Serious Problems That Sore Feet Can Indicate

Constant Cold Feet

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If your toes are always feeling cold, even after putting on a pair of warm and cozy socks, one predominate reason can be due to poor blood circulation, which can be connected to cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, smoking, or anemia. Nerve damage associated with diabetes that is uncontrolled can also be a culprit for cold feet as well.

The most common cause of feet that are always cold is hypothyroidism. This is something to pay attention to especially if a patient is over forty years old. It is also possible you have an under active thyroid. Furthermore, if you do not manage hypothyroidism properly, you may experience hair loss, exhaustion, weight gain without reason, and depression. Cold feet is the first indication of hypothyroidism that can be diagnosed with a blood test. Once diagnosed, you can take daily medication to prevent major health problems.

Continue reading to discover what conditions foot pain and stiffness can indicate.

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