It’s not unusual for us to get questions from folks asking how to improve or prevent poor circulation, especially in legs and feet. This can be especially troubling to our customers because poor circulation can result in blood clots, which can lead to an extremely serious health risk, and even death. We usually answer their questions with two answers. One is to offer tips on how they can prevent or improve poor circulation, especially in their legs and feet. For example, get active, improve your diet and quit smoking are some. Other tips include reduce your stress, raise your feet when sitting or lying down and soaking your feet in warm water are others.
The other answers we give them concern our quality healthcare products. DHP Home Delivery Company offers several products, which can help prevent poor circulation in your feet and legs. One is our popular T.E.D. stockings. We have an array of color and sizes. Our T.E.D. stockings help prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT) which kills up to 200,000 people each year—that’s more than AIDS and breast cancer combined!
We also provide travel socks and diabetic crew socks, which help circulation in your feet. A personally wear diabetic crew socks myself. I do not have diabetes, but I’m on my feet all day. Our diabetic socks are so comfortable, I wear them while walking through our warehouse making sure your orders are delivered accurately and on schedule!
If you have trouble with poor circulation, let’s hear from you. We’d also like to hear from you if you have tips you can share on improving or preventing poor circulation. You might just receive a substantial discount on your next purchase of a product or item from www.dhphomedelivery.com!
(Health tips found on dhphomedelivery.com are not meant to constitute medical advice. If you have any medical condition, you should consult with your physician before embarking on any preventive or improvement regimen)