-Better blood circulation
-Swollen legs relief
-Post-injury recovery
-Better overall body tone

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People standing long at work:
Hairdressers, surgeons, sales staff, waiters, teachers, cooks. Poor functioning of calf and foot muscles decreases vascular tone, hampers the venous outflow from the legs, which in turn triggers venous congestion, leg swelling, heavy legs and even cramps.

Regular exercise increases the risk of sprains or strains. Power exercises provoke leg swelling.

Manual labor workers:
Frequent loads on the legs may cause acute and chronic musculoskeletal system disorders.

Senior people:
Today, every third woman and every tenth man suffers from lower limb diseases, which often hit at the productive age of 30-40. Upon retirement, the risk of serious foot disorders
grows exponentially.

The age of between 12 and 16 is the fastest growth period of the human body, teenagers may experience problems such as unpleasant tingling sensations and leg cramps. A growing teenage body works faster and cannot always keep up with the growth hormone, which, in turn, can adversely affect the overall health.

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