Poor Circulation in Hands and Feet We all have experienced the sensation when our hands and feet get extremely cold, numb, have a tingling sensation, and sometimes, they even ache! Apart from pain and cramps, some of the affected people may develop swelling of the feet. This is because accumulation of sweat in this region makes the area moist, which is ideal for the growth of fungus causing infections. This is a good exercise during work hours. Wrap a rubber band around both the toes and pull them apart from each other, such that they are pushing against your other toes. newsThe prevalence of this type of infection is very common. This results in partial or totally blocking of the blood flow to the feet. Its symptoms should be considered seriously to be able to diagnose the specific infection and... Psoriasis: Red spots that may be covered by silvery scales are usually indicative of psoriasis. Though adults are more likely to experience cramps, children could also get affected.
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Carolina wrens are still singing, and the only true migratory feeder birds Ive seen so far this fall have been purple finches. Im still waiting for juncos, white-throated sparrows, tree sparrows and red-breasted nuthatches to return. I know juncos and white-throats wont let me down, but tree sparrows and red-breasted nuthatches are less reliable. Seeing red-breasted nuthatches is always a treat. Like white-breasted nuthatches, red-breasts are acrobatic birds that often climb head-first down tree trunks and spiral around branches. This behavior alone makes nuthatches easy to recognize. Red-breasts are a bit smaller than white-breasts and distinguished by their rusty underparts, white eyebrows and black eye lines. Look for them in mixed flocks of chickadees, titmice and kinglets. The primary reason I enjoy seeing red-breasted nuthatches is that they are tame and perhaps the easiest birds to hand feed.
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