Circulation is not something you consider often, but it is very important for the health of your entire body. People with chronic circulation problems are likely to be much more in tune with their circulation needs and treatments.
Our bodies are constantly circulating fluids, with the most important of these fluids being blood. Your heart is the driving force behind the 5 quarts of blood that are pumped through your blood vessels every single minute! Blood circulating your body transports oxygen and nutrients throughout the body in an efficient manner. If this is disrupted then the cells in our bodies can’t get rid of excess waste in our cells.
So, poor circulation not only reduces the ability to remove waste from our systems efficiently, but it can present as numbness (pins and needles), and other discomforts – bloating, reduced energy, cold feet/hands, and fluid retention. All of which are uncomfortable, but luckily not life-threatening.
If you have poor circulation and any of the symptoms associated then you will likely want to take steps to improve your circulation, and consequently your overall health.