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Relation Between Poor Circulation And High Blood Pressure

Relation Between Poor Circulation And High Blood Pressure


Relation Between Poor Circulation And High Blood Pressure

by Christian Goodman

So often, my ideas for articles are born of questions from my clients, asking if a symptom or condition could be linked to another health issue. They ask this because they tell me that they tried one of my programs to alleviate a health issue and in addition, it helped alleviate another health concern.

I have received many e-mails from my clients who have tried my weight loss and high blood pressure program. In their e-mails they mention apart from losing weight or reducing blood pressure, my health programs have improved their poor circulation.

Then most of them ask me are both the problems interrelated. My answer is always a yes.

Poor circulation means limited blood flow throughout the body. What typically presents first is numbness and/or cramping, generally in the hands legs and feet.

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.

All the organs in the body needs adequate blood for the better supply of oxygen. When the organs do not get adequate blood the oxygen supply will also come down. This may lead many problems. When there is limited amount of blood flow in body, then a person will get this symptoms.

Poor circulation of blood for a long time may lead to high blood pressure and may damage the organs. This damage can lead to blindness, stroke and heart attack. Moreover, this can cause blood clots, which may 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.

high blood pressure can lead to narrowing of arteries and narrowing of arteires can lead to high blood pressure. That is the reason why sometimes high blood pressure is the cause and a side effect of poor circulation.

Diabetes has its own complications because its side effects include both small blood vessel damage (this is why amputation is so often a result of untreated diabetes) and water retention. Both of these have been proven to lead to high 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!


About the Author:
Being overweight is known to cause many dangerous conditions. After helping thousands of people all over the world to lower high blood pressure, using his Hypertension No More Program, he invented a method that doubled the effort with his revolutionary best Weight Loss Program. Check it out.

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