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Benefits of Preventing Circulatory Issues

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The Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge has over 20 miles of hiking trails that provide access to an amazing amount of natural wonders. This is a great place to observe wildlife, both flora and fauna, but all those trails provide the opportunity to get some valuable exercise, too. Walking might not seem like much physical activity, but it is actually an excellent way to prevent circulatory issues and reduce the risk for heart attack, stroke, and other medical issues that arise due to poor blood flow.

As we consider ways to maintain good circulation, you may like to know that there are myriad benefits to doing so. In addition to decreased risk of heart attack and stroke, these include:

  • Improved energy – Red blood cells clumped together reduce oxygen delivery, which leads to fatigue. Healthy circulation keeps you alert and vibrant.
  • Deeper sleep – Whereas a healthy blood flow can make you feel more awake during the day, strong circulation is quite helpful at night, when the body repairs, rejuvenates, and cleanses itself.
  • Less stress – When you are stressed, your body produces cortisol. This is useful for short-term crisis management, but the hormone needs to be flushed out. If it “gums up” the system, it leads to greater stress on the body.
  • Stronger muscles – Healthy blood flow leads to better protein absorption in the muscles, which keeps you strong and fit.

Dr. Joel Brook Examining Patient's FootSo now we understand why healthy circulation is necessary, but how can we prevent circulatory issues from negatively affecting the body? Well, the best practices for preventing peripheral arterial disease and other conditions that impair circulation are centered on exercise, eating well, staying hydrated, and avoiding tobacco use. For more information, simply reach out to us and we will gladly help.

The steps to prevent circulation problems are certainly worth taking, but sometimes blood flow issues still arise. In such cases, it is time to seek the professional care you find here at Dallas Podiatry Works. We will create a treatment plan to reduce the risk of a dangerous medical condition and help improve your health. Contact us today online or by calling toll-free (888) 716-5283 to schedule an appointment at either our Dallas, TX or Plano offices.

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Dr. Joel W. Brook
Dr. Joel Brook is a board-certified podiatrist and foot and ankle surgeon at Dallas Podiatry Works in TX.

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