Do not sit or stand for more than an hour. It is helpful to keep the legs elevated several times a day.
Move the heels away from you and join the thumbs as if you were making the letter A with your feet. Bring the heels together and move the toes apart to make the letter V. Keeping your heels on the ground, lift the front of your feet up. Then lift your heels up while the front of your feet are in contact with the ground. Repeat all movements 10 times.
Shower legs with cold water. Cold water applied to the skin accelerates the return of blood to the heart.
Choose loose clothing.
Do not wear shoes with a heel height of more than 5 cm.
Pay attention to your diet, drink at least two liters of fluid a day and do not smoke.
Do not use compression stockings without a doctor's advice, but if recommended, be sure to wear them regularly.