Cold hands are often signals of nervousness. But it can also manifest as a result of stress. Cold hands even if you’re safely indoors is your body’s way saying that you have to take things slower. However, there are ways to manage this. Research on biofeedback reveals that warming your hands whenever cold hands manifest can reduce stress load.
Here’s a quick remedy for it. Close your eyes and flex your fingers imagining that you are playing with something warm and soft. (Check your thoughts, perv!) Cup you face and touch your cheeks. Interlock your fingers and gently squeeze them gently sliding them towards you fingertips. Release and repeat several times. Gently massage the ball of your palms to improve circulation. Try it now. Feels great, I tell you.