells.
The stimulation of the tiny capillaries and veins in your feet dilate the cells and allow fresh oxygenated blood containing vital nutrients to reach afflicted areas.
Circulation is increased, swelling is reduced, accumulated toxins are released, and the restoration process is promoted.