7 Easy Ways to Improve Blood Circulation

7 Easy Ways to Improve Blood Circulation

Good blood circulation is vital for most functions in the body.

Without blood circulation there is no oxygen being transported. No blood going to our muscles. No colour in our skin. And no energy to do anything.

With our modern lifestyles, our blood circulation can easily become less effective due to certain foods clogging up our arteries. It is largely thanks to the fact that we aren’t very active since we spend all day at work behind a desk, then get home and sit in front of the TV.

Luckily there are simple ways to give your blood circulation a bit of a boost:

  1. MOVE AND SHAKE

Any physical activity can contribute to blood circulation. You don’t have to spend 3 hours a day in the gym. Just go for a walk along the beach or in a park. Take the family for a hike over the weekend. Take your partner dancing. You can even get a jump rope and start reliving your young days. Just get up and start moving.

  1. RUB IT IN

I’m talking about a nice deep-body massage. The rubbing and pulling and what not that you get from a proper massage is a great way to get the blood flowing throughout your body. And it’s also a great excuse to spoil yourself.

  1. BREATHE IN, BREATHE OUT

Deep breathing is unbelievably helpful. It can get more oxygen floating around in your body. Do deep breathing exercises to help increase your normal breathing. Most of us are used to taking shallow breaths, whilst we should always be breathing as if we have just run 5km.

  1. EAT FOR RESULTS

I don’t mean to say that you should eat until you can see a food baby – no, not those kinds of results. Eating the right food to aid in blood circulation can be very helpful. Eat things like fruits with loads of vitamin C, beans, lentils, red mead, and green vegetables.

  1. SPICE IT UP

Adding things like chilli, turmeric, cayenne and ginger to your food can help get the blood pumping. This is a great way to sit around and work up a sweat!

Here is a spicy recipe to try…

  1. GET YOUR SHOWER ON

For the best results you should start off with a hot shower so the blood can go to your skin, then turn on only the cold water so that the blood will go to the organs to keep them warm, then when you are done turn the hot water back on so that the blood rushes to your skin again.

  1. NATURAL SUPPLEMENTS

The Manna Blood Circulation Support product was especially formulated to help with the improvement of blood flow in the most natural way without any side effects.

Manna Blood Circulation Support contains:

  • Ginkgo Biloba Extract, which helps improve blood circulation, helping your brain, eyes and legs function better.
  • L-Arganine that helps lower your blood pressure by relaxing and opening you arteries.
  • L-Citrulline boosts nitric oxide production in the body. Nitric oxide helps your arteries relax and work better, which improves blood flow throughout your body.
  • Guarana, an ingredient containing caffeine which stimulates the circulation of blood.

See what our customers say about Manna Blood Circulation Support:

“I’ve been on this course for about 7 days and find I’m not waking up with headaches anymore which happened every morning for many years. I also had chest pains 24/7 and that’s all gone. My energy levels have also improved tremendously. Being a polio victim my feet are constantly cold and that also has improved.” – Jane

“I was taking Blood Circulation Support for about three months and felt good and then I stopped taking it but noticed that in the mornings my feet were cold and the blood was not flowing to my toes. I have started taking it again (for about a week now) and have noticed that my toes are doing much better again. I also seem to have more energy.” – Lindsey

“I start using the blood circulation support product for over a month now and all I can say is I feel great. No more numbness feeling in the legs.  Awesome.” – Liana

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