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can high blood pressure cause your feet to be cold? my feet are ice cold.

I have high blood pressure and am a bit sinus tachycaridic and my feet are ice cold.

 

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Vascular conditions affect the arteries that carry blood throughout your body. Many people suffer poor circulation, especially as they grow older, and this may lead to cold feet. High blood pressure (hypertension) and other types of cardiovascular disease can also reduce circulation, especially to the extremities.

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