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Healthy Habits You Can Follow To Improve Poor Circulation

Poor circulation is a common issue that impacts the lives of millions of people daily. According to reports, around 12 million people in the United States are affected by peripheral artery disease. Many people who live with poor circulation also struggle with uncontrolled diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, anemia, and other health issues. It is essential to recognize …

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What to Do for Poor Circulation

Good blood circulation is an integral part of a healthy life. The blood delivers oxygen throughout the body and also transports white blood cells that help fight off infection and illness. Good circulation also helps us stay energized and focused. Historically, it has been assumed that circulation issues are reserved for our population of older …

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Signs of Poor Circulation

Usually, we don’t give much thought to our circulation. We trust that blood is flowing freely throughout our heart, arteries, blood vessels, and capillaries. Properly circulating blood delivers vital nutrients, hormones, white blood cells, and oxygen to all the parts of the body. Disruption to or decline in circulation can lead to various health risks. …

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