Today, I’d like to introduce you to the second step of how to treat cold feet and water retention by yourself! Please see the first step here.
In my experience, massage of the lower legs is very beneficial for those who suffer with cold feet and water retention.
If your main concern is water retention, you should start by “wringing” the ankles with a light touch first. This helps to release puffiness when pushing up underneath the knees. Massaging this area also helps to decongest sluggish lymphatic flow.
If cold feet is your problem, you can massage each single toe and rub the inside of the medial tibia (inside the shin bones in other words), resulting in an increasing of blood circulation.
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