I do think it has been helping with blood pooling in my legs. They feel less heavy/ achy. I’m planning to do another lean test to compare to my previous results. During my last lean test my hands and feet turned purple and swollen and the rest of my body was a mix of red and white blotches, and I got progressive electric shocks in my hands and feet (starts out like tiny pin pricks and progresses to huge jolts of electricity that makes my body jerk and I have to stop the test). The lean test is the only time I’d stand upright and stay still. I’ve had POTS since I was 12 (I’m 30 now, and got ME/CFS at 21) so I’m used to always moving my legs to prevent blood pooling.