These Heated Pads Are Like Mini Sleeping Bags For Your Feet
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Amazon is selling a foot warmer heating pad that is just like a mini sleeping bag for your feet to keep you warm over winter.
The foot warmer is a pouch for you to slip your feet into, and is intended for those suffering from poor circulation, arthritis as well as cold floors.
It has three heat settings, and the super soft mat is big enough for you and your partner at 55 centimetres wide and 53 centimetres deep, so it also saves you arguing over who is the coldest.
It also has a 10-foot-long chord so you can pretty much use it wherever you want, whether that's at home or in your freezing cold office. Not sure why you'd have your shoes off at work, though.
The pouch costs around £35 ($46) and also has a two-hour auto-off safety feature just in case you get too cosy and nod off.
Although it is a little bit on the pricey side, it can be used in the traditional ways as well on sore muscles, aching backs, and cramps.
The foot warmer has four out of five stars and have praised the pouch for helping them with their medical conditions.
One user said: "I have peripheral neuropathy, and my feet always feel cold. Truly, for the price of this item, you can't go wrong.
"I've tried socks, microwaveable booties, paraffin treatments, and finally these just to calm the pain from the neuropathy. This is the only thing that works consistently and conveniently."
A second added: "This is a pretty awesome little heating pad! I like that I can warm my feet with it. Most of the time however I simply use it on my back and shoulders.
"I have extreme muscle tension so this is amazing for relaxing those muscles. I don't have anything bad to say about it. I've never had it feel too hot for me. There are 3 heat settings: low, medium, and high. I always use the high."
If you want to make sure you're really warm this winter you can also buy knitted nose warmers and we want one to go with every outfit we own this winter.
But why do we suffer from such a chilly nose, even when the rest our body is a reasonable temperature?
Well, when the temperature drops - which it has done dramatically recently, the body directions blood away from extremities and towards our vital organs to ensure they're warm enough to function as normal.
Therefore, the reduced blood in these extremities - fingers, toes and your nose, making them feel colder.