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Are There Certain Foods That Increase Circulation To Distal Parts Of The Body
Circulation: There are no studies that prove that any nutrient or food can increase circulation in the blood stream. Beware of any promotional material that makes these claims. There are plenty of foods (collectively eaten as a 'diet') that can result long-term in blockages to the arteries. Reversing this type of unhealthy diet will prevent progression of these blockages but not necessarily reverse the blockag. ...Read more
Why is my circulation so easy to get cut off all of a sudden? if I sit or lay 4short time my body parts fall asleep. Includng my head if I lay certain
Joint Subluxations ?: 24y female has paresthesias when assumes certain postures siting or lying. Her sex & age raise issue of Hypermobility Syndrome. If her bones commonly crack with normal use & if she is double jointed then suspicion is heightened. Loose joints slightly hyperextend, sublux, causing impingements and tugging of nerves that transit nearby. Paresthesias are crawly, tingly, numb sensations. ...Read more
Blood clots, very high white cell count, constant respiratory issues, numbness in parts of body, lack of circulation made my ankles black/purple?
please tell the best exercise & food for good blood circulation in:-
1) whole body
2) especially to penis region
Nothing: There is nothing special for that. Just eat healthy. No ghee. Limit all fats, oils, dairy (including lassi, butter, whole milk). Eat more vegetables & fruit (with very little to no oil). Limit salt. Limit meat intake - the best are fish (not shellfish) & poultry - goat/lamb, beef, pork are fatty. Eat more unsalted, unfried nuts. More beans/legumes (dals). Severely limit sweets & fried food. ...Read more
How to increase blood circulation in heart any good foods are any particular exercise ? My relative had ECG and they told its like ischemia
At this point no: If your relative is having chest pains and an abnormal ekg suggestive of a blocked artery, the only way to improve blood flow is to open up the blocked artery either with a stent or surgery. Doing strenuous exercise if he has a blocked artery can be dangerous and can lead to a heart attack. It is never too late to start eating healthy by avoiding fatty foods and simple sugars. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It may: Body parts in adults would be tough to "fall off" as one would feel the pain or see the discoloration and seek help hopefully, way before it would be that serious. Some infants may get rubber bands around their toes and they could "fall off" if left unnoticed for days/weeks. In fact, 1 treatment for hemmorhoids is rubber band ligation, which cuts off the blood supply and evntually it falls off. ...Read more
Maybe: Not necessarily. It could be if you have a low body fat percentage, if you have anemia or thyroid problems, or if you are a shallow breather (so your heart isn't circulating your blood out to the extremities). Extremities are always cooler than your core because they are farthest from your heart. See a dr to get checked out. ...Read more
My feet always become so cold. Nowhere else on my body does this. Could this be a circulation problem? I'm 19.
It's your thyroid : usually pt with hypothyroid have similar condition. Keep double sock see you foot doctor and endocrinologist ...Read more
Rephrase: Dont get your question could you rephrase? ...Read more
Improving circulatio: To improve circulation exercise can help to increase blood flow to the extermities. The muscle pumping action can help stimulate blood flow. Massage is another way to help improve blood flow to the lower extremity and feet. If the condition continues see a vascular specialist and get tested. ...Read more
Diabetic circulation: Yes there are. A diabetic can be referred to a vascular surgeon for an evaluation. There are several tests that we use to determine the type and level of blockages in the lower extremity. Once this testing is completed, the vascular surgeon can discuss the timing and need for the procedure with the patient. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gradual exercise: Although some medications and surgical procedures can restore compromised leg blood circulation, progressive exercise may stimulate "collateral" circulation. Unfortunately there may be genetic factors involved as well, since not all patients have ability to form new vessels. ...Read more
Cerebral blood flow: read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerebral_blood_flowGet a more detailed answer ›
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