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How to make your blood flow faster?

How to make your blood flow faster?

Not sure you can: The body will generally send blood where it's needed, but how fast it gets there is not under your control. Blood vessels may dilate to allow increased blood flow to an area of the body, and this effect may be enhanced by some medications. ...Read more

Dr. Quang Nguyen
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Obesity (Definition)

The definition started with Louis Israel Dublin, chief statistician of the Metropolitan life insurance company, in the early 1940s, as a BMI >25 (definitely >30) for people in their 20's based on retrospective observational life insurance data of the age at which people died later in life. This was subsequently adopted by the medical disease industry. However, BMI is ...Read more


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What happens to blood flow during sex?

What happens to blood flow during sex?

Blood flow.: Blood flow increases as heart rate and blood pressure goes up. All exercise will do this. Blood flow will also increase to specific genital organs in women and men as is obvious at the time. The clitoris also receives more blood flow. ...Read more

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How to increase blood flow to placenta?

How to increase blood flow to placenta?

Can't : This is not something one can normally control. Avoid tobacco, cocaine, methamphetamine's and other drugs. If you have diabetes control your blood sugar. If you have high blood pressure take your medication. ...Read more

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My blood flow is dark when I menstruating. Why is it so?

My blood flow is dark when I menstruating. Why is it so?

Black = old blood: The color of the blood in your menstrual cycle is not useful or relevant. It reflects how long the blood has been sitting inside your uterus or at the back of your vagina. Red is new. Brown or black blood is older and the blood products have started to break down. Menstrual blood color is not something you need to pay attention to. If your cycles are heavy consider birth control for regulation. ...Read more

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What can boost blood flow to penis?

What can boost blood flow to penis?

Approved medications: A family of medications called pde-5 inhibitors (viagra, levitra, (vardenafil) & cialis) are the most well known agents that improve blood flow for erections and are effective treatments for ed. Compounds called prostaglandins, such as alprostadil, are also effective & are injected into the penis prior to intercourse. Other non-approved agents, and ilicit drugs, should not be taken & have not been proven safe. ...Read more

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How to increase blood flow to my penis?

Exercise: Cardiovascular execise, which is good for your heart, is also good for your penis. Studies have demonstrated that just increasing exercise level can improve erections beyond that, there are oral and injectable medications that can improve blood flow to the penis. ...Read more

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Wut would help the blood flow to my penis?

Wut would help the blood flow to my penis?

Circulation: Treating any blood pressure elevation. Making sure your triglycerides are low with good exercise and low carbohydrate eating. Keeping blood sugar levels low. ...Read more

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What can I do to improve blood flow to my penis?

General health: Eat right, exercise, stay healthy, don't use alcohol or tobacco, stay away from Anabolic steroids or supplements, be careful of certain drugs. An erection will increase the blood flow to your penis, but only temporarily. Like the viagra (sildenafil) ad says, call your doctor if your have an erection that lasts over 4 hours. ...Read more

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How to naturally let blood flow faster to penis?

How to naturally let blood flow faster to penis?

Healthy lifestyle: Make sure that you have a healthy lifestyle including low cholesterol and blood sugar. The arteries to the penis are a reflection of the arteries in your body. Minimizing fat/cholesterol intake and keeping risk of diabetes low is the best way to preserve function to the penis. Some men will have erectile dysfunction as the first sign of possible future heart vessel or other vessel disease. ...Read more

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What can I do to increase blood flow to the nose?

What can I do to increase blood flow to the nose?

Need diagnosis: Blood flow to the nose is controlled by the autonomic nervous system. These nerves control the size and rate of blood flow to the mucosa of the lining of the lateral wall (turbinates) and middle of the nose (septum). Dilation of the blood vessels is a vagal response. Constriction of the blood vessels is a sympathetic (adrenaline) response. I do not think you can control these responses. ...Read more