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When you start to feel the temperature dropping in your hands and feet, wriggle your fingers and toes, stamp your feet, or put your hands somewhere on your body to warm them up, like in your back pockets or under your armpits.

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  1. Charmaine Nygaard says:

    I use hot hands-and find they help me the most. Thanks for your update. Plus I put beanbags in the micro bag , warm them up and hold onto it until my fingers return to a better status.Thanks, Charmaine

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