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Blood Circulation Troubles

 

In Germany, Blood Circulation Trouble is the 1st cause of death and represents 50% of death cases. Every year, 250.000 Germans die from this illness and 5 millions suffer from it.

 

90% of this trouble is due to arteriosclerosis, or loss of elasticity of the arteries. Poisons are nicotine, too high blood fat, cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, stress, too little physical exercise and also the presence of certain bacteria, like Clamydia. These poisons damage the vessel wall, provoking their inflammation and deposits of proteins and blood platelets and also calcium. These deposits may generate blood clots that can block brain arteries. The oxidation of cholesterol LDL (low density lipoprotein) as well as triglycerides can also provoke fat deposit on the blood vessels.

 

In the heart, if the blood circulation is cut, it is called a heart infarct; arteriosclerosis is responsible for 90% of heart infarct.

 

In the brain, if the blood circulation is cut, it is called a stroke:

  • ischemia: when the buildup of plaques narrows and finally block the artery
  • emboli: when blood clots block the artery
  • cerebral haemorrhage: when an artery starts leaking

Brain stroke is the 3d cause of death in Germany. In this case, oxygen therapies can produce results like miracles. After a stroke, the brain goes through a period of trying to reorganize itself. Getting oxygen to the affected site prevents swelling and brings the neurons back to life (Yutsis, 2003).

 

Blood circulation trouble is also the cause of many symptoms provoked by bad oxygenation of capillaries, like loss of equilibrium, ear noise, etc

 

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