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Benefits of food supplements to promote circulation

The range of our circulation food supplements helps to limit circulatory discomfort.

30% of French women questioned, as part of a SOFRES study for the association La Maladie Veineuse, declared that they had bad legs due to circulatory problems. 76% of them even go so far as to say they suffer from it.

Among the most frequently cited problems: varicose veins, heavy legs effect, circulatory problems and pain.

Some recommendations associated with the benefits of plants will relieve your legs and get you off to a good start. Start by walking more often at a sustained pace, stay lying down to relax your legs at the end of the day by elevating your feet using a cushion for example, and adopt a balanced diet rich in vitamins (fruits and vegetables).

Food supplement circulation in pharmacies

Heavy legs, swollen ankles, cold extremities, problems with concentration are problems related to poor blood circulation. The circulation problems are manifold, in accordance with the extent of the circulatory system which spans the entire body. Network of arteries, veins and capillaries, set in motion by the heart, the circulatory system plays a major role in the delivery of blood to all the tissues of the body.

The food supplements selected by our expert pharmacists make it possible to respond respectively to a broad or targeted circulatory problem. Red vine , witch hazel , ginkgo , horse chestnut , butcher's broom and OPC are effective natural solutions for heavy legs and swollen ankles, while chrysantellum and ginkgo are ideal for stimulating circulation. extremities and that ginkgo and centella asiatica promote cerebral circulation and good brain oxygenation. Discover our new range of circulation food supplements to effectively treat your blood circulation in a natural way in the nutritherapy department of your online bio pharmacy.

What are the health issues related to blood circulation

  • The venous circulation to which the heavy legs syndrome corresponds:

The fragility of the veins and the comfort of the legs. Poor venous circulation causes a feeling of heavy legs and tingling in the lower limbs with swelling in the ankles.

Visually, the skin may take on a bluish tint or become mottled. The circulatory problem of light legs is due to the lack of tonicity of the venous walls and can sometimes cause dilation of the walls and even obstruction of the deep veins.

  • The peripheral blood circulation (or microcirculation) affected by the problems of “cold” hands and feet with tingling when the temperatures are low. The skin, pale and cold, can sometimes even take on a surprising yellowish or purplish tint. Poor peripheral circulation can also, in some cases, cause a feeling of insensitivity.
  • Cerebral blood circulation causing discomfort in the head and cognitive functions: dizziness, memory loss, difficulty concentrating, or even drowsiness.

What different natural veinotonics to choose?

  • Red vine (Vitis vinifera): Antioxidants increase the tone of blood vessels as well as strengthen the walls of the veins.
  • Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) reduces inflammation of varicose veins by decreasing histamine production and soothes hemorrhoids by strengthening the venous wall and limiting inflammation.
  • The witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) is indicated for the treatment of heavy legs and hemorrhoids. Its action on varicose veins and phlebitis is also recognized.

When to wear a compression garment?

Compression clothing is indicated in the treatment of any venous insufficiency. Compression clothing, especially socks , stockings and tights can reduce the dilation of the veins and increase the speed of blood flow. Coming from the medical field to promote venous return of patients suffering from venous insufficiency, venous compression clothing for athletes allows better recovery after sporting effort.
They must be adapted to each individual's situation and prescribed by a doctor. There are different classes of compression, each adapted to the severity of venous insufficiency.

If the symptoms do not improve, we recommend that you see a doctor. Indeed, drug treatment for heavy legs may sometimes be necessary to relieve heavy legs.

Precaution for use with a food supplement for circulatory comfort

Please note, food supplements aimed at circulatory comfort are not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as for children under 12 years old . They should not be taken with meals.

The cures must be spread over a period of at least three months with breaks arranged so as not to cause damage to internal balances. Their intake is not recommended in the event of taking anticoagulants or in the case of a surgical operation (interrupt the treatment the 3 days preceding the operation).

Finally, it is advisable to be vigilant in the event of simultaneous drug intake. If in doubt, refer to the advice of a therapist.

(Note: Since 2012, for lack of convincing evidence of effectiveness, European health authorities have banned food supplements containing flavonoids from claiming to contribute to the health of the heart and blood vessels . In addition, food supplements containing catechins, oligoproanthocyanidins (OPC), rutin or diosmin cannot claim to contribute to blood circulation, nor to prevent chronic venous insufficiency.

Additionally, according to the European Food Safety Agency, dietary supplements containing grape seed extracts ( Vitis vinifera ) may NOT be claimed to facilitate venous circulation in the legs, reduce swelling in the legs, or drain accumulations of blood. water in the body.

Finally, products containing diosmin, troxerutin and hesperidin can NOT claim to maintain venous tone or the permeability of venous capillaries.

Source: Eureka Santé Vidal )

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