7 Ways to Reduce Leg Swelling & Fatigue

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Leg swelling and fatigue can happen in your legs for many reasons. These easy treatments may help reduce swelling or even prevent it. They may also help prevent leg fatigue.

Starting off on the floor or your bed, ankle pumps, calf stretches, and hamstring stretches help increase the circulation to your legs to help with blood flow.

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For some seated and standing exercises, you can do seated leg extensions or long arc quads (LAQ), seated hip flexion, and standing heel/toe raises.

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