1/5 - Which sports should you choose if you have heavy legs?

horse riding
It is recommended to practice sports to promote good blood circulation. However, some sports should be avoided or require special supervision: weightlifting; some combat sports or violent sports; sports practiced on hard surfaces (marathon, tennis, basketball, etc); sports practiced in a hot environment or requiring hot or tight-fitting equipment (fencing, horse riding, hockey, etc).

2/5 - Which positions should you choose if your legs are painful and heavy?

seated, legs straight
seated, legs crossed
in the lotus position
lying down, legs slightly elevated
Your blood will circulate better if you leave your legs outstretched when you are seated or lying down. You can also elevate the foot of your bed by 10 to 15 cm. If you have to remain seated or standing for a long time, take regular breaks whenever possible, to walk and flex your feet.

3/5 - Which good daily habits help to prevent heavy legs?

relaxing, hot baths
quick, lukewarm showers
long, hot showers
finishing off with a cold shower on your legs
To prevent heaviness in the legs, avoid exposure to heat such as taking baths and/or showers that are too hot . Also avoid saunas, Turkish bath, and hot wax hair removal.
You can rinse your legs with cold water at the end of your shower to promote circulation.

4/5 - Which dietary habits should you adopt if you suffer from venous insufficiency?

drink enough water (at least 1.5 L)
limit intake of saturated fats (butter, red meat, etc)
drink tea and coffee
limit alcohol and cigarettes
Eat a balanced diet, limiting items that encourage venous congestion such as alcohol, spices, coffee, tea, and tobacco.
Try to lose weight (to the extent possible) if you are overweight.

5/5 - What should you wear if you suffer from heavy legs?

high-heeled shoes
low-heeled shoes
slim jeans
To promote blood circulation, it is preferable not to wear belts, girdles, or clothes that are too tight. It is also better to avoid wearing high heels or high boots that squeeze the calves. Opt for comfortable shoes with a low heel (3 to 4 cm maximum).
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