Poor blood circulation is the underlying cause of bad health, spider and varicose veins, slow-healing and chronic diabetic wounds, erectile dysfunction, and even mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. Since these conditions are often associated with diabetes, diabetics in particular need a treatment that addresses them all with minimal to no side effects. D’OXYVA‘s blood circulation and tissue perfusion health is a cutting-edge biotech solution that provides a real solution for the above conditions at their source: by improving the flow and enriching the oxygen and nutrient concentration of the blood exactly where the issues occur anywhere inside the body. But doctors don’t commonly prescribe it yet. Instead, they prescribe medications, topical creams, and even surgeries. How does D’OXYVA measure up against these modalities?
Conventional Treatments For Poor Blood Circulation And Their Pros And Cons
Anti-platelet drugs, also known as blood thinners, prevent blood platelets from collecting together and forming a clot. Aspirin in the form of Advil is the most easily recognizable type of anti-platelet medication.
Unfortunately, you must take blood thinners daily in order for them to work continuously. They do not cure the problem, which is that the blood is not flowing efficiently in the first place.
Blood thinners can cause uncomfortable and even debilitating side effects. Because the blood is thin, if you cut yourself, you will bleed more. You will also bruise more easily[i].
Anti-coagulants such as Warfarin are another type of blood thinner that keep the blood from clotting. It can also help break up pre-existing blood clots. Once again, however, these don’t provide a cure. They’re just a coping mechanism.
Additionally, while you’re taking anti-coagulants you must avoid spiking your Vitamin K levels[ii]. Vitamin K decreases the effect of the drug and can speed up the time it takes for your blood to form a clot. You get this nutrient from eating lots of leafy green vegetables. You can maintain a certain level, but you must not raise it or the increased Vitamin K will work against the anti-drug.
2. Vein Creams And Ointments
You may have been told that topical creams and ointments can soothe or cure your varicose veins and spider veins. This is not the case.
Varicose veins are veins that become dilated and filled with blood.[iii] They are painful and can cause swelling in the affected limb, and they can increase your risk for blood clots and heart problems.
Spider veins are tiny veins that appear in an irregular webbed or branched pattern on the surface of the skin.[iv] They’re usually blue, red, or purple in color. They occur when the valves in a vein are damaged, causing the blood to pool and the vein to bulge. The bulge leads to spider veins.
This type of vein is not painful or life-threatening, but it, too, is the result of improper blood flow. Creams and ointments will not make them or the varicose variety go away either. They don’t improve blood circulation or anything to do with the blood. All they accomplish is moisturization of the skin.
3. Laser Surgery
Laser surgery is a common modality used to close varicose veins and redirect the blood through other veins nearby. But there are a lot of potential risks that accompany this procedure. It can cause bruising, blood damage, and even blood clots.
The reason why laser surgery is not always an effective option for treating varicose veins is it does not cause the blood to circulate more efficiently. It doesn’t prevent the possibility for other varicose veins to develop, either. It only solves the one specific issue; even then, it could make the situation worse.
Furthermore, surgery is extremely expensive. Diabetics who must spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars on insulin every month may not be able to afford this type of treatment. To pay for the cost of a surgery that may do more harm than good and won’t prevent the problem from reoccurring is not a smart decision for your financial or your mental health.
Poor blood flow to the brain and your other vital organs may intensify feelings of depression and other mental health issues.[v] That’s because the brain, just like every other part of your body, needs blood and the nutrients it contains – particularly oxygen – to function properly.
While your doctor may recommend an antidepressant to address your depression or anxiety, it doesn’t dig down deep to the physiological origins of your disorder. It merely addresses the surface symptoms. Antidepressants can cause side effects such as fatigue, a decreased sex drive, and agitation. They are also notoriously difficult to wean off.
Comparison: D’OXYVA Targets Blood Circulation & Tissue Perfusion At The Source With Zero Adverse Side Effect Reports
All the treatments for blood circulation we’ve discussed so far either don’t always work, are expensive, or come with uncomfortable or debilitating side effects. Some of them are a combination of all three.
D’OXYVA addresses all of these insufficiencies. It’s an applicator that contains a vasodilator, which opens up the veins, improving micro and macro-circulation as well as the flow of blood and oxygen throughout the body.
The improved blood circulation works directly against the formation of clots. It also brings life-giving oxygen and other nutrients to wounds for faster healing, which is good news for diabetics whose healing time from wounds is usually slow and complicated.
The increase in blood flow reinvigorates all parts of the body, including the part of the brain that regulates emotion and the genitals, making D’OXYVA a potential supplementary treatment for depression as well as erectile dysfunction.
In rigorous human clinical testing of D’OXYVA, its solution was found to cause zero negative side effects. That’s an incredible result: you can finally get the relief you’ve been seeking without experiencing any pain, nausea, or other symptoms.
Finally, D’OXYVA is cost-effective and easy to use. You can apply it to yourself at home. There is no pricking of needles involved, as the vasodilator is applied directly to your skin without pressure, force or pain.
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[i] “Antiplatelets, Clopidogrel.” NHS Inform – Scottish Health Information You Can Trust | NHS Inform. Accessed December 6, 2021. https://www.nhsinform.scot/tests-and-treatments/medicines-and-medical-aids/types-of-medicine/antiplatelets-clopidogrel.
[ii] “Warfarin and Vitamin K.” University of Michigan | Michigan Medicine. Accessed December 6, 2021. https://www.uofmhealth.org/health-library/abo1632#:~:text=Vitamin%20K%20can%20change%20how,prevent%20a%20dangerous%20blood%20clot.
[iii] Gabbey, Amber E. “Varicose (Spider) Veins: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments.” Healthline. Accessed December 6, 2021. https://www.healthline.com/health/varicose-veins#TOC_TITLE_HDR_1.
[iv] Berry, Jennifer. “Spider Veins: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention.” Medical and Health Information. Accessed December 6, 2021. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324276.
[v] ANI. “Depressed People May Have Poor Blood Flow.” Business News, Finance News, India News, BSE/NSE News, Stock Markets News, Sensex NIFTY, Latest Breaking News Headlines. Accessed December 6, 2021. https://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ani/depressed-people-may-have-poor-blood-flow-118112000495_1.html#:~:text=According%20to%20a%20recent%20study,commonly%20causes%20poor%20blood%20flow.