To improve leg circulation, stay active to the best of your ability, take care of your diet and you can also use natural remedies for poor circulation in the legs.
Causes of poor leg circulation
Poor circulation in the legs is a problem that affects many people and can be serious. The main causes of poor circulation in the legs are age (it usually manifests especially after the age of 50) and unhealthy habits such as sedentary lifestyle, obesity or smoking. Having cholesterol and high blood pressure makes it even worse. The symptoms of poor circulation in the legs are manifested in the form of tiredness, pain, swelling of the legs, tingling, etc.
How to improve leg circulation
The best treatment for this problem is to perform exercises for the circulation of the legs , such as trying not to stay seated or in the same posture for a long time, walking every day for a while, having your legs up when you rest and massage your feet. It is also important to wear comfortable shoes and socks or stockings that do not squeeze.
Additionally, there are several natural remedies for leg circulation. For example, extracts from plants such as centella , ruscus, or horse chestnut improve circulation. There are also ampoules and pills for the circulation of the legs based on gingko , currant , myrtle , rosehip or grape that activate the blood circulation.