Clothing is the subject. Do you have any clothing on right now that is a bit tight? Anywhere your clothing is tight or snug it will interfere with the body’s circulation. The flow of fluids can be slowed or cut off at waistbands, belts, collars/ties, cuffs, bras, underwear, Socks, shoes, hats, hair bands, and tight jeans. Loosen them through out the day ESPECIALLY THE WAIST LINE AFTER LUNCH. The stomach and intestines need to swell and move to process the food. Be sure to massage the all restricted areas to re-stimulate the circulation – shower time works well.
I love the look of my tight jeans with spandex. I can handle the spandex compression on my thighs for about 4 hours. Then my feet and calf’s start to retain fluids (swell) and I can get calf cramps the next morning as well. Here is a way to help swollen feet and legs.
On the floor, lie on your back, close to a wall. Put your feet on the wall, at about a 75% angle of the floor. Rest here for 15 minutes. Repeat this daily.
DO NOT JUMP UP QUICKLY! Roll to your side and sit up for 10 breaths before rising to your feet.
If you have swollen legs you may feel the fluids moving out of your feet to the body trunk and it may become uncomfortable. Use good judgment. You know your body better than anyone else.
Here are good pictures of your body’s fluid systems: