Cold Feet Causes: GI Parasites, Candida Yeast, H Pylori, Worms…

- Updated on November 1, 2020

Cold Feet Causes: GI Parasites, Candida Yeast, H Pylori, Worms... 1By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author

Cold Feet Causes: GI Parasites, Candida Yeast, H Pylori, Worms…

What makes Cold Feet

In this YouTube video interview, Dr. Artour Rakhimov explains most common causes of cold feet and treatment options.

Cold Feet Cold feet are usually caused by constriction of blood vessels (vasoconstriction) and neurological factors related to the function of nerve cells. Vasoconstriction has a simple explanation related to a shortage of the most-potent-known vasodilator CO2 (carbon dioxide) in the arterial blood. Normal nerve function requires an excess of free electrons or a slightly-negative-body voltage. However, since modern people are rarely grounded to Earth, they nearly always have a positive body voltage: usually a very large one. Candida and other GI pathogens can trigger this reaction. Having acute chest or sinus infection can surely cause colder feet, and, in such cases, many people would suspect that toxins from respiratory pathogens are culprits of this symptom.

Warning. Cold feet is a typical sign of the presence of intestinal worms, such as flatworms, round warms, and others. One needs to check this possible cause too.

Effects of heavy breathing on brain circulation and oxygenation Even when the official diagnosis is diabetes or hypothyroidism, the real cause of cold feet is hypocapnia. There are no studies that measured CO2 effects on circulation and O2 transport in feet. However, there are dozens of studies devoted to CO2 effects on the brain. The image on the right provides a clear picture, and in cases of cold feet, effects are exactly the same.

The meaning of feet that are cold

Therefore, cold feet meaning is simple: you have a low body- and brain-oxygen content (nearly always less than 20 seconds) due to too heavy breathing caused by low body CO2 and resultant vasoconstriction. Normal body oxygenation at rest is about 40-50 seconds.

Cold feet are more common at night and after meals (due to more hyperventilation), while some people always have cold feet (for example, due to a constant flow of toxins generated in the digestive tract by Candida albicans infection with or without additional load from Blastocystis hominis, Helicobacter pylori and other pathogens).

Natural remedies for feet that are colder than normal

A simple breathing exercise to warm up cold feet was developed by Russian doctors and tested on thousands of their patients. Most people can experience improvement in 2-3 minutes or even less. This exercise for cold feet can be found here: Warm up Cold Feet in 2-3 Min. However, some people require more efforts to warm up cold feet.

An additional powerful treatment is Earthing since getting free electrons from Earth helps blood vessels, improves nerve function, and decreases inflammation. A sea salt bath for cold feet is described on this page: How to ground yourself. This method works in about 20-30 minutes and is especially effective for people with severe problems due to cold feet, chronic inflammation, and other serious conditions.

Changes in diet, good chewing, and certain supplements help to suppress Candida albicans, H Pylori, Blastocystis Hominis, and other intruders that reside on the surface of the GI tract forming biofilms that intensify inflammation and prevent absorption of nutrients from food chum.

Permanent solution for colder feet

Smiling medical doctors If you achieve a certain result (in seconds) for body-oxygen test (also known as the Control Pause test), your problems with cold feet will naturally disappear. These are typical findings of Russian MDs teaching breathing retraining to their patients.

One needs to get over 35 s for the CP test 24/7, but some people find nearly complete relief from cold feet with over 25 seconds for the body oxygen test 24/7.


For solutions related to cold feet caused by worms, (in this case, you are likely to lose weight in spite of normal eating), you need to contact your healthcare provider for lab tests and treatment options.

Or go back to Symptoms of Hyperventilation