Slow circulation is a common problem. This is often due to blood cells clumping together like a logjam in a river. You may have a dozen or more blood cells trying to pass through blood vessels where only one cell was designed to fit.
Rouleaux is a medical term for a condition wherein the blood cells clump together forming what looks like stacks of coins or clumps of deflated soccer balls. This is an unhealthy state because the cells are not free to absorb and carry oxygen. It is a pre-cursor to many serious diseases. Blood cells will begin to separate within just minutes of taking FreeMart Siaga together with FreeMart Water, allowing the blood to circulate more efficiently and carry more oxygen and nutrition to the cells.
When you were born, your blood cells were plump like big juicy grapes. When blood cells dehydrate, they are much like a car with a flat tire. They simply can’t move around or function normally. FreeMart Water will plump up your cells faster than any other substance that we know of.
Proper blood circulation is responsible for moving nutrients, Oxygen and wastes to and from cells, and helps stabilize body temperature and pH to maintain harmony. Getting your cells hydrated with FreeMart Water addresses all of these issues.
The heart acts as a pump, keeping the blood flowing to the lungs to get oxygenated, and then carrying it to the organs, then carrying de-oxygenated blood back to the lungs to get oxygenated again. When circulation is compromised, oxygen and nutrition does not reach all of the organs and areas it needs to and your health suffers as a result.
The lymphatic circulatory system is also very important to health as it is an integral part of the immune system and is dependent upon a healthy blood circulatory system and exercise to carry out its function. FreeMart Siaga and Pure Nature Nutrients support a healthy lymphatic system.
Certain lifestyle habits can lead to poor circulation such as diet, smoking, and lack of exercise to name a few. Other conditions that can lead to poor circulation are diabetes, arthritis and obesity.
Poor Circulation can cause other conditions:
Dark circles under the eyes
Cold feet & hands
Vertigo & dizziness
Tingling in hands and feet
Blue or pale skin
Poor circulation can be found in any part of the body, particularly the hands, feet and face. There are many causes of poor circulation, which include heart disorders, blood vessel disorders, anemia and varicose veins. Most often the symptoms of circulatory problems are localized to the area where there is an insufficient amount of blood supply.
When experiencing poor blood circulation, cuts and other open wounds may take longer to heal. This means scabs can take longer to form and some wounds might need medical attention when it otherwise would not be necessary.
Experiencing a tingling sensation like pins and needles in the hands and feet can be a symptom of circulatory problems, especially if the pain does not subside after stretching or moving around.
Vertebrobasilar Circulatory Disorder occurs when blood does not properly flow to the back of the brain. Symptoms include having trouble walking or keeping balance, not being able to swallow easily, double vision, headaches and slurred speech.
If you are having a hard time healing, experiencing blueness or pallor of the skin, or are experiencing hands and feet that are always cold even at a comfortable temperature, you may have blood circulation problems.
Under-active thyroid can also be the cause of poor circulation.
Be informed about drugs that help improve circulation. They are always harmful. Coumadin for example is the active ingredient in rat poison. It thins the blood causing rats to hemorrhage and bleed to death.
How to improve your circulation:
Following a healthy lifestyle is one of the best ways to promote and maintain circulatory health. Eating a high fiber and low fat diet will help keep blood flowing. Getting regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and quitting smoking will also be helpful.
Tips for the Prevention of Poor Circulation:
Drink plenty of water, at least eight glasses a day for proper hydration.
Eat green, leafy vegetables, fruit, whole grains, legumes, fish and poultry in small portions.
Limit sugar, alcohol, protein, dairy products and refined white flour products such as pasta.
Drink lemonade with real lemon juice – lemon juice contains citrate that helps circulation.
Regular physical exercise helps improve circulation.
Foods That Improve Circulation:
Fruits and vegetables of any kind are good for circulation, particularly oranges, which provide high levels of bioflavonoids that promote blood flow while also strengthening capillaries. FreeMart Pure Magnesium may help repair the endothelium of the blood vessels and prevent plaque buildup (a common hindrance to blood flow) which may improve circulation.
B Vitamins found in most nuts, help boost the blood. (Avoid peanuts, as they are high in mold content)
Garlic also helps promote circulation.
Avoid saturated and trans fats, as well as sweetened sodas or fruit drinks.
These simple changes in lifestyle support better circulation.
Contrary to popular opinion, reducing salt intake does not improve the health of the heart or the circulatory system. A new study found that low-salt diets increase the risk of death from heart attacks and strokes and do not prevent high blood pressure.
I recommend a minimum of at least ½ tsp. of salt daily, but it should be from a good source like Redmond Salt or Himalayan Salt available at most health food stores or can be purchased at www.realsalt.com.
FreeMart Siaga helps regenerate red blood cells and stimulates production of T-lymphocytes or white blood cells.
FreeMart Pure Magnesium can help strengthen the entire cardiovascular system. Most heart attacks would be prevented if people had plenty of magnesium in their heart cells.
FreeMart Siaga also eliminates free radicals, toxins and other pathogens that may be the cause of slow circulation. Regular use of FreeMart Pure Nature Nutrients can also strengthen the immune system, helping to ward off every known disease-causing organism.
If you are currently taking prescription drugs for circulation, consult with your physician when making lifestyle changes as the medications you are taking will frequently need to be reduced because your circulation may return to normal after you begin to correct the causes of your circulatory problem.
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