Circulation itself is never good, but it can mean that the arteries are clogged. Clogged arteries can kill you. That is why it is important to know its symptoms in order to recognize it in time.
Poor circulation almost always means that your health is deteriorating and you need to see a doctor. This can mean anything from low blood pressure to heart disease to diabetes.
What else could be the cause of poor circulation?
sitting too much (see the video below for exercises to improve circulation)
eat junk food
Why is good marketing important?
Every organ in the body depends on free-flowing blood to receive the vital nutrients it needs to function. Even if we slow this process down, it can damage vital organs like the brain and heart.
Consider, for example, a traffic jam on the 405 in Los Angeles.
When this happens, there is no productivity; No one is doing anything (imagine not having your iPhone for a minute) or delivering goods to where they are needed. We need traffic flow to ‘survive’ in and around the city.
Do you suffer from chronic fatigue? Very busy? Do your feet hurt?
These may indicate peripheral arterial disease.
The scary thing is that doctors often go undiagnosed with peripheral artery disease (PAD) because the symptoms are similar to many other health problems, according to the American Heart Association. And make no mistake, PAD can be very serious, so it’s important to do something yourself to help your doctor diagnose the right problem.
And make no mistake, PAD can be very serious, so it’s important to do something yourself to help your doctor diagnose the right problem.
So what is PAD?
This happens when plaque builds up in the arteries, which is called atherosclerosis. Over the years, this plaque hardens and narrows the arteries, causing the body to slowly suffocate. Peripheral artery disease usually affects the arteries of the legs.
leg pain and swelling
numbness in the legs;
healing is slower than normal
leg hair loss
Remember that none of the above symptoms may be visible or noticeable, so it is better to focus on preventive measures.
prevention and treatment
Here are my top 3 suggestions:
increased physical activity
stop smoking and drinking
Consider more ginger (add to smoothies) and garlic if you’re on a diet. Nuts such as almonds, Brazil nuts and sunflower seeds are good for circulation, as is vitamin E.
And you can’t go wrong with more antioxidant vitamins C, D, E, beta-carotene, and selenium. This means visiting local farmers markets and stocking up on organic fruits and vegetables. If you liked this article, I would really appreciate it if you could email it to a friend or share it on Pinterest. Thanks!