Circulation Booster

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Circulation Booster

For those less active than they used to be, the Circulation Booster® uses drug-free electrical muscle stimulation technology which could help improve blood circulation.

The Circulation Booster® is a Class IIa medical device, scientifically tested by independent clinical trials at King's College London and South Bank University*. It uses electrical muscle stimulation technology, which is drug-free, which could help stimulate blood circulation.


Who might use Circulation Booster®?

If you are otherwise healthy, but:

  • Sit for long periods at your desk
  • Are less active than you used to be
  • Have a sedentary or inactive lifestyle
  • Your work requires you to sit or stand for long periods


then you may want to consider using the Circulation Booster® to see if it could help improve blood circulation. After consultation with your GP, Circulation Booster may also help if you experience aches and swelling in your legs.


The Circulation Booster® is designed to:

  • May help increase circulation around the body
  • May help to reduce swelling in the calves and feet
  • Alleviate minor aches in otherwise healthy people


It has been designed to easily fit into people's lifestyles. Not only is it a drug-free device, it is also easy to use, employing a remote control and one touch controls. It is lightweight and portable, making it easy to store - for example, it should fit under a sofa when not in use.


Suitability

Circulation Booster® is suitable for use by most healthy people. It is not suitable to be used if you:

  • Have a pacemaker or automatic implanted cardiac defibrillator (AICD)
  • Are in the first trimester of pregnancy
  • Have an existing deep vein thrombosis (DVT) clot.
  • Are under 16 years of age


If you suffer from a long-term or chronic condition, please consult your GP or your Boots pharmacist for advice before using Circulation Booster®.*The Circulation Booster clinical trials, "Effects of percutaneous stimulation of the sole upon lower limb blood pooling by protracted sitting in man" by Dr David A. Green, Dr Paul Sumners and Mr Steve P. Hunter.


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