Hi. Does anyone else have this problem and if so, do you find anything that helps or has fixed it? Unless it is really really warm, my feet feel cold, and now it's my lower legs too. During the heat wave I was roasting and feet were too hot, but now that it's a comfortable 25- 28 my feet are back to being chilly. Last night I was wearing wool socks, today it's knee socks and sweat pants when most people would be wearing shorts. I had a long shower/bath in really hot water and then went outside into the sun and walked for a bit, which helped, but now they are chilly again and it feels uncomfortabled. Could this be from overdoing it a bit during the blackout? I know my legs were sore from going up and down my stairs with ice and with stuff to carry to the barbecue, etc. Maybe the circulation will improve as the lactic acid gets removed over the next few days? But the problem with my feet has been a long term one. Also, they sweat even though don't feel hot. What's up with that? A naturopath said that's toxins coming out. ???? Anyone else have such a problem with cold feet? This past winter my winter wool socks [including mountaineering "30 below" wool socks] were not enough to keep my feet warm and I was just getting to the point of having to look into special very expensive thermal socks, like ones that are warmed with batteries, or Sealskins, or ones from Nikken with some sort of heat reflective material woven into fabric -- all very expensive. But then the weather warmed up, and my wool socks were good enough. I am in my 30's. The only people I know with this severe of a problem are in their 70's. Thanks. Jen F.