It is actually poor circulation that will present as cold hand and feet. The heart pumps the oxygen and nutrients through the blood and keeps the circulatory system going.
Different types of heart disease can cause cold hands and feet. A heart attack, blocked arteries, an aneurysm and atherosclerosis are some of the cardiac problems that impair circulation.
Lack of exercise can affect the heart and circulatory system. This lack of blood flow can present in cold hands and feet.
Smoking – a leading cause of heart disease – also causes circulation problems and can worsen the condition of having cold hands and feet. Alcohol consumption will also worsen the problem.
Heart disease is not the only cause of cold hands and feet. Injury or trauma, iron deficiency, Raynaud’s disease and thyroid conditions are some of the other causes of cold hands and feet. Always have this symptom checked by a physician.
Treatment for Poor Blood Circulation
1. The Manna Blood Circulation Support helps to widen the arteries and enhance blood circulation.
2. Cut sugar and sugary foods and drinks from your diet, because sugar is the main the cause for
triglycerides, which causes fat deposits on the inside walls of the arteries.
3. Follow a Low Carb Diet, like the healthy Manna Diet, to reduce any long term
damage caused by a wrong diet.