Circulatory Problems: Cause – Recommendations

Problems of circulation can be attributed to a number of disorders.

Problems of circulation can be attributed to a number of disorders, all of which can happen when oxygenated blood is restricted from completely circuiting the body. The following reasons elucidate underlying factors that cause the problem:

l)   There may be clots forming in the leg or the pelvic area and get trapped in the pulmonary artery, resulting in  a diminished flow of blood as well a deficiency of oxygen. The condition is known as pulmonary embolism which is difficult to detect until symptoms of a sudden shortness of breath occurs.

2)   Deposits of fat or plaque line the walls of the arteries, causing them to harden and constrict.  Blood is forced against the walls of the constricted blood vessels,  thereby causing hypertensioin or high blood pressure, and may consequently trigger a stroke, angina pectoris (chest pain), kidney damage and heart attack.

3)     Circulatory disease can be brought on by the chronic inflammation of blood vessels in the extremities. The problem is known as thromboangitis obliterans (Buerger’s disease) which is common with people that smoke. In most instances,  it usually affects the foot or leg. It may also affect the hand, arm, or thigh. Symptoms of Buerger’s disease are a sensation of tingling in the area that is affected, referred to as “pins and needles”), as well as a burning sensation in the fingers and toes.  Chronic condition of the disease may result in ulceration and gangarene that may necessitate an amputation.

4)    There is another kind of circulatory problem known as Raynaud’s disease, characterized by constriction and spasm of blood vessels in the extremities, such as fingers, toes, and tip of the  nose.  The extremities appear bluish because of retarded circulation.

5)      A rare condition, known as Marfan’s syndrome is caused by lack of circulation, characterized by defects of connective tissue in the areas of the skeletal system, eyes and blood vessels.  This condition can also result in anomalies of the anatomy, such as long toes and/or fingers, a high palate, an enlarged aorta and taller than average height. It is considered to be hereditary.

6)       Varicose veins can also cause poor circulation, resulting from loss of elasticity in the walls of veins.


l)         A diet of high fiber.

2)        Include bananas, brown rice, endive, garlic, lima beans, peas and spinach in your diet.

3)         Abstain from animal protein.

4)          Regular exercise.

5)          Watch your weight.      

In conclusion, you may consider chelation therapy to improve circulation.   


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