Exercise; smoking cessation; controlling blood pressure and cholesterol; and eating a healthy diet are ways to improve circulation in the legs, according to WebMD. Controlling blood sugar is also important, adds MedlineP... More »

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If a patient suffers peripheral artery disease, he can increase leg circulation with exercise, stopping smoking, reducing cholesterol and blood pressure, and eating according to a healthy diet, reports WebMD. With this d... More »

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Treat poor circulation with medication, change in diet, increased exercise and massaging the affected area. Poor circulation is often a sign of an underlying medical issue or of not getting enough exercise. More »

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Treatments for lower-leg pain include eating a healthier diet, managing weight, quitting smoking, exercising, and taking certain medications that control high blood pressure, diabetes or cholesterol, says WebMD. Medicati... More »

Mayo Clinic lists several ways people can raise their HDL cholesterol, such as smoking cessation, weight loss, physical activity, consumption of healthier fats and drinking alcohol in moderation. Medications including ni... More »

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If a patient suffers peripheral artery disease, he can increase leg circulation with exercise, stopping smoking, reducing cholesterol and blood pressure, and eating according to a healthy diet, reports WebMD. With this d... More »

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Possible causes of cramps in the feet include poor blood circulation in the legs, muscle fatigue, nutrient deficiency and not enough stretching before exercise, according to WebMD. Muscle cramps are also a side effect of... More »