Why are my toes so cold (only some of the time)?
October 24, 2006 9:44 AM Subscribe
How do my toes know how cold it is--outside?
posted by kimota to Health & Fitness (10 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
My family keeps our house pretty close to the same temperature year 'round (about 66 in the cold of winter up to 73 in summer, but usually closer to 70-72), and there are times when it's 66 at night in the summer, and I freakin' love it.
But why do my feet (especially my toes) get so darn cold when I go to bed on nights when it's especially cold outside but my idea of perfectly comfortable inside?