Category: Blood Circulation

Could Poor Microcirculation Be Causing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (MECFS)
Blood Circulation

Could Poor Microcirculation Be Causing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)?

Could the microvascular system – the small capillaries and the red blood cells that run through them – hold the key to energy problems in chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and perhaps fibromyalgia? The idea that the blood delivery system – not some metabolic derangement per se – is causing the problems with energy production is not new.

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Warning Signs You're in Danger of a Stroke
Blood Circulation

Warning Signs You’re in Danger of a Stroke

Stroke occurs when there is decreased blood supply to part of the brain either due to a narrowing or blockage or when there is a rupture of a vessel leading to bleeding and compression of the brain that can cause brain damage, neurological deficits and disability, and sometimes even death.

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