Category Archives: Poor Circulation Causes

Hypothyroidism May Be a Culprit Behind Circulation Problems

Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism is an increasingly common condition that is characterized by decreased thyroid function. It is more common in women and has a very long list of symptoms. These include fluid retention, dizziness, fatigue, headaches, problems with memory, an inability to lose weight, menstrual problems and skin symptoms such as itchiness

Paresthesia and Poor Circulation Connection

Paresthesia

The feeling of limbs “falling asleep” characterized by numbness, tingling and prickling are known as paresthesia. In most cases, this is relatively mild and has no long term physical effects. Its most commonly attributed to position where a person may lie on their hands or sit on their feet therefore contributing to the sensation

Buerger’s Disease and Poor Circulation Connection

Buerger's Disease

Poor circulation can be caused by many things. It is often a result of an occupation that requires long periods of sitting or a sedentary lifestyle that is devoid of healthy amounts of cardiovascular activity

Chilblains and Poor Circulation Connection

Chilblains

Chilblains is a condition that many people have never heard of, even though it is actually quite common. Often confused with trench foot and frostbite, the condition is caused by the exposure of skin to humidity and cold

Diabetic Neuropathy and Poor Circulation Problem

Diabetic Neuropathy

Poor circulation can be caused by a number of things. In otherwise healthy people, it can merely be a result of leading a sedentary lifestyle as in one that lacks healthy amounts of physical activity or exercise. It can also occur from occupations that require long periods of sitting. However, there are serious medical conditions that can result in poor circulation causes as well. Diabetic neuropathy is one of the most feared one

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome and Poor Circulation in Hands

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome and Poor Circulation

The ulnar nerve passes through the elbow, under a bone, in an area that many people refer to as the “funny bone.” It is in this area that cubital tunnel syndrome can occur. Because of its location, there is susceptibility for increased pressure on the sensitive nerve that runs through this area

Poor Circulation Contribute to Erectile Dysfunction

Poor Circulation and Erectile Dysfunction

Circulation problems are incredibly common. They are frequently related to a lack of exercise or physical activity or occupations that are related to long periods of sitting. Most of the time, the symptoms of circulation problems are present in the lower extremities

Raynaud’s Disease and Poor Circulation Connection

Raynaud's Disease

Raynaud’s disease and the associated syndrome are conditions that affect the circulation of certain parts of the body, most notably the hands, when exposure to cold is present

Developing Varicose Veins and Poor Blood Circulation

Varicose Veins Development

Varicose veins are often thought of primarily as a cosmetic concern. The bulging and discoloration of the veins in the legs can be unsightly and unpleasant. Sometimes, they can be accompanied by mild pain or discomfort as well.

Beta Blockers and Circulation Problems

Beta Blockers

Bad circulation has many causes. It can be a result of a lack of physical activity or from an occupation that requires long periods of sitting. It can also be related to numerous health conditions. Diabetes and peripheral neuropathy have both been linked to bad circulation.