Constantly tired when waking up, and very stiff does anyone feel the same?

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Hi, for as long as I can remember now I feel pain when I wake in the morning, the pain is worse in my feet, and I feel like I cannot walk on them. When I have power naps throughout the day, the pains I wake up with are worse. As if my bones have a layer of stiffness covering them, I'm in constant agony with every bone, even my fingers! Does anybody else get like this?? If so, what has worked for them?

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    I suffer a lot with pain, especially in my feet and hands but I purchased a Revitive V3 Circulation Booster and have found this really helps when i use it twice a day. 
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      Hi Carla, 

      I'm so sorry I took so long in getting back to you! I have seen circulation devices advertised in magazines and on tv, but I didn't know if would work, did it relive your symptoms completely? I have been suffering with swollen ankles and calves do you think it will help with that? I had a circulation test a couple of months ago at my doctors and they said I have good circulation in my legs, but I still experience these swelling problems. 

      is the circulation booster worth buying? 

      Many thanks, 

      Sunny Sky X 

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