Good circulation requires the appropriate function of every organ, muscle, and cell in the body. The body’s circulatory system is controlled by the heart, which pumps blood while a huge network of blood vessels distributes the oxygen-rich blood via arteries, veins, and capillaries throughout the body.
Poor circulation is usually fixed by treating the underlying causes, so it’s important to see your doctor regularly. You can also improve your circulation by living a healthy life, which makes it less likely that you’ll get diseases that cause poor circulation. Also, healthy habits can help you feel better if you already have a circulation problem. Dr. Robert Pilchik, one of our own, has some tips on how to improve your circulation. Read the article.