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Restless legs

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 July 2015, Healthy legs - varicose veins, Stress and sleep
restless-legs

How annoying it is to find that as you lay yourself down to sleep your legs decide to twitch and jump and generally carry on as if being bitten by stinging ants.

Reasons other than poor circulation such as high histamine levels or calcium/magnesium imbalance can cause the legs to have a life of their own.

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13 causes of varicose veins

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 July 2015, Healthy legs - varicose veins
varicose-veins

Do not make the mistake of writing off varicose veins as an appearance flaw, because their unsightliness is just one aspect of this condition; it can be an extremely bothersome and painful ailment.

If these veins bulge significantly, even a minor injury could result in excessive bleeding.

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Venous circulation and varicose veins

by Sonia Chartier, on 28 April 2015, Healthy legs - varicose veins
leg massage

 Josée Fortin, Naturopath and Biochemist – Special collaboration

Summer is on the way, and many of us want to show our smooth, varicose vein-free legs. Varicose veins are formed by enlarged blood vessels in the legs, right under the skin’s surface. They are the result of damage to the venous valves, whose function is to prevent excessive accumulation of blood in a specific region. When they malfunction, venous pressure increases, which leads to a transfer of liquid into the surrounding tissues, swelling, heaviness, fatigue and leg pain.

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Leg cramps: Where do they come from?

by Sonia Chartier, on 9 June 2014, Healthy legs - varicose veins, Healthy Living
leg cramps

At night, leg cramps set in almost imperceptibly until you are suddenly overcome with pain and awakened from your precious slumber.

Leg cramps can occur for several reasons:

  • Varicose veins
  • Magnesium deficiency, which causes poor calcium absorption
  • Sudden decrease or increase in physical activity
  • Dehydration

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