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The role of the vascular system in the human body is enormous. It supplies blood, and therefore oxygen and nutrition, to all tissues and organs. Damage to blood vessels, disruptions in blood flow cause disorders, sometimes fatal.
Who and why need to strengthen blood vessels

Weak vessels – what is it?
The role of the vascular system in the human body is enormous. It supplies blood, and therefore oxygen and nutrition, to all tissues and organs. Damage to blood vessels, disruptions in blood flow cause disorders, sometimes fatal.

Normally, the vessels must be strong, elastic, withstand blood pressure; blood must pass through them without delay.

Unfortunately, the vessels are largely subject to the action of damaging factors. And as a result, they become thin and fragile, lose their tone, deposits (cholesterol plaques) accumulate on their walls, preventing the free flow of blood. In these cases, the vessels are said to be weak.

Why are weak vessels dangerous?
When the blood flow slows down due to the weakness of the vessels, the body, its tissues, organs will receive less oxygen and nutrition. This will affect their work, and consequently, the well-being of a person.

Weak vessels of the brain

A stroke can occur due to a violation of the integrity of the vessels of the brain
Pathologies of these vessels are the most dangerous. They threaten:

aneurysm – an expansion of the vessel and the formation of a cavity filled with blood. An aneurysm can rupture at any time, causing bleeding in the brain (subarachnoid stroke);
hemorrhagic stroke due to violation of the integrity of the vessel.
Weak heart vessels

Insufficient vascular tone of the heart leads to various cardiac pathologies, it also affects the whole body. Arise:

heartache;
heart failure;
tachycardia;
arrhythmia.
Ultimately, weak blood vessels can cause myocardial infarction.

Weak leg vessels

Weak leg vessels
They appear:

pain and swelling in the legs;
convulsions;
the appearance of spider veins and dilated veins;
varicose disease;
thrombophlebitis of the lower extremities;
trophic ulcers.
How to strengthen weak vessels
The causes of vascular weakness are unhealthy, irrational nutrition, lack of movement, bad habits. Therefore, the first step in order to strengthen and heal the blood vessels will be a change in lifestyle. Should:

stop smoking, drinking alcohol;
switch to a healthy, balanced diet;
go in for sports or at least just walk more often;
take a contrast shower;
drink enough water.
When strengthening blood vessels, a drinking regimen will help
However, if the vessels are already in a neglected state, these measures will not be enough. Then drugs will come to the rescue.

Nutrition to strengthen blood vessels
What should be included in the diet?

Vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins and minerals

Vitamins that strengthen blood vessels include C and P (rutin). They are found in citrus fruits, sauerkraut, rosehip broth, kiwi, black currants, raspberries, grapes, apples, and garlic. It is good if one meal includes only vegetables, fruits or berries. They are best consumed fresh, but frozen foods can also be used.

Legumes and cereals

Legumes contribute to the removal of cholesterol and do not allow cholesterol plaques to be deposited on the walls of blood vessels. All legumes have these properties, but the first place belongs to soy. In addition, legumes contain a lot of protein, which can replace animal proteins.

Cereals remove toxins and toxins
Remove excess cholesterol bran and some cereals, especially oatmeal. Therefore, cereals must be included in the diet.

Vegetable oil

It is advisable to use olive oil instead of sunflower oil – it contains more vitamins, and there are also monounsaturated fatty acids that reduce the level of “bad” cholesterol and increase the content of “good”.

Fish and seafood

But meat, unlike fish, should be lean. It is better to prefer poultry, rabbit, lean beef. It is advisable to refuse pork and lamb. Well, lard and mutton fat should be strictly prohibited.

Milk products

Whole milk and fermented milk products and drinks should be preferred: kefir, fermented baked milk, cottage cheese.

The daily diet should include kefir and cottage cheese
What to give up:

sausages, sausages;
canned food;
marinades, pickles;
smoked meats;
sweet pastries, cakes, pastries.
Eat in moderation, do not overeat. It is advisable to eat at certain hours.

Movement to strengthen blood vessels
Physical activity is no less important for strengthening blood vessels than proper nutrition. You can choose any kind of sports, gymnastics, yoga, swimming pool. Everything you like and everything you can.

If there is not enough time for sports activities (strength, willpower, etc.), then you can simply walk more.

Do any sport you enjoy
Walking outside the city or in the park, where the air is not poisoned by exhaust gases, is very useful. So the body is better saturated with oxygen.

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