Poor Circulation and High Blood Pressure Connection
A few factors can cause problems with your blood circulation and high blood pressure seems to be one of them. In turn, poor blood circulation is often a cause of high blood pressure.
I have friends and colleagues who suffer from bad circulation in the legs and it`s not just a plague of our elderly. I know middle aged and young alike who suffer from this problem. It can cause blockages in your veins that can lead to stroke or heart attack, so it`s not something you can take lightly.
Poor circulation and high blood pressure can both lead to horrible symptoms. If you are trying your best to walk a little for exercise, and to help your condition, pain in the calf muscles can cause you much stress and discouragement. The most obvious of symptoms are:
- Pain in the legs
- Numbness in limbs
- Water Retention
- Coldness in limbs
- Leg Skin Discoloration
Circulation and high blood pressure have several factors linking them. The commonest are:
The underlying Health Problems:
- High Blood Pressure
- Blood Vessel Disorders
- Varicose Veins
- DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)
- Heart Disorders