Life Is In The BloodFeb 16 2016 | Nimulrith Seth EAMP
Why Your Blood And Your Circulation Is Important to Your Physiology?
Life is in the blood. Blood flow is very important to bodily function. Cellular functions require constant supply of O2 and nutrients, blood is the only venue where the body used for transporting oxygen and nutrients to all the cells in your body. Poor circulation well comprised the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the tissue, thus, compromising physiological function. In addition, removal of waste products from tissue is also being done by general circulation. If these waste products are not being removed properly, our body will mount an inflammatory response against those toxic wastes. This inflammatory response will expresses itself into poor health. Some of the general symptoms that you might experience due to poor circulation includes: poor memories, easily stress, moodiness, feeling grumpy and groggy, impatient, general feeling of fatigue and malaise, lack of drive, low libido, numbness and tingling in the extremities, insomnia, indigestion, easily winded, and poor wound healing, and easily catching cold etc.
How Important Are The Blood Vessels For Circulation And My Health?
Blood nurtures the body. Sufficient blood flow is very important for overall physiological function. The integrity of blood vessel is important because when there is blockage occur within blood vessels, it lead to insufficient blood flow causing cellular malfunction or cell death. Health complication occurs depends on the area of the blockage. For instance, if blockage occurs within the blood vessels that supply to the heart, symptoms includes: heart attack, heart murmur, heart palpitation, chest pain and tightness, feeling fatigue, easily winded, shortness of breath, emotionally sensitive, anxiety, depression, poor memories, insomnia and physical pain. Thus, the integrity of the blood vessels is important for the cellular function and your over health because life is in the blood.
Why is Your Heart is Important to General Circulation and Your Health?
Sufficient blood circulation is crucial to physiological function, organ function and the function of the tissue. Human heart is an only engine that keeps the circulation moving. The strength and the rate of heart beats are important to promote sufficient blood flow throughout the body. If the heart is not beating properly or lack of sufficient strength, the body will start to develop complications such as: edema in the lower extremities, feeling physical and mental fatigue, joints pain and other physical pain, poor memories, anxiety, depression, insomnia, over thinking, worry, easily winded and shortness of breath, chest pain and tightness, low blood pressure or high blood pressure. A healthy heart is a premise for good health. It is crucial to have a healthy heart and healthy life because life is in the blood.