WALKING AND BLOOD CIRCULATION

 

 

06-Apr-2022

 

WHY BLOOD CIRCULATION?

The blood circulation is one of the important processes in the body that helps all body systems to perform their various functions.

It is important at any age to maintain healthy blood circulation. When circulation is poor, the muscles and tissues of the body do not receive enough oxygen and nutrients from the blood to function properly, leading to general fatigue and pain.

 

SOME SYMPTOMS OF POOR BLOOD CIRCULATION

  1. Severe headache, sometimes accompanied by vomiting.
  2. Occasional loss of consciousness.
  3. The inability to move the extremities easily, such as the hands and feet.
  4. Stuttering and slowness in speaking.
  5. Foot wounds do not heal easily.
  6. Changes in the color of the nails.
  7. Pain and cramping in the leg.
  8. Feeling of numbness in the extremities.

 

 

RELATION BETWEEN WALKING AND BLOOD CIRCULATION

Walking helps improve blood circulation. Because as you walk, you take in more oxygen which is then transferred to your muscles, which increases your heart rate, which improves cardiovascular health, which of course is essential for good blood circulation.

 

CAN YOU REVERSE POOR CIRCULATION IN FEET?

Walking helps increase blood flow throughout the body by reducing blood pressure and increasing the contraction and relaxation of the muscles in the feet, which leads to increased pressure on the large veins in the feet, thereby stimulating blood circulation.

 

HOW DIFFICULT IS TO WALK?

At the present time, we see that the more people develop, the less they practice walking.

 

Walking is one of the cheapest, simplest and easiest physical activities and does not require any special equipment or skills. It is also a way to improve physical fitness, maintain health and reduce stress. Unfortunately, it hasn't received the appreciation it deserves, either in terms of health or its value as a means of transportation and entertainment.

 

Walking can be practiced anytime and anywhere (such as parks, markets, seaside public roads, etc.) and is not limited to a certain age, even if the person is not not able to exercise in general due to health conditions, but walking will help improve health and restore activity, and can be part of everyday life.

 

WRAPPING UP

When walking, all the muscles of the body move, from the muscles of the feet to the muscles of the arms. Walking increases blood flow in the body so that more blood containing oxygen and nutrients for fuel can reach the large leg muscles as well as the brain.

Inhaling pure oxygen while walking activates blood circulation and doubles the amounts of oxygen reaching all vital organs, which directly contributes to improving their work and functions.