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Is poor circulation the real reason you feel the cold? – Daily Express

by – April 5, 2016

Poor circulation

Professor Mark Whiteley talks about poor circulation and if this is affecting you during the cold

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Poor circulation is one of those commonly used terms that means different things to different people and many mistakenly use the term when complaining about having cold hands and toes.

The medical definition for poor circulation is that it occurs when the arteries are blocked or narrowed, restricting the blood flow through the vessels. This is often caused by lifestyle habits or health conditions such as smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes and old age.

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