Wednesday, 14 December 2016

YOU EXPERIENCE BAD CIRCULATION AND COLD HANDS AND FEET? HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN DO TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM!

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Once the blood flow does not get to the feet, hands, heart, and the rest of the body, circulatory issues appear. The blood vessels are blocked by thrombocytes that accumulate inside the walls of the veins and arteries, interrupting the normal blood flow. Different conditions can be caused by bad circulation like ictus cerebral, varicose veins, high blood pressure, hypertension, renal damage, heart illnesses, arterial peripheral illness, arteriosclerosis, aneurism, phlebitis, and Raynaud’s disease.

You can treat these issues with medications, lifestyle changes, and alternative therapies. 

The main goal is to prevent the circulatory issues, accelerate the healing process, and relieve distension and pain. There exist natural ingredients which can help you out. Those are ginger, gingko bilboa, garlic, and pepper.

You should try to add more fiber by eating fruits and vegetables daily.

Drink fresh water (5-6 glasses and more).

Reduce coffee and tea to 2 cups a day.

Alcohol can harmfully affect blood circulation, thus take it in moderate amounts.

Try to exercise daily, take a walk, work around the house, swim, or do anything you want.

Eat healthy and balanced diet and keep cholesterol levels at bay, reducing the unnecessary fats.

Take omega-3 supplement in a form of pills, or add more fish into your diet.

Quit smoking.

Use a bottle of warm water when you are cold, especially to warm your feet.

Try something that relaxes you like meditation or listening to music in order to reduce stress.

Do not remain in a position of sitting down when you are in the office. Take a rest each hour although it is for couple of minutes only and stretch your legs over time.


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