Category Archives: Poor Circulation Causes

Small Fiber Neuropathy – When Bad Circulation Causes Nerve Damage

Small Fiber Neuropathy

Often times, the causes of small fiber neuropathy are unknown or idiopathic in nature. But the condition, which is characterized by nerve damage to the fibers responsible for autonomous actions within the body are damaged, can often be a result of diabetes possibly as a result of poor circulation

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Poor Circulation Connection

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Circulation problems affect many people and often times they are a result of lifestyle factors like a lack of inactivity or occupational hazards such as sitting for long periods of time.

Peripheral Artery Disease – The Real Poor Circulation Disease!

Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral artery disease is a condition in which blood flow is reduced due to narrowed arteries. There are many causes of the common condition, including inflammation to the blood vessels as well as injury which can result in decreased blood flow to a particular area.