Poor circulation can be affected by many things. While some people are genetically inclined to having better circulation than others, many factors in your life can affect how well blood and oxygen are delivered to various parts of your body.
This can cause side effects ranging from minor to pronounced, including cold and darkened extremities. Poor circulation may also be aggravated by certain conditions, including diabetes. There are several things you can do to help your circulatory system function as it should.
Stop smoking, if you currently do. Smoking can damage your arteries, making it more difficult for blood and oxygen to be distributed throughout the body. Quitting smoking is considered by some to be the single most effective way you can do to improve circulation.
Eat a heart-healthy diet. Avoid foods high in saturated fat and cholesterol, and make sure you are getting good daily doses of vitamins A, B6, C and E. Omega-3 fatty acids are also believed to reduce the occurrence of poor circulation in individuals.
Exercise several times a week. Even moderate levels of exercise increases your heart rate and the speed at which blood is pumped through your body. This leads to an increase in circulation that is maintained for the duration of your exercise. But even when the exercise ends, frequent working out can train the circulatory system to distribute blood and oxygen better throughout your day, improving circulation.
Take the Manna Blood Circulation Support caplets each day to improve blood circulation and reduce high blood pressure. Improved blood circulation also helps with winter feet and fingers.
The formulation used for the Manna Blood Circulation Support product were developed over 30 years and the scientist, Dr. Louis J. Ignarro, received a Nobel prize for this discovery.