Doctor insights on:
Benefits Of Blood Circulation
Yes: Dm/htn in a combo will increase the risk of secondary organ damage like renal failure(bp have to be very tightly control), coronary artery disease and heart attack, peripheral nerve damage including autonomic nervous system dysfunction, increase risk of stroke, stomach problems from gastrosparesis, increase risk of peripheral artery disease and increase risk of leg amputations etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Claudication: You may not feel any symptoms from peripheral artery disease at first. The most common early symptom is intermittent claudication (ic). Ic is discomfort/pain in your legs that happens when you walk and goes away when you rest. You may not always feel pain; you may feel a tightness, heaviness, cramping, or weakness in your leg with activity. Ic often occurs more quickly if you walk uphill or faster. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Obscure: Nattokinase is an enzyme that is derived from the fermentation of soybeans (natto). Natto has been used as a folk remedy for cardiovascular disease for hundreds of years. Nattokinase is likely safe when used in amounts commonly found in foods but the safety of taking larger amounts is unknown. Taking nattokinase along with pharmaceutical anticoagulants can be dangerous. ...Read more
Circulation rates: Please define what you mean by "circulation rates". ...Read more
HBO therapy- have a risk of blood clotting because of pressure(i.e like a plane)?or is that negated by the 100% oxygen?even tho oxygen vasiconstricts?
Why does intake of anticogulants and decrease in platelet count causes the rupture of blood vessels?
What RU using?: What do you use for anti-coagulation? Heparin? There is a condition called hit: Heparin induced low platelet count that can induce blood clot formation a severe condition. If using coumadin, (warfarin) prodaxa u may be overdosed. Highly suggest seing asap a hematologist! why are you anticoagulated in the first place at age 40? Had dvt, pe? ...Read more
IN EXCESS AMOUNTS,: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Varicose veins are due to incompetent valves in the veins of the legs. It does not reflect on your heart. When you stand for long periods of time, gravity assists in pooling of the blood in the lower extremities. The same happens when sitting for long periods of time since blood flow back to the heart is impeded by the pressure on the back of your legs. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Treat anemia: People with significant anemia (low red blood cell count) have a reduced ability to deliver oxygen to the brain and other organs of the body. Correcting anemia with a blood transfusion can improve the symptoms of anemia such as fatigue and dizziness, and in more serious cases can be life-saving. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pressure/volume: Low pressures are usually associated with low pulse volumes ...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?
I'm curious as to what effects will atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis have on peripheral resistance, blood flow, and blood pressure?
Bad combination: Atherosclerosis/arteiosclerosis is a progressive disease of the arterial system that ultimately results in arterial wall hardening and luminal (phenobarbital) occlusion. Basically the artery stiffens and closes off. As the arteries get stiffer and more narrow from accumulating disease, blood flow through the the vessel decreases and peripheral resistance/pressure within the vessel inceases.It's a bad combination. ...Read more
Does blood pooling in the legs from postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome increase risk of blood clots?
Venous pooling: Reduced venous return is one of the main mechanisms that causes symptoms in pots. Venous return can be reduced by venous pooling. A hyperadrenergic state can result from the body's attempt to compensate for this abnormality. Dvt does not seem to be a complication of pots, possibly because homeostatic mechanisms and skeletal muscle contraction Prohibit a prolonged duration of venous pooling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Clotting Factors: Plasma protein factor i, fibrinogen factor ii, prothrombin factor iii, thrombokinase, thromboplastin - calcium ion, factor IV - accelerator factor, factor v, proaccelerin, prothrombin accelerator cothromboplastin, factor vii, proconvertin, stable factor antihaemophilic factor, antihaemophilic globulin, antihemophilic factor, antihemophilic globulin, factor viii, hemofil christmas factor, . ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Increase blood circulation in scalp
- Signs of good blood circulation
- Blood circulation and aloe vera
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Benefits of increased blood circulation
- Benefits of good blood circulation
- High blood pressure circulation
- To improve blood circulation
- Talk to a cardiologist online