Hard work, poor nutrition, or a change in pressure may all cause changes in your legs and feet. However, there are more serious situations when leg problems point to serious health issues.
The team at Bright Side decided to find out in which cases the condition of our legs might be a sign that we should visit a doctor.
If the kidneys don’t work properly, excess fluid exits the body with some difficulties. This causes edema.
If the area around your eyes is swollen or you feel pain that resembles an electroshock in some of your limbs, this also can be a symptom of such a problem.
During venous insufficiency, blood moves from limbs to the heart with difficulties. This happens when venous valves are weak or damaged.
This causes swelling. The most intense swelling occurs in the ankle area and is followed by pigmentation and a feeling of heavy legs.
In this case, one or two cardiac chambers lose their ability to push blood effectively, which is why it is accumulated in the lower limbs.
Legs swell, and pain comes together with that.