How to Keep Your Hands Warm in Winter

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  • How to Keep Your Hands Warm in Winter

  • There are two ways to warm up your hands.

  • A harder way and an easier way.

  • A harder way is to follow a set of rules that require active effort by you.

  • An easier way is to use special products but it means you need to spend some money.

  • Harder Way

  • Rub your hands together rapidly. Sit on your hands.Breathe on your hands. Keep your hands in your pockets.Place your hands under your armpits.Put your hands between your legs.

  • Exercise your hands. Do finger wiggles, hand stretches and shaking of the hands.Hold a cup of hot coffee, tea or cocoa.Put them in warm water.Ask someone to rub your hands until they're warm.People with cold hands tend to breathe shallow. Practice deep breathing.

  • The following foods improve circulation, thus helping cold hands: cinnamon, ginger, fennel, cayenne, potassium, niacin, iron, vitamins B, C and E, lecithin, Ginkgo Biloba, apple cider vinegar.

  • Stay hydrated to increase the volume of blood flowing to your hands.Don't smoke. Nicotine constricts blood vessels.Try a mind-body technique, such as imagining something warm.Get a blood test done to check for iron deficiency.Try acupuncture.Reduce stress and anxiety.Avoid static lifestyle.

  • Easier Way

  • These products will keep your hands warm even in extremely cold temperatures.

  • Battery Heated Gloves

  • Battery Heated Mittens

  • Battery Heated Glove Liners

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