Could the poor circulation in your feet be alleviated with the help of heat?
The Doctors test out a slipper, which claims to help people dealing with diabetes and those with poor circulation in their feet. The product says it will hold its heat for 30 minutes to an hour and can easily be charged via USB.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says the heated slippers are "warm and comfortable" and he deems it "a buzz."
But, The Doctors note if you have an underlying medical condition that is causing poor circulation, heated slippers will not cure it, but it could at least help to soothe your feet. Of course, consult with your doctor if you are dealing with a health issue that results in poor circulation.
Looking for more products to help keep your feet warm and toasty? Check out these rechargeable cat slippers, a cozy foot warmer that plugs in, and these rechargeable boots -- all of which will keep your feet warm in the colder months.
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