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Tips for improving your circulation and energy flow

Winston Sih | posted Monday, Oct 7th, 2013

Spending time sitting in an office chair or driving in your car can create stagnant circulation and bloating in your legs. This can be even more prominent for pregnant women, and it affects more than 50 per cent of men and women over the age of 50.  Alternative health expert Bryce Wylde stopped by to share his tips for improving circulation and energy flow.

  1. Wear compression socks to promote blood circulation back to the heart.  These socks will prevent blood from pooling in the veins in your legs, and Wylde says this is something that can be easily warn while flying or driving.
  2. A lymphatic brush can boost blood flow in the peripheries.  Simply brush in an upwards direction and towards the heart.
  3. A leg massager will improve circulation and compression in your legs and ankles.  They can be purchased for approximately $500, and the vibrating motions will move blood back up your legs to reduce swelling–perfect for pregnant women.
  4. If you’re laying down at home, a few pillows to elevate your legs will encourage blood flow back towards the heart.  
  5. Lastly, a topical cream like Delivra from LivRelief is an excellent, safe product to tighten and prevent visible varicose veins (also known as spider veins) often visible in the leg area.

What other tips do you have to improve circulation and energy flow in the peripheries? Feel free to share them in the comments below.

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