It may take a little effort to improve your circulation and vein health at work, but it is sure to pay off in the long run. There are a number of physical ways you can address any concerns you may have about the health of your veins. For example, instead of only sitting or standing, consider a combination of the two with an adjustable-height desk or a standing desk with a taller chair. It’s also important to pay attention to the position your body is in as well. Your feet should be flat on a stool that elevates them about six inches from the floor. If you sit all of the time at work, be sure that your office chair supports good posture and that you take periodic standing breaks to keep your blood flow circulating.
It is also possible to perform light stretching throughout the day to help get you moving while promoting good circulation and oxygen flow. Standing calf raises, toe touches, and flexing the calf muscles are easy and simple ways to get your blood circulating.
If possible walk around during your phone calls. Even if you are just making small loops around your cubicle, this little movement promotes blood flow. It also helps to keep fluid from pooling in your legs and ankles.
Compression stockings benefit anybody, especially those whose jobs require long periods of sitting or standing. Compression stockings mimic the muscle contractions of walking, which stimulates the flow of blood and helps to prevent lymphedema.