If your feet feel cold, numb, or tingly, it could be a sign of poor circulation. You may notice this happens more at night. This is because as the temperature drops at night, circulation issues become worse. Try massaging your feet and legs daily to help with blood flow. Also, putting hot packs behind your knees will help open your blood vessels to your feet.*
In addition to regular exercise, you can improve your circulation through your diet. Natural gingko biloba, ginger, cayenne, and garlic have been proven to help improve circulation.
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