Hair loss on your legs
It might be convenient for some of us (especially for you ladies) to have hairless legs, but it’s not healthy at all. Hair loss on your legs could actually be a sign of peripheral arterial disease. This disease is basically a circulatory condition, and it appears when plaque builds up in your arteries, reducing good blood flow to the limbs.
Heaviness in your legs
Experiencing heaviness in your legs could mean you have peripheral artery disease. Due to the lack of proper blood flow in the legs, the heaviness shows up. That’s why you’re feeling your legs heavy when walking or doing normal activities like climbing the stairs. Peripheral artery disease can also cause cramping, weakness, pain, and numbness in the legs.