You will need
- - preparations based on Ginkgo biloba;
- - meadowsweet;
- - horse chestnut.
First and foremost, to restore circulation ditch unhealthy habits. Nicotine promotes the constriction of blood vessels, which negatively affects the bloodstream. Alcoholic beverages provoke a thickening of the blood, the stretching of the vessels and the blood clots. No matter what he fortress. The view that a glass of wine thins the blood and improves circulation – it is nothing like the myth. When receiving the wine, the initial effect is vasodilatation, but then inevitably there is a sharp contraction, which leads to disruption of blood circulation.
Eat right. Refrain from fatty, spicy, fried foods, animal fats, do not overeat, eat fractional and often. Systematically monitor your weight. Poor diet and excess weight is one of the leading causes of impaired circulation.
Exercise, move more. Lack of exercise plus bad habits and over-nutrition lead to strokes and heart attacks, and this is a consequence of impaired circulation. Daily do light morning exercises, walk, join a fitness center or pool. Physical exercise greatly enhance blood circulation, prevent the emergence of excess weight and encourage overall health and wellbeing.
Systematically take drugs on the basis of Ginkgo biloba leaves, meadowsweet, horse chestnut. It is a natural and completely safe remedies that naturally strengthen the walls of blood vessels, prevent blood clots, stimulate blood circulation, thin the blood.
Massage is another means to normalize the blood circulation. Total Wellness massage helps to bring all the major muscles in a state of heightened tone, this in turn activates blood circulation, the blood is saturated with active substances, which beneficially affects the entire body.
If you have varicose veins, problems with the cardiovascular system, consult your doctor. Will prescribe drugs that help restore blood circulation. Drug and dose the doctor selects for each patient individually taking into account the results of the medical examination, concomitant diseases and age, so uniform recommendations are not.