Little exercise and poor circulation lead to cold hands and feet. In winter the cold temperatures add to this. Read here how you can keep your hands and feet warm and make yourself comfortable in your home office.
Slippers and warm wool socks are rarely seen on colleagues' feet in the office. But if you get cold feet quickly and aren't lucky enough, you can easily help with comfortable slippers and warm socks in your home office without getting surprised looks from your colleagues.
Typing on the keyboard is difficult with cold hands and fingers. Plus, being cold distracts you from work. If you want to briefly warm your hands, you can use a practical heating pad. When the pillows are activated, a chemical reaction begins inside and the small hand warmers provide temporary warmth. The gadget is particularly suitable for outdoor use, because if you start to feel cold on longer walks, you can quickly warm up your hands in this way. Cuffs are even better for the home office. The advantage of this, unlike classic gloves, is that your fingers remain free and you can still type well.
Good blood circulation is also important for warm hands and feet. In order for the vessels to dilate and the body to pump more blood into the feet, exercise is needed. This is already lacking in the classic office with a desk, and even more so in the home office. As soon as your toes get cold, you can easily help them out in your home office with this foot massage roller. The uneven surface and the movement ensure good blood circulation and the feet become warmer. This massage ball for the hands works in a similar way.
Although the foot massage roller is a good way to stimulate blood circulation and thus warm up the feet, support in the form of electronic gadgets can also help. Electrically operated foot warmers, in which you simply place your feet and warm them up, are popular. This is not only particularly comfortable, but also effective.
As simple as it sounds, even a simple hot drink warms your hands. Another effect: it tastes good and allows you to take a short break from work. Although some people are lucky enough to have their own café at work and get good coffee there, that is certainly not the rule and so tea and coffee lovers can ensure that they are optimally prepared at home. Individual requests such as special tea creations or plant-based milk substitutes included.
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