Heavy Legs

Very common problem in everyday life, filled with sitting in front of a computer at work, driving for long periods of time, and wholesome lack of physical activity. The heavy legs also appear as a result of incapacitated blood circulation or other health problem.

When outside temperatures rise during the summer months, the heavy legs become a frequently observed problem. Combined with the intake of certain medicines, such as regulators of blood pressure, steroids, antidepressants, NSAIDs, and medicines for diabetes, the heaviness in the legs could become hard to bear.

Pregnant women frequently experience swelling in the limbs, which is a natural part of the course of pregnancy.


  • Use cream for heavy legs from the morning, as a preventive measure.
  • Put on comfortable shoes, which do not tighten your legs and hamper blood circulation. During the summer months use more open shoes, which allow ventilation in the legs.
  • Drink a lot of water.
  • Avoid consuming soft drinks and ones with caffeine.
  • Limit your salt consumption.
  • When bathing, use cooler water.
  • When you experience heavy and tired legs, try to place them to a higher level, so that you enhance the return of blood towards the heart.
  • Massaging movements from the toes towards the knees might help.

If you experience long-lasting and more serious problem with heavy legs, and cosmetic products and basic measures do not help, seek medical help. That might be a symptom of a more serious illness, related to the cardiovascular system, the kidneys, the liver, and so on.

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