Causes of poor circulation

When you have poor blood circulation, your blood cannot sufficiently reach certain parts of your body, preventing them from getting the nutrients and oxygen they need and from removing wastes.

Inactivity, a sedentary lifestyle, smoking, living with diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol are risk factors for poor circulation associated with peripheral arterial disease.

Use the Quick Check on Circulation here and discuss the results with your doctor.

High Blood Pressure

If you regularly experience leg aches and pains, or swollen legs and ankles, it could be a sign of high blood pressure. Read more

High Cholesterol

Cholesterol can cause thickening of the veins, making it harder for your heart to pump the blood around your system. Read more

Diabetes

10 things you need to know about diabetes and leg health. Read more

Obesity

Explore how to measure your BMI and visceral fat levels and learn how obesity affects the circulatory system. Read more

Smoking

Smoking can cause serious problems to your circulation. Find out how it affects blood vessels and the potential circulatory diseases it can cause. Read more

Aging

As we age, we’re more likely to suffer from circulation problems. We look at the ways in which age can affect your blood-flow and potential solutions. Read more

PAD

High blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes are risk factors for poor circulation medically diagnosed as Peripheral Arterial Disease. Read more.

Revitive Medic Circulation Booster® actively improves circulation by stimulating the muscles in your legs and feet.

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Symptoms of poor circulation

Poor circulation can cause various symptoms such as aching legs, swollen feet and ankles.

Improve your circulation

Healthy lifestyle habits complemented with the daily use of Revitive Circulation Booster can help improve your circulation.

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