Causes of poor circulation
There are many factors that can cause poor circulation, including things like Age and certain medical conditions such as Diabetes. Read on to find out more.
Cholesterol can cause thickening of the veins, making it harder for your heart to pump the blood around your system.
If you regularly experience leg aches and pains, or swollen legs and ankles, it could be a sign of high blood pressure.
Explore how to measure your BMI and visceral fat levels and learn how obesity affects the circulatory system and steps to take to improve your health.
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.
This article explores the different ways the chemicals in cigarettes can affect our circulatory system.
10 things you need to know about diabetes and leg health.
10 things you need to know about Peripheral Arterial Disease.
10 things you need to know about Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)
Poor circulation can cause various symptoms such as aching legs, swollen feet and ankles.
A Revitive Circulation Booster and healthy lifestyle habits can help improve symptoms.
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