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Crossing your legs at the knee can boost systolic blood pressure – the top number – by 7%. Cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra says it also stresses the hip joints and traps blood in our veins, increasing the risk of dangerous blood clots. So, keep your feet flat on the floor… or cross your legs for 15 minutes, max.