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Blood clots: Two critical ways to prevent life-threatening blood clots

By moving around, you are able to improve blood flow, which can also be helped by doing “seated leg stretches”.

This includes raising and lowering your heels while keeping your toes on the floor, then doing the same by moving your toes up and down while keeping the heels on the floor.

Blood clot symptoms

The American Society of Haematology listed possible symptoms of a blood clot, depending on where it occurs in the body.

If the blood clot occurs in the heart muscle, you can expect to experience:

  • Chest heaviness or pain
  • Discomfort in areas of the upper body
  • Shortness of breath
  • Nausea
  • Light-headedness.

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By moving around, you are able to improve blood flow, which can also be helped by doing “seated leg stretches”.

This includes raising and lowering your heels while keeping your toes on the floor, then doing the same by moving your toes up and down while keeping the heels on the floor.

Blood clot symptoms

The American Society of Haematology listed possible symptoms of a blood clot, depending on where it occurs in the body.

If the blood clot occurs in the heart muscle, you can expect to experience:

Chest heaviness or pain

Discomfort in areas of the upper body

Shortness of breath

Nausea

Light-headedness.



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