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 p... More »

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. More »

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A common cause of circulation problems in the lower legs is peripheral artery disease, a condition that causes narrowing of the arteries and blood vessels, states Healthline. Atherosclerosis, a condition where plaque bui... More »

Symptoms of a cerebral stroke include weakness or numbness on one side of the body that affects the face, arm or leg; loss or impairment of vision; and impairment of speech or difficulty talking, according to WebMD. Othe... More »

Symptoms of overactive adrenal glands include obesity that is centralized in the upper body, a round face, a hump of fat between the shoulders, weakness in the bones and muscles, thin or fragile skin, stretch marks and t... More »

Symptoms of liver cancer include loss of weight, loss of appetite, pain in the upper right abdomen, yellow discoloration of the skin or eyes, and swelling of the legs, according to WebMD. As the condition becomes more ad... More »

The symptoms of a nerve leg pain is a sensation of numbness, weakness and tingling that originates in the lower back of a person, travelling through to the sciatic nerve of an individual legs, according to Spine-Health. ... More »