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James Ioli, Podiatry, answeredIf you notice that your feet are colder than usual, visit your doctor to determine whether it's a sign of a heart or circulatory problem. Treatment of any underlying condition, be it phlebitis or high blood pressure, may help restore circulation and is important for your overall health. You can also help yourself by getting more exercise, because activity improves circulation. It may help to massage your feet regularly, either with your hands or by rolling your feet over nubby objects, which helps draw blood into the area.