Impaired Tissue Perfusion
The microcirculation is generally taken to include the smallest arteries, the arterioles, capillaries, and venules. Exchange of gases, nutrients, and metabolites between the blood and tissues occurs almost exclusively in the microcirculation, and adequate perfusion via the microcirculatory network is essential for the integrity of tissue and organ function. Overwhelming published research indicates that inadequate perfusion may underlie much of the tissue and organ dysfunction associated with chronic conditions including hypertension, obesity, and diabetes mellitus.
In this interactive article, we provide you with a step-by-step guide on what to do if you want to significantly improve your tissue perfusion.
Learn about impaired tissue perfusion. Its' probable cause, and its sign and symptoms.
Learn the benefit of having improved microcirculation and its benefits.
Learn how D'OXYVA can help improve your microcirculation and learn how to use it.
Order your D'OXYVA set and request your customized regimen.