How to Improve Your blood flow

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Nicotine is found in cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and smokeless tobacco. It damages artery walls and thickens blood to the point where it cannot pass.

Snuff Out Tobacco

Blood is half water. So you need to stay hydrated. 8 glasses of water daily Exercise and hot weather necessitate more water intake.

Gulp It Down

Yoga is a low-impact exercise that can boost circulation. Moving brings oxygen to your cells. Twisting sends blood to the organs.

Relax and Twist

No yogis? Legs-up-the-wall yoga pose for swollen ankles or feet. It's easy to reverse your blood flow with viparita karani.

Hit the Wall

“Aerobic” means “oxygen So when you run, bike, walk, or swim, you get more oxygen into your muscles. This increases blood flow and heart strength.

Pump It Up

This form of strength training not only gets your blood pumping but also helps with back pain. Standing shoulder-width apart, arms at sides

Cop A Squat

Use your wardrobe. Compression socks squeeze your legs to keep your blood moving. Instead, it returns to your heart.

Compress Your Socks

A balanced diet has no drawbacks. Lots of fruits and veggies Avoid saturated fats found in red meat, poultry, cheese, and other animal products.

Eat More Plants and Less Meat

Direct your blood flow. Stroke your dry skin with a stiff, flat body brush. From your feet, move up using long leg and arm motions.

Brush Your Body

A bath can temporarily improve circulation. Warm water widens arteries and veins, allowing more blood to flow. Hot water or tea also works.

Sip or Soak

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