8 tips for draining and deflating your legs

Published : 01/23/2020 13:49:37
Categories : BEAUTY , NATURAL REMEDIES

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Swollen and weighted legs? Water retention? ... do not worry this is the time to attack the problem on all fronts to be comfortable in the summer season.
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Deflated legs and top energy! Do this: dilute 20 ml of product in a liter of water and drink it slowly throughout the day.

It is possible to feel soreness and swelling in the lower limbs, especially after a long day of work. Here are the precautions to put into practice to alleviate this disorder

1- Collect antioxidants

Enrich your diet with antioxidants, which have a beneficial effect on circulation, retention and cellular aging. It is enough to eat raw and colorful. Limits the consumption of salt, simple sugars (soft drinks, baked goods), saturated and hydrogenated fats (butter, margarine) which contribute to circulation problems and encourage the accumulation of fat.

2- Drink two liters of water per day

Drink at least two liters of low mineral residue water per day (fixed residue & lt; 50mg / l). A draining herbal tea during the day may also be useful.

3- Do dynamic sports

You prefer sports activities with rhythmic action and dynamic muscle contractions, accompanied by regular and deep breathing: walking, cycling, golf, swimming, water fitness and water walking. Avoid static sports that increase intra-abdominal pressure and expose you to the risk of traumatism: weight lifting, rowing, bowling. Moderate football, tennis and skiing.

4- Put a pillow under the knees

When lying down, place a cushion under the knee and not under the feet, in order to prevent the popliteal vein from being stretched.

5- Heels yes, but the right ones

Choose comfortable clothing and avoid tight trousers, elastic corsets, knee-highs and stay-up stockings that hinder the flow of blood towards the heart. Do not wear shoes with too high or too low heels, or with narrow toes. The ideal shoe is the comfortable one, with a heel of about 4 cm and with a wide base.

6- Walk in the water of the sea

At the sea, walk for a long time in the water, immersed to the basin, or swim. On the other hand, it is not recommended to expose your legs to direct sunlight, sandblasting and walking on the shoreline, making your ankles and legs "slapped" by the waves. In the mountains, dedicated to long walks and cycling.

7- Get up ... and walk!

If you carry out a work activity that forces you to stay on your feet for a long time, often get up on your toes, to facilitate the rise of blood from the legs to the heart. If, on the other hand, you spend a lot of time sitting at your desk, get up every hour and walk for a few minutes so as not to leave your legs hanging too long.

8- Well a thermal therapy

Some types of thermal waters are particularly suitable for the treatment of chronic venous and lymphatic insufficiency: salsobromoiodic waters (inhibiting action of swelling), sulphurous (anti-inflammatory action), arsenical-ferruginous (toning, stimulating and anti-stress action), calcium sulphate (stimulate venous contractility).



(From: ok-salute.it)

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