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Poor Circulation

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What Causes Poor Circulation?

Poor circulationCirculatory system problems arise when there is limited blood flow to the legs, hands, heart and rest of the body, including the fingers, toes and feet.

The blood vessels become blocked as a fatty substance called plaque builds up and hardens and constricts the walls of the arteries and veins. This interrupts the normal flow of blood through the vessels and results in poor circulation.

Some Results of Poor Circulation

A variety of conditions can be brought on by poor circulation such as high blood pressure, hypertension, stroke, varicose veins, peripheral artery disease, heart disease, kidney damage, aneurysms, arteriosclerosis, Raynaud’s disease and phlebitis.

What Can Be Done To Improve Circulation?

Circulatory system problems can be addressed with conventional medication, lifestyle changes as well as natural and alternative therapies. The primary objective, of course, is preventing circulatory problems and speeding recovery. Mild cases of poor circulation usually require an aerobic exercise program, a healthy eating plan and a low dose of aspirin.

Your doctor may prescribe medication to relieve the pain and swelling. Other measures involve making certain important adjustments to your lifestyle such as eating a high fiber and low fat diet, exercising regularly, losing weight and quitting smoking.

In addition, you would also have to revise your nutritional requirements by increasing your intake of water and eliminating refined foods such as caffeine, alcohol and sugar. Include low fat and high fiber in your diet to reduce cholesterol levels and improve circulation.

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