Good circulation isn’t really something that most people have to worry about until they get older, but in the interests of full preparedness, you should learn what the implications of bad circulation are, and how you can fix it.
Circulation, ie, the circulation of blood, is essential for many reasons. Areas of the body that suffer from decreased blood can increase the risks of blood clots forming; they can suffer from muscle atrophy and weakness; they can even become gangrenous in extreme cases where blood supply has been completely shut off.
Those who suffer from this condition are generally older people or those who have a severe weight issue. People who are very inactive are also at risk of the condition, as are those who have low fluid intake and poor diets.
In order to improve upon your circulation, the best way is to increase your activity. Your circulation is dependent upon your cardiovascular system, which can improve or worsen depending upon how much aerobic exercise you do.
Increasing activity isn’t always possible, such as when there is a disability preventing it. In these instances, you can use a number of medical devices which have been clinically proven to improve circulation. These devices work by vibrating parts of your body, typically the soles of your feet.