Blood Flow and Circulation
While all the body’s parts and systems have a part to play, and all are important in their own way, none is more critical than our circulatory system. Also known as the cardiovascular system, this extremely complex structure is absolutely essential to our existence.
If it stops, we stop. When any of the blood vessels that are part of our circulatory system are compromised, our health suffers, in many different ways.
Damage to blood vessels can occur from external damage, resulting in cuts and bruises, which can range from minor to fatal. We can take steps to minimize this, by being careful to avoid physical damage.
Most people do this fairly well, however most of the damage that occurs to their cardiovascular system occurs unnoticed, incrementally, due to actions that can be a lack of self-care, and is often self-abuse.
In the main, people living in modern western societies do not take the best of care of their circulatory systems. There is a very common tendency to pass this responsibility on to health care providers, often after much damage has been done through neglect.
This eBook outlines how the damage can occur, the consequences, and steps we can take as individuals to prevent and overcome some of this damage using natural methods readily available.