Relation Between Poor Circulation And High Blood Pressure
by: Christian Goodman
Most the time the idea for a article is developed from the questions my clients ask. Most of them ask if a health issue can be related to another one? This question is asked more frequently because when they try one of my program for heath issue, it cures another health problem jointly.
In their e-mails they mention apart from losing weight or reducing blood pressure, my health programs have improved their poor circulation. I have received many e-mails from my clients who have tried my weight loss and high blood pressure program.
I am then asked if I think the two conditions could be related. The answer is "yes," undoubtedly.
Not adequate flow of blood in teh body is called poor circulation. The symptoms for this is numbness or cramps in hands and leg.
Over time, however, symptoms also present as coldness in the limbs, extreme tiredness in the legs or even all over, pain in the limbs, redness and swelling, water retention, headache, sleep interruption, skin ulcers, loss of libido and even loss of mental acuity.
These symptoms are logical when one considers what is happening to the body when blood flow is diminished. Blood needs to travel appropriately to all of the organs and tissues in order to deliver its much needed oxygen supply. Since the blood is still being delivered but not in an optimized fashion, proper oxygen supply is missing and the above symptoms appear.
Over time, poor circulation can lead to high blood pressure which can then lead to organ damage (including the heart, kidneys and eyes) which can then lead to stroke, heart attack and blindness. Additionally, blood clots can form which can lead to stroke.
So, what causes poor circulation? The most common causes are atherosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries), obesity, inactivity (oftentimes goes hand in hand with obesity), diabetes, varicose veins and deep vein thrombosis.
Atherosclerosis can lead to high blood pressure but high blood pressure can also cause atherosclerosis so it can be a "chicken or the egg" effect. This is why in the end, high blood pressure can both cause and be a side effect of poor circulation.
Small blood vessel damage and water rentention are the problems caused by diabetes. And both these problems are known to increase blood pressure.
If your doctor has told you that you need to lower your blood pressure or lose weight in order to correct your poor circulation, I highly encourage you to try both my High Blood Pressure program and/or my Weight Loss Breeze program. They are all natural and guaranteed to work!
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