3 Keys for Increasing Blood Flow & Circulation

3 Keys for Increasing Blood Flow & Circulation

Poor blood circulation is an ever increasing problem. What makes this such a scary thought is that poor circulation can easily lead to various other serious health issues.

Your circulatory system includes your heart, veins, arteries and capillaries. It transports your blood, which provides nutrients and oxygen to all cells within your body.

When this system fails, death follows. With planning and lifestyle changes, you can maintain and improve your blood circulation.

Follow these 3 keys to ensure that you minimize the risk of developing blood flow and circulation problemsā€¦

Read about the 8 Warning Signs of Poor Blood Circulation…

  1. Diet

While maintaining a healthy, balanced is always the best way to reduce the risk of most health issues, there are some extra dietary tips that can help fight poor blood circulation symptoms and side effects.

  • High cholesterol can cause platelet aggregation or arterial buildup. This can block the flow of blood and even cause a heart attack or stroke. Foods high in saturated fats tend to increase cholesterol levels. Eating foods that contain soluble fiber, such as oatmeal, can absorb some of the cholesterol before reaching your blood stream.
  • Adding rich sources of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, such as cold water fish, nuts and canola oil, can help maintain healthy arteries. High blood pressure can impede blood circulation by causing your arteries to thicken and narrow.
  • Reducing your salt intake and increasing your potassium though natural sources and increased vitamin D can all help manage or prevent high blood pressure.

Learn about theĀ 5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation…

  1. Exercise

Exercise can reduce your weight, reduce stress and strengthen your heart muscle. All of these benefits can increase blood flow and its effectiveness.

Start slowly to prevent injury and gradually increase your activity level. Try to reach about 60 minutes of a cardiovascular activity per week, and combine this with another 60 minutes of strength training to reap the most benefits.

Before beginning any exercise routine, speak to your physician.

  1. Supplementation

The body manufactures its own nitric oxide, but if this function slowed down, you need to give it a boost. There are 2 all-natural amino acids which can boost nitric oxide production, L-Arginine and L-Citrulline. The other 2 ingredients which also help to increase blood flow and strengthen the circulatory system are Ginkgo Biloba and Guarana. All 4 these ingredients form the formulation of the Manna Blood Circulation Support and that is why the product works so well to help increase blood flow.

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