Are Your Fingers And Toes Cold? You Must Pay Attention To These Dangerous Symptoms!!!
Problems with blood circulation should not be ignored!
Those who suffer from high blood pressure, have high cholesterol levels, diabetes or they smoke, at the same time, they usually suffer from impaired circulation, which is most felt in the feet and hands.
This is because the basis of these diseases is arteriosclerosis, a chronic degenerative disease that is caused by the deposition of fatty substances in the walls of arteries and the formation of calcifications.
All this leads to narrowing of the diameter of blood vessels and weakened blood flow through them, and therefore to “suffering” of tissues and organs that these blood vessels are supplying. More dangerous than perpetually cold hands and feet, can be the consequences of atherosclerosis, especially when atherosclerosis affects the blood vessels in the body, especially the blood vessels in the neck, which carry blood to the brain, the brain blood vessels, blood vessels of the heart, aorta, vessels of the abdominal organs, and especially the blood vessels of legs.
Arteriosclerotic or ischemic disease of the lower extremities has four stages. The first stage is asymptomatic with the presence of mild symptoms that are not pronounced, and usually occurs in the form of fatigue after a long walk, feeling of fullness in the legs or mild numbness. In the second stage, there are the so-called claudication discomfort or pain, stiffness and muscle cramps in the legs after a short or a longer walk. With the appearance of these symptoms the patient has to stop and rest, and then after a period of rest you can move on.
How to improve the health of your blood vessels?
In order to protect your blood vessels, first you must break the bad habits. As soon as you quit smoking, the disease will stop or its progression will be significantly slowed down. It is also necessary that you apply an adequate nutrition. This means that you need to throw out the excessive fat and sweets from your diet. Also it is recommended that you walk every day until you feel pain. In cases of obese people, they need to gradually reduce their in body weight.
In this stage it is necessary to make an accurate diagnosis because the symptoms usually can be replaced with rheumatic disorders, and with inadequate therapy, the disease will only continue to prosper. Even if the pain is present only during walking the disease can be treated with non-surgical methods, but the basic assumption is that the disease is recognized. Unfortunately, due to not understanding and inadequate diagnosis, the disease often progresses to the third stage, which is appearance of pain while you are resting.
During this stage the patient has pain while sitting, lying, a typical occurrence of night pain, which interrupts the patient’s sleep. The patient spends the night sitting in bed with lowered foot next to the bed and also usually falls asleep in the morning, when the patient finally falls asleep exhausted from the pain. If, at this stage nothing is done, the disease enters its final phase, and this is the appearance of gangrene.
To prevent this, it is crucial that the disease is detected in its third stage and then the patient needs to begin a drug treatment.
At this point we recommend a regular application of bioflavonoids in the form of dietary supplements. Bioflavonoids are natural compounds isolated from plants, with numerous beneficial effects on the body. It is well proven that bioflavonoids are powerful antioxidants, which positively affect the function of the damaged capillaries and veins. They reduce blood viscosity and increase the flexibility of red blood cells, thus speeding up blood flow, they also stimulate the emergence of new functional capillary, and slow down atherosclerosis by reducing the levels of bad cholesterol. Numerous studies have shown that bioflavonoids have antithrombotic properties. The most famous and the best known bioflavonoid is dihydroquercetin, which is obtained from a plant called Siberian larch.
It is necessary to make a good clinical examination which involves assessing the circulation in the extremities on the basis of presence or absence pulsations of the arteries in the typical places of the feet, which can easily be examined without any apparatus. Then it is necessary to do the ultrasound, review circulation which acquires a more detailed idea of the type, level and location of the damage arteries.
Start treatment implies the rejection of bad habits, and the establishment of hygienic and dietary measures. At the end, you also need to take drugs, which are prescribed as a supplement to the hygienic-dietary regime. By doing all these things you will be able to partially improve the quality of the circulation and possibly prevent the development of some of the possible complications.