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Subhasreemurali

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Crossing our legs
Do you cross your legs at your knees when sitting? Although we may believe that this is the lady-like elegant way to sit, sitting this way cuts down circulation to your legs. If you don"t want varicose veins to mar the beauty of your legs and compromise your health, uncross your legs every time you realise you have one knee on top of the other. The best way to sit is to simply place both legs together on the floor, balancing your weight equally. If you feel like changing position, instead of crossing your legs, simply move both legs together to one side. As an alternative, you could also consider crossing your legs loosely at the ankles. This is a classically elegant way to sit, and is far better for your legs and your health than sitting with your legs crossed at your knees.

 

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Hi Subha Nice info for everyone. Just before giving Anaesthesia, If we see the patient keeping their legs crossed , then we advise them to uncross the legs. This ensures good circulation of the bloodin the legs and also prevents any venous stasis in the legs & further complications. Prema barani
 

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Thank you very much for the info prema mam


Hi Subha Nice info for everyone. Just before giving Anaesthesia, If we see the patient keeping their legs crossed , then we advise them to uncross the legs. This ensures good circulation of the bloodin the legs and also prevents any venous stasis in the legs & further complications. Prema barani
 

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very useful and important information you have shared. thank you
 

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