A window on the world / Health: how do you know that you have a weak blood circulation?

Friday, October 12, 2018 11:50 PM

Window on the world – Circulatory system in the body is the system that is responsible for sending blood, oxygen and nutrients through the body when the blood stream flows to a certain part of the body.

Weak blood circulation according to the medical website "Healthline"They are more common in the limbs, such as the legs and arms, and include the most common causes of poor blood circulation, obesity, diabetes and heart problems.

Symptoms of reduced circulation

The most common symptoms of poor blood circulation include:

Tingling in the limbs.

Sensation of anesthesia in the arm or in the leg.

Palpitations or pain in your limbs.

Muscle spasms.

Causes of poor circulation

There are several causes of poor blood circulation:

1 – artery vascular disease

Peripheral vein disease (PATH) The weakness of blood circulation in the legs, which reduces the narrowing of blood vessels and arteries and thus blood flow to the parties over time, low blood supply to the limbs can lead to numbness and damage to tissues and nerves, if left untreated

2- Blood clots

Partial or total blood clots can develop anywhere in the body, but a blood clot in the arm or leg can cause problems with the circulation.

3. Diabetes

You may think that diabetes only affects your blood sugar levels, but it can also lead to poor blood circulation in certain parts of your body, such as cramps in the legs and pain in the thighs or buttocks.

4- Obesity

Overweight causes a burden on your body because obesity also increases the risk of many other causes of poor blood circulation, including problems with varicose veins and blood vessels.


Treatment of reduced circulation

Treatment of a disturbed circulatory system depends on the condition it causes, but may include:

Compression stockings for painful and swollen legs. Regularity of insulin for diabetics. Laser surgery or laparoscopic vein for the treatment of varicose veins. The treatment plan may include thromboembolism and blood thinners, depending on your condition.

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