From a weak immune system to persistent fatigue – the body may be telling you something – if you’re listening. You can learn different signs that may be pointing to circulation problems as well as a number of suggested remedies to help you overcome them. A few of the obvious include more physical movement and exercise, keep an eye on alcohol and caffeine consumption, as well as reducing any stress you may be experiencing. Not always easy, but worth it to improve your health.
- Mild cases of swelling in your feet can be due to sitting or standing in one position for long periods of time, high salt intake, malnutrition, obesity, aging, a sedentary lifestyle, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and pregnancy.
- You can also have numbness due to constant pressure on your hands or feet, exposure to cold, temporary nerve compression, a sedentary lifestyle and a nutritional deficiency of vitamin B12 or magnesium
- Other common causes of cold hands and feet are an underactive thyroid, Raynaud’s syndrome and peripheral neuropathy. If you have cold extremities without any known reason, consult your doctor to find
“By knowing the symptoms of poor circulation, you can target the root cause and get it treated timely.”