) but you should be aware that it can be treated.
It can also be a signal your body is sending, letting you know something more serious is going on.
Like clogged arteries or blood clots.
For me the symptoms started very slowly and were minor.
I just took it as part of my body falling asleep or that I had slept wrong on my arms or my legs.
You don't have to be old to have bad circulation.
For me it started in my teens.
I was what most people considered over active in sports.
Practicing soccer, handball and speed skating about 6 hours a day 7 days a week put a great strain on my body.
After getting injured I was forced to quit all sports which did not go over to well with my body.
Veins blew out all over my legs and I noticed that my feet kept going numb quite often.
I figured they just went to "sleep" because I was not used to being still so much.
Over the years the numbness spread from my feet up my legs.
Still I kept ignoring it.
Four children later the numbness had spread to my hands and I could no longer ignore it.
This was when my husband came across a book online called "Beat Bad Circulation.
" After him being on me for a long time to read the book I had to.
Believe it or not it has helped me a lot.
This book explains bad circulation and things that can help you beat bad circulation.
My hands no longer go numb and my legs and feet are better than they have been in years.
"Beat Bad Circulation" might not be the solution for everybody but if you are suffering from bad blood circulation it is worth reading and it just might help you to.
Like I said the name of the book is "Beat Bad Circulation.
" Maybe its all you need to get that blood flowing again and feel well again.
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Here are a few statistics on bad circulation: oThe body of an adult contains over 60,000 miles of blood vessels! oAn adult's heart pumps nearly 4000 gallons of blood each day! oYour heart beats some 30 million times a year! oThe average three-year-old has two pints of blood in their body; the average adult at least five times more!