Poor circulation can cause feet to feel cold, numb and sore. One way to prevent this is by wearing shoes that aren’t too tight. Shoes that are designed with pain relief in mind, like http://fixmywalk.com/best-shoes-for-plantar-fasciitis/. Home remedies can also aid you.
Home remedies for improving the circulation in your feet:
Take a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, pour it at the bottom of your shoe (preferably a shoe designed to relieve pain, like those on http://fixmywalk.com/best-shoes-for-plantar-fasciitis/) , put on socks and then walk all day with the cayenne pepper at bottom of the shoe. It is important not to walk with bare feet on the cayenne pepper!
Consume more garlic and green tea. Both of these substances work wonders when it comes to improving blood circulation.
Drink a tablespoon apple cider vinegar and lukewarm water every morning on an empty stomach. This will kickstart your circulation.
Eat a lot of nuts, drink tea, eat citrus fruits, eat dark green vegetables and avoid fatty foods. Nuts, tea, fruits and vegetables all work together to improve circulation whereas fatty foods can have a negative impact on it.
Take Folic-acid tablets to help with prevention of calcification of arteries.
Drink ½ a teaspoon cayenne pepper mixed with ½ a teaspoon mustard in warm water 2-3 times a day. This will greatly help to improve your circulation.
Every morning, take a tablespoon of tomato sauce, mix it with a pinch cayenne pepper, turmeric and ginger, increased the last three after one week to half a teaspoon and then the next week to a full teaspoon. (Add small amount of water, mix well and sip away)
Quarter-cup Epsom salt, quartz breeding red powder is a miracle mix that will help your feet improve in no time. Drink this mixture at least once a day and you’ll soon be seeing results.