What to do against cold feet

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High quality wool socks to keep feet warm and dry.

Many people do not know how important high-quality socks are for persevering in cold temperatures. Cotton socks are not the first choice because they absorb and retain water, making the feet cool down quickly.

What socks are best for cold feet?

It is essential that the socks are breathable and moisture-absorbing. Ideal are, for example, functional socks or the good old knitted socks made of wool.

Wool socks are comfortable and practical because they wick the water that they absorb directly back to the outside.

Also, wool warms when it gets wet, which is due to a chemical effect in the wool fibers.

Even if sneaker socks look particularly hip, higher socks are better suited for winter. The waistband should be somewhat loose because otherwise the blood circulation is again restricted.

If you have cold feet in bed, you can keep your socks on while sleeping – especially warm socks made of alpaca wool or merino wool are suitable for this.

Our body perceives ice cold feet as a malfunction, and it releases stress hormones, which then do not let us fall asleep.

So if you often have cold feet in winter, just go to bed with high-quality wool socks!

M.G enterprise wool is ideal for knitting sweaters, art and craft, etc. Items made from this yarn may be laundered through the use of water, detergent or soap and gentle hand manipulation; no bleach product may be used.

Felting of merino occurs upon hammering or other mechanical agitation as the microscopic barbs on the surface of merino fibers hook together. Felting generally comes under two main areas, dry felting or wet felting. Wet felting occurs when water and a lubricant (especially an alkali such as soap) are applied to the wool which is then agitated until the fibers mix and bond together. Temperature shock while damp or wet accentuates the felting process. Some natural felting can occur on the animals back.

Keep your feet warm:-

  1. Avoid having bare feet. Always wear socks, slippers or shoes in the house.
  2. Keep toes toasty in bed. If your feet get cold in the night then go to bed wearing socks.
  3. Keep your socks and feet dry. Wear dry waterproof shoes when you go out.
  4. Put your feet up. Hot air rises, so keep your feet up on a stool when sitting down, as floor level is likely to be the coolest part of a room.
  5. Opt for woolly socks. Wear woolly socks or socks containing an insulating material in the winter, and cotton socks in the summer as cotton provides better ventilation to keep your feet cool.
  6. Keep moving. Move your legs around to keep blood circulating to your feet.