5 Practical Tips to Improve Poor Circulation

If you have Poor Circulation, like someone who has cold hands and feet, and maybe even experience symptoms like in Reynaud’s disease, such as hands that can’t even hold a cold drink cup, or hands that turn red when the temperature is barely cool outside, then you might want to pay attention to thess practical tips on how to improve circulation. 1. Get Your Vitamin D Level Up to Optimal Levels Almost every organ in the body has receptors for Vitamin D, and so Vitamin D is a nutrient that is vital for a vast array of health issues, including the proper functioning of the circulatory and muscular system. Vitamin D can influence both the proper workings of muscles and the health of the blood vessels. There are many reports on the internet of people with poor circulation having improvement with vitamin d, so a study set out to test the theory that Vitamin D might help with even as severe a circulatory issue as Reynaud’s. Indeed, after 8 weeks of high dose Vitamin D treatment, Reynaud’s sufferer’s reported significant improvements 1 while those given a placebo did not. The authors speculated that it might be because Vitamin D is causing some amount of vasodilation. Vasodilation is when blood vessels become larger. This helps circulatory issues because the smaller the blood vessel, the less blood can go through it, the larger and more dilated the blood vessel (to a certain degree) the more blood supply can go through it and the better the circulati...
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If you have Poor Circulation, like someone who has cold hands and feet, and maybe even experience symptoms like in Reynaud’s disease, such as hands that can’t even hold a cold drink cup, or hands that turn red when the temperature is barely cool outside, then you might want to pay attention to thess practical tips on how to improve circulation. 1. Get Your Vitamin D Level Up to Optimal Levels Almost every organ in the body has receptors for Vitamin D, and so Vitamin D is a nutrient that is vital for a vast array of health issues, including the proper functioning of the circulatory and muscular system. Vitamin D...
Source: Immune Health Blog - Category: Nutrition Authors: Tags: Heart Health and Cholesterol Vitamin D improve poor circulation improve Reynaud's intermittant claudication reynaud's disease Source Type: blogs
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