If you’re a fan of our work or this blog, you may have noticed we love acupressure. Why? Because it’s everything good, with no nasty side effects. Light pressure, easy touch, energy blocks removed, chi flowing like the tide — we love it!
Increase Circulation in your Legs and Feet
Did you know that acupressure can increase circulation in your feet and legs? That’s great news for those with restless leg syndrome, varicose veins or long days spent at the computer, which may leave you at an increased risk for blood clots or Diabetes Mellitus Type 2.
That’s why we were happy to stumble across Dr. Ben Kim’s blog this week. It’s filled with great information and pics, on what points you can work at home, to increase circulation in your lower extremities. Since we agreed, wholeheartedly, with Dr. Kim’s advice, rather than reinventing the wheel, we decided to just send you on over to check out all his great stuff.
Can Improving your Circulation Promote Better Health?
Using Acupressure to increase circulation in your lower extremities like the legs and feet can lead to improvements in your overall health and quality of life. Here’s a few of the things increased circulation can do for you:
- Quick healing of wounds and injuries
- Healthy bones and muscles
- Efficient temperature regulation
- Optimal blood flow
- Varicose veins
- Restless leg syndrome
- Prevent Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
- Swollen Extremities (everydayhealth.com)
- 10 Tips to Prevent Swollen Feet During Air Travel (everydayhealth.com)
- Self-help – improve circulation (mirror.co.uk)