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Poor circulation can cause redness in the toes, tingling sensations and foot cramps, according to FootSmart. The toes may also turn blue to purple in color. Skin discoloration is often due to venous insufficiency, a cond...

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Poorcirculation.org notes that medication can be used to treat poor circulation; however, there are many side effects. Quality Health lists a few effective ways to improve circulation, such as exercise, massage, compress...

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Diabetics have poor circulation because the high blood glucose levels which they experience over a period of years lead to blood vessel damage, according to Diabetes.co.uk. When the blood vessels are damaged, they are un...

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Some remedies for cramps in the legs and feet are stretching the muscle, flexing the foot, taking a warm bath, applying ice to the cramp and pulling the toes upward, says WebMD. Standing on the cramped leg and massaging ...

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According to WebMD, the best way to prevent foot cramps at night include taking a warm bath and doing stretching exercises without pointing the toes before bed to keep the muscles in the feet flexible. Other preventative...

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Individuals prone to muscle cramps in the toes and feet can minimize the risk by stretching and warming up before activity, engaging in good posture during strenuous activity, and stretching after exercise or intense act...

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Tinea pedis, commonly referred to as athlete's foot, is a contagious fungal infection that develops on the feet, typically starting between the toes. The condition often affects individuals who experience heavy sweating ...

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