Yep, There's a Reason Your Feet Are Always Cold

Some people just have cold feet, in the literal sense. Are you most comfortable wearing UGGs, even in the spring? Does your partner complain about your ice-cold toes brushing up against their shins during the night? If your feet are always cold, there's an explanation. We talked to Danielle DesPrés, DPM, a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon and podiatrist, to learn more.Dr. DesPrés told POPSUGAR that it's not uncommon to have cold feet some of the time, but if it's constant, there may be an underlying condition that's causing it. She suggested speaking with your doctor if cold feet is a recurrent problem for you.What Are Some Common Causes of Cold Feet?Dr. DesPrés said that poor circulation is one of the most common causes of cold feet. "As the arteries move away from the heart and into the legs and feet, they progressively become smaller and more easily blocked with fatty plaque," she explained. "Since the arteries going to the feet are the smallest…

Watch Robin Roberts Honor Sabrina Ionescu's Record-Breaking NCAA Career at the ESPYs

Sabrina Ionescu became a bona fide basketball superstar at the University of Oregon, but her senior year - and her last chance at an NCAA championship - was cut short by the pandemic. The same thing happened at schools across the country, depriving thousands of student-athletes of their long-awaited senior season. In a touching video at this year's ESPYs, NFL quarterback Tom Brady and Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts honored Ionescu, Michigan State basketball star Cassius Winston, and all other high school and college seniors who lost out on their final season.

"I know what you were thinking when you came back to school this year," Roberts opened the segment, speaking to Ionescu and Winston. "You came back because you wanted to win." The accompanying highlight reel showed some of the athletes' greatest moments, spotlighting Ionescu's 2,000 points, 1,000 assists, and 1,000 career rebounds at Oregon - she's the first player in NCAA Division I history to reach all three benchmarks. "Everything was coming together, until your last shot got taken away." Winston and Ionescu, she went on, were just two of the many seniors "who missed out on what should've been one of the greatest years of your lives."

Despite the disappointment, Ionescu (the No. 1 pick in this year's WNBA draft) and Winston, along with their fellow graduating seniors, are still only at the beginning of their careers. Roberts closed by offering advice for finding closure and moving forward: "Never forget [your senior season]," she said. "Never stop chasing what you lost. And use your loss to make an even bigger impact than you ever thought possible."

Watch the full, touching video below.



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