Cold hands?


If you have problems with cold hands, I recommend you read this short text:

There are a few things that can affect the temperature of your hands. First of all, air temperature and clothing matter. Hands are the first thing to get cold if the air temperature drops. The body constricts the blood vessels in the hands and feet to conserve heat in the rest of the body. The same thing happens if you are tense or nervous.

If it's been a long time since your last meal, it can also affect the body temperature of your hands.

Even the way your body is built can affect whether you feel cold or warm in your skin. Lean people with less subcutaneous fat may experience cold hands and feet more often.

Hereditary factors probably also play a big role in whether or not you have warm hands and feet.

Smoking affects the circulation negatively and causes the blood vessels to constrict. It makes hands and feet colder. Hands and feet also get cold if you sit still. When you move and get warm, your hands and feet also get warm.

But there is help to be had. With Warmly, you can warm up your hands exactly when you want. It is relatively quick to get your hands warm and it takes longer for them to cool down again.

For example, golfers are often seen warming their hands before their next shot and at the absolute elite level, rechargeable batteries are often used hand warmer between strokes.

Another sport that also uses hand warmers frequently is esports. In gaming, it is important to have fast reflexes and the cold does you no good.

It's no coincidence that Ninjas in Pajamas (NIP) use hand warmers from us at Warmly. We have the absolute best hand warmers in the Nordics with a high rating on Trustpilot (

So avoid cold hands with our rechargeable hand warmer, which can also be divided into two units using magnets.

Thank you from us at Warmly - the Nordics' best hand warmer