Professor Davies listed other unexpected signs:
Cold feet and numbness all year round with a burning sensation
“Cold feet may be the more well-known sign of poor circulation but how do you know if you are just prone to chilly toes or if it’s something more serious?” Said Professor Davies.
“If the rest of your body is warm but the feet are still icy cold or if you are experiencing pain at the same time, then chances are poor circulation is the issue. In fact, lack of blood flow to the legs is a common cause of cold feet.
“And while some may struggle with pain caused by poor circulation, numbness can be just as bad. Pins and needles that come with numbness in the feet can not only be uncomfortable but can also cause balance issues and mask potential foot injuries.”