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What Do You Do For Poor Blood Circulation
Vague question :-/: The question is vague so this answer may not be helpful. But, since "cold hands" and/or "cold feet" are common "poor circulation" complaints, i'll address those. These usually normal variants of autonomic nerve function are not a vascular disease. They require no treatment other than warming for comfort. But, if finger/toes turn white or dark blue or have pain, you should see a physician asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Know the cause: Unless you know the cause of your poor circulation, it will be hard to treat what you don't know the cause is. If you were to provide more of history, then we may help you better. ...Read more
Do you have low suga: The body naturally adjusts the blood levels of sugar, mainly glucose. If you have low blood glucose, you should be investigated to determine the cause and treat the cause. Otherwise, in a healthy person, usual balanced diet is sufficient to maintain normal blood sugar levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood circulation: You may develop discomfort/pain in the areas of compromised circulation, such as legs or feet. There may be some skin/nail changes, such as bluish color of the affected areas, hair loss, nail splitting, pitting, and others. A doctor may find decreased or absent pulses, cool or cold extremities, etc. ...Read more
It is easy and: Accessible and have a lot of small blood vessels but painful. ...Read more
Blood clumps: Because of some reason the blood clumps together and forms a mass, usually in veins; rarely in arteries and soft tissue ( after injury ). That cuts off blood flow to the adjacent area. Can get detached and go to the lung and cause more serious problem. ...Read more
It is true that : Exercise will incearse blood pressure for a short time however when you stop your blood pressure should soon return to normal the quicker it does this the fitter you are most people with high blood pressure should be able to increase their physical activity levels quite safely however if your blood pressure is relatively high you should not start any new new activity without doctor advice. ...Read more
No "cure": Typically when we talk about curing a disease, we think about treatment that results in eliminating the disease. For most people who have essential high blood pressure, there is no "cure", i.e. They have to take medications for a long time, possibly for the rest of their lives. In some, weight loss and dietary restrictions may control bp. There are also invasive procedures that may help in others. ...Read more
Hypertension: Hypertension is not related to cholesterol level. Genetics and other processes are associated with hypertension. ...Read more
Family Doctor: A good place to start would be with your family doctor. He/she can do a general exam and send you to the proper specialist if that is what's needed. ...Read more
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