Circulation

Having healthy blood circulation is critical to your health. Poor blood circulation means that oxygenated blood does not get to where it needs to in your body efficiently. This could lead to all sorts of health issues such as PAD (Peripheral Artery Disease). Poor blood circulation can also lead to cold feet and hands, feeling tired and lack of energy, cramps and pins and needles, dry skin, varicose veins, hair loss and in some cases your memory can also be affected. In some serious cases poor blood circulation can lead to strokes and heart problems.

KNOWN TREATMENT METHODS

  • Avoid eating too much junk food and foods high in fat
  • Avoid sitting down for long periods of time
  • Regular exercise
  • Eating more fruit and vegetables and drinking more water
  • Medication NSAIDS

HOW CUPPING CAN HELP

  • Removes congealed blood
  • Removes toxins
  • Reduces cholesterol levels
  • Promotes the circulation of fresh oxygenated blood
  • Can stabilise high blood pressure levels
  • Improved lymph circulation