by Sebastian Kahn
If you want to improve and optimize your blood circulation for a healthier body, then this book is for you!
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Poor blood circulation is a condition that we have all experienced on occasion. It manifests as a tingling in the fingers or toes and numbness in a limb. The problem with poor circulation is that it results in starving the numb appendage in your body of oxygen. And since oxygen is so vital for the natural function of your bodily systems, it is important to avoid a situation where a part of your body is lacking this necessity. The good news is that poor blood circulation can be altogether avoided (or remedied), and doing so will vastly improve your overall health and well-being. Simple changes in your posture, specific exercises and stretching routines, as well as certain massage techniques can easily be incorporated into your daily schedule to alleviate blood circulation problems. Also, adding certain foods to your diet can be beneficial. This book provides you with easy-to-follow guidance for the numerous things you can do to improve your blood circulation. Let’s get started!
Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…
- The Fundamentals of Good Posture
- Creating Effective Exercise and Stretching Regimens
- Foods That are Beneficial in Improving Circulation and Why
- Effective Massage Techniques
- When to Visit Your Doctor
- Much, much more!
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