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Kursus Seo Lumajang

Kursus Seo Lumajang


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The circulatory system (or cardiovascular system) is a vast network of organs and vessels that is responsible for transporting blood, nutrients, oxygen and hormones to and from cells throughout the body. When blood flow to a specific area of the body is reduced, we may experience the symptoms of poor blood circulation. It is important to stress that poor circulation is not a condition in itself, but rather a consequence of other health issues such as obesity, diabetes, heart conditions and arterial issues. Blood circulation tends to deteriorate as we grow older, but circulation problems can affect anyone who is not as active as they should be, irrespective of their age. The most common symptoms of poor blood circulation are: tiredness, cuts, scratches and sores that take longer than usual to heal, cold, numb or tingling hands and feet, cramps, achy or 'heavy' legs and swollen ankles.
 In recent years, an increasing number of people have turned to acupressure in order to boost peripheral blood (and lymph) circulation in a completely natural manner. Acupressure (not to be confused with acupuncture) is a non-invasive healing technique based on the application of physical pressure on specific points along the body. Such pressure boosts blood and lymph circulation and also encourages the body to release endorphins and oxytocin, thereby relieving pain and muscle tension.

 Similarly, magnet therapy (also known as magnetic therapy) has been employed for millennia to harness the healing power of magnets. When these are held against the skin, in fact, their magnetic field penetrates through it into the surrounding tissues and the blood stream. The iron in the blood is attracted to the magnetic field, causing movement within the blood stream, boosting blood flow. The increase in blood flow is localized to the area where the magnets are placed unless they are placed directly over a major artery.

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