Posted: Monday, July 28, 2008 1:59:23 PMHi everyone, I have been going more serious relating to my heart problems these days as from few days I have been feeling somewhat uneasy and when I went to the doctor he diagnosed this as low blood circulation. I have been given some suggestions for this by the doc,but would like to know any more things that I should OR should not do to avoid any complications. Any help will be appreciated
Posted: Monday, May 04, 2009 2:03:29 AMThere are many meds that can help poor circulation. Calcium channel blockers can be very useful. The aforementioned omega 3 oils are worth a try, too. Magnesium helps dilate blood vessels and can promote circulation.
Posted: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 4:14:02 PMIt is always important to live a healthy lifestyle, you can find a nearest health club gym where you can do a proper exercise. Lack of physical activities can lead you to a more stressful life. Doing some fitness workouts can make you active, healthy and have a good blood circulation.
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