Is there a relationship between peripheral artery disease and epinephrine levels?

No. No, there is no relationship between Epinephrine and vascular disease. However, Epinephrine does increase peripheral vascular resistance. It does this by causing all the little muscles in the arteries and capillaries to clamp down. This increases someone's blood pressure.
Assoc w PVD. Never heard or read of an assoc between PVD and Epinephrine levels.

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Is peripheral artery disease correlated with pain and heaviness in your legs?

Potentially yes. Peripheral vascular disease causes three levels of symptoms as the disease progresses, 1) claudication; muscle cramping with exercise which also resolves with rest. This is very reproducible 2) rest pain; pain when elevating legs / lying down, 3) tissue loss; foot ulcers / gangrene / non-healing wounds. Pain and numbness are more frequent than heaviness. Read more...
Don't forget veins. As dr. Aalami said, heaviness is unusual and in my experience is more likely to be associated with venous insufficiency. I agree with dr. Korna, it is worth checking it out to make sure that veins aren't the cause of the problem. Read more...

Is it safe to run with peripheral artery disease?

Yes. Yes. As long as you can tolerate the pain, any form of regular exercise is actually a good thing and will increase your endurance. Read more...
Maybe. It depends on how severe your pad is. If you can only walk 4 or 5 blocks before your legs start to hurt, then it is probably a real bad idea to run. Pad causes decreased blood flow to the legs. If you run, you need more blood flow. If your disease is only minor, you may be able to run, but i would ask the physician that told you you had pad. Read more...