Heavy legs are a common symptom of peripheral artery disease, according to SecondsCount. The heavy sensation also points to varicose veins, according to the Mayo Clinic. In those who are heavy exercisers, heavy legs are ... More »

A person who feels his or her eyes are heavy has a condition called eye fatigue, which can be caused by long periods of driving, reading and staring at screens and devices. This may cause discomfort, change in vision and... More »

A vascular system dysfunction, which causes swelling and adds weight to the legs, is the usual cause of leg heaviness, states Foot Smart. Lymphedema, poor circulation in the legs and chronic venous insufficiency are comm... More »

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Also referred to as peripheral artery disease, arterial disease in the legs is caused by a condition called arteriosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. This condition occurs when plaque accumulated on the walls of the a... More »

Symptoms of peripheral artery disease in the legs include muscle pain, burning, numbness and slow healing wounds. Additional symptoms are shiny leg skin, leg skin that is cool to the touch, loss of hair on the legs and a... More »

Hair loss on the legs can be caused by several medical conditions, although the two most prominent and prevalent conditions are alopecia areata and peripheral artery disease of the legs. Although the cause of alopecia ar... More »

A vascular system dysfunction, which causes swelling and adds weight to the legs, is the usual cause of leg heaviness, states Foot Smart. Lymphedema, poor circulation in the legs and chronic venous insufficiency are comm... More »

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