Are your feet always cold? Do they “fall asleep” easily? Do you experience frequent cramping and swelling? If so, you might have poor circulation. The circulatory system delivers blood throughout your body to keep your heart beating, brain working, and body moving. Poor circulation means it’s harder for your body to move blood throughout your body, which typically results in problems and symptoms that first occur in the feet and legs and we’ve got the socks to help!
If you sit at a desk all day or are constantly on your feet, you may be more likely to suffer from poor circulation. Poor circulation is often just a sign of other health issues, and small symptoms such as swelling, achiness, and tingling might eventually lead to more serious conditions like DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis, or blood clots). Certain situations may also increase the likelihood of you being affected by poor circulation, like long flights and pregnancy.
Here are a few things you can do to improve circulation:
- Regularly check if your blood pressure and cholesterol levels are in a healthy range
- Don’t smoke
- Exercise often
- Eat a healthy diet
- Avoid sitting or standing for long periods of time
- Wear compression socks
- Elevate your legs
Learn more about compression therapy and see more ways graduated compression can help you.
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