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Blood vessels, «modeled» temperature

Blood vessels, «modeled» temperature

20.02.2017

Blood vessels, «modeled» temperature

Not only high temperatures (heat) causing alterations in the blood flow, but low temperatures often causes vasoconstriction in the arteries that supply the skin of hands and feet, so vessels reduce their size.
In other words, we have cold skin temperatures not only because of the environment, but also because of irrigation worse.
The sudden transition from cold to heat, superficial blood vessels dilate, and this phenomenon arterial causes us pain and tingling legs when walking can aggravate the pain.
The problems are most serious when poor irrigation affects diseased atherosclerotic peripheral vessels. Plaque made up of cholesterol, calcium and bacteria from narrow and stiffen the arteries manifested by pain walking. In these cases, additional cold-induced vasoconstriction makes ends and be less irrigated, so that the affected leg becomes colder, more faded and less responsive to the touch skin.
The differences from the healthy leg can be seen in terms of appearance skin and nails: specks, peeling skin, a decrease in hairiness.
In addition, the cold increases blood viscosity. When the vessel diameter is smaller than that of a blood clot, artery blockage occurs and thus the circulation in the territory irrigated by it, which causes severe pain in the leg even at rest.
In conditions of low temperatures we can talk about a real “season of thrombosis” with all the ensuing consequences.
Thus, it is important that during the cold season, to have measures to counteract the influence of low temperatures. One of the most important is to supplement your diet with Endolex® Forte helps blood circulation to be within normal parameters.