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Circulation: is a general term used to refer to movement of the body’s fluids: blood, lymph and cerebral spinal.

Overview

Restricted circulation is a factor in inflammatory responses and conditions; it also a contributing factor in waste accumulation and the inability to restore damaged, compromised tissue be it from injury, surgery or old age.

The term, circulation includes in its meaning, the idea of “microcirculation”; meaning, the movement of fluids in the blood and lymphatic capillaries, the smallest of the vessels.

Vasomotion refers to the rhythmic movement of body fluids extending from the aorta (the largest artery) to arterial capillaries (the smallest vessels)  and veins on the return (venus) side of the fluid circuit.

Please study the information about Dynamic Circulation Therapy by clicking link.

See Special Insight, Cell Phones & Tissue Memory for an in depth discussion of energy flow and circulation from the perspective of “tissue memory.”

Solutions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Also, see terms: Blood, Lymph in the Glossary by clicking on the link below.

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