When you start out with hot water, your blood rushes to your skin. Then, when you change to cold it rushes back to your internal organs. Repeat this 5 or 6 times for the best result. Do not start with very hot or very cold water. Gradually increase the temperature difference over a period of weeks, so that you don’t shock your system. You don’t have to do this over you’re whole body. If you poor leg circulation you can isolate it to only your legs.
Most of us don’t use our lungs to their full potential. If you take the time to take deep, full breaths more oxygen will get to your blood, helping to speed up circulation.
Stress can be a major cause for poor circulation to the feet and hands. When you’re stressed your body slows down circulation to your extremities so that more blood can be carried to your major organs. Meditation, deep breathing exercises, or even just watching a funny movie can help reduce stress.
Walking, swimming, or bike riding can help improve circulation to the entire body.
Eating a Healthy Diet.
Reducing the amount of fatty, fried foods can help with circulation problems. There will be less fat in the blood which will help the blood flow more easily.
Get a Massage.
Getting massages are great for improving circulation. They also improve the look and feel of your skin.