But what about if they feel cold even when the air temperature is a comfortable 74 degrees? Cold feet are not necessarily a concern, but they can be a sign of an underlying systemic disease. That is why persistently cold feet should be examined by a qualified podiatrist.
Cold feet may also be a sign of peripheral neuropathy, which is characterized by loss of sensation in the feet, and is often a sign of diabetes. Another problem for which cold feet may be a problem is heart disease.
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