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Keeping hands and feet warm while working at a the computer

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by JamesEB, 13 Dec 2018.

  1. EddieM

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    Ignore them, there are some ok people on here, hope you're keeping warm.
     
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    I know an old thread, but I was in this situation a few years back. I had a big desk and put an oil filled radiator under it - found it to be much nicer than the fan heater and would warm the desk itself as well as my legs. Great for productivity too as it meant I spent more time working and less time sitting on the sofa having tea breaks.
     
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    Suggest to OP..
    If extremities getting cold then could be blood circulation issue... suggest getting tested for Diabetes (seriously)
     
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