Thank you for your reply.
The symptoms you are describing are not due to thrombosis of an artery or vein.
If there is a thrombosis, severe pain with discolouration, swelling, redness would present.
Your symptoms are not worrisome.
But, it's important to keep in mind smoking may cause Thromboangiitis obliterans that is narrowing of the arteries in the limbs and also affects the heart arteries. But this is a long term effect of many years of smoking.
Therefore it is advisable to not smoke.
It is good to know you have no family history of clotting disorders. Also since you are young with no significant medical history, there is no reason to worry about blocked artery and vein.
The symptoms are due to some nutrient deficiency. Kindly check your Calcium, Vitamin D levels.
Add multivitamins to your diet.
Take Omega 3 fatty acids.
Eat lots of fresh vegetables and fruits.
Include plenty of water.I hope that helps.Please rate the answer with 5 stars, by clicking the 5 stars above with your mouse ( or with your finger on a mobile device). It is the only way professionals get compensated for helping on the site.Giving a positive reply does not complete our conversation, you can continue any questions, you may have.A bonus would be appreciated.