Why Do My Legs Feel Heavy?

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Low iron levels, low carbohydrates levels and dehydration are some of the conditions that may cause you feel your legs are heavy. The other reason your legs could feel heavy when you walk is because they are overworked and tired. Lack of blood circulation to the legs is also known to make your legs feel heavy.
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