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Atherosclerosis is the most common cause of poor blood circulation, according to MD-Health.com. Other possible causes are venous thrombosis, insufficient exercise, tight-fitting clothing and stress.

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Abnormal circulation can cause skin discoloration, including blue, white or red hands, according to the University of Chicago Medical Center. However, poor circulation normally results in white or bluish skin, and redness results from a rush of blood returning to the de...

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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 unable to supply enough blood to nearby cells due to...

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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 condition in which blood flow between the leg veins an...

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Symptoms of poor circulation in the legs include numbness and burning, achy leg muscles, poorly healing sores and shiny skin and loss of hair on the legs, according to WebMD. Legs that feel cooler than arms and a light pulse in the feet are also peripheral artery diseas...

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Warning signs of impending type 2 diabetes include increased thirst, increased hunger after eating, dry mouth and frequent urination or urine infections, according to WebMD. Fatigue, blurred vision and headaches are also signs of diabetes.

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Poor circulation typically indicates health issues such as diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure or obesity, according to FootSmart. It also often occurs due to peripheral vascular disease, in which blood does not flow properly to and from the heart.