Better Circulation

Poor circulation: What is Circulatory Health?

Poor circulation: What is Circulatory Health?

Are you the kind of person who chooses to park in the far corner of the grocery store parking lot? Or do you elect to sprint up six flights of stairs instead of riding the elevator? Do you suddenly decide to take a walk around the block, just for “fun?” No? Well in that case, it’s possible that your circulatory health isn’t at its peak. Blood circulation is defined as blood coursing from the heart, through the arteries, capillaries, and veins back to the heart. This is a wonderfully efficient and vital process until something disrupts the rhythm of proper and healthy circulation. There are many factors that can adversely affect circulation including smoking, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, sedentary lifestyle and diabetes to name a few.

Get Circulating: Exercising keeps it flowing
Most of us have probably experienced overzealous gym teachers exclaiming that running the muddy track in 20-degree weather is good for you because it gets the circulation going and the blood flowing. And the funny thing is, they were absolutely right. Exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight, reduce stress levels and result in improved circulation that will encourage more oxygen and nutrients to travel to your organs. But you don’t necessarily have to hit the gym. Walking is an easy way to increase physical activity, heart rate and blood circulation. It also has the added benefits of lowering your blood pressure, improving blood sugar and cholesterol levels all in a low impact way.

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If you find yourself on a plane or in a car for an extended period of time, it’s a good idea to take a break and walk around for a few minutes or at least stretch and move your legs around regularly. It is also advisable to drink plenty of fluids (not including those airline Bloody Mary’s) to prevent any dehydration.

Keep it circulating: Natural supplement support
There are some natural supplements that you can take that may also help improve vascular health. CoQ10 contains significant antioxidant properties providing various important health benefits such as revitalizing the immune system, helping to keep blood pressure levels in normal range, protecting against free radicals and increasing heart circulation. We're pleased to introduce our new top absorption CoQ10 product in the Ubiquinol form! It is the only lipid- & hydro-soluble CoQ10 available today. Since our bodies become less able to convert Ubiquinone into the usable Ubiquinol form as we age, Super QNol® in 100mg softgels is the answer to getting the most absorption and highest levels of usable CoQ10 possible.

Consuming Omega 3’s helps improve heart health and maintain a healthy vascular system. Also, Omega-Gel® supports circulatory health, delivering much needed antioxidants to the body to provide an array of benefits such as potentially helping to maintain HDL (good) cholesterol in the body.

So keep on walking, watching your weight, and tracking your cholesterol and blood pressure levels and you’ll have the best circulation on the block.

References

1 American Heart Association. "PAD Symptoms." Article (http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3020252), April 30, 2009.

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