'Aching, heavy' legs can signal poor blood circulation and potentially fatal heart disease
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“In fact, moving is one of the key ways to improve the condition so regular exercise is essential.

“Compression socks can work wonders and are not just isolated for use on an aeroplane, try and wear them all day.

“They squeeze the legs, which helps veins and leg muscles to circulate blood more efficiently.”

Peripheral artery disease

Poor blood circulation can also signal peripheral artery disease (PAD), which can be potentially life-threatening, Mr Kanani said.

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