When blood circulation gets affected to certain areas like lungs, heart, brain, feet and hands, many other health issues may arise. Plaque restricts the blood flow. It also hardens the walls of the arteries.
And circulatory issues may further cause stroke, hypertension, clots, heart issues, varicose veins and even kidney issues.
So, poor circulation can eventually kill. But what causes poor blood circulation? Well, anxiety, smoking habit, high BP, obesity, diabetes, cholesterol issues, pneumonia and eating disorders also lead to poor circulation. Exercise and diet can make the condition better.
Now, let us discuss about the effects of circulation.
When you are not able to perform simple daily life activities like taking stairs then it could be due to poor cardiovascular strength.
Poor circulation could be a reason. Cholesterol issues, high BP and stroke can even kill. Poor blood circulation is the root cause.
When blood flow to the brain is restricted, memory loss, headaches, dizziness and fatigue could occur.
Numbness, cramps and varicose veins are some of the effects of poor circulation to legs.
Swollen feet and hands, fatigue are some of the effects of poor circulation to the kidneys.
When your liver lacks enough blood supply, your appetite levels may dip, skin tone might change and sudden weight loss could also occur.
Cold hands or feet, hair loss, fatigue, dizziness, edema, dry skin, muscle cramps and
sluggish memory are some of the effects of poor blood circulation in your body. Consult a doctor and make certain changes to your lifestyle to prevent further complications.