Did you know that one person dies of a complication of a blood clot every 6 minutes? Approximately 100,000 to 300,000 deaths occur each year in the US due to blood clots. This is more than the total number of people who die from AIDS, breast cancer, and motor vehicle crashes each year combined.
A blood clot is a clump that occurs when blood turns from a liquid to a solid. Blood clots can form in your arteries or veins. It can also develop in your heart. A blood clot can entirely block your blood flow. There is also a form of blood clot that can break free and travel from one location to another in your body, this is particularly dangerous as it may travel to the brain and cause complications such as paralysis, stroke and sometimes even death.
Your blood is typically in a liquid state, but a blood clot is a gel-like clump of blood that forms. A clot naturally forms in certain situations, like when you have an injury or a cut, to help plug the injured blood vessel and stop the bleeding. However, after doing its job, blood clots would turn to regular blood again. If they still remain as blood clots, this can be a problem. When there is blood stagnation in the body, blood clots will form as a result. Symptoms of blood clots in the legs or arms include a cold arm or leg, decreased or no pulse in an arm or leg, lack of movement in the arm or leg, numbness and tingle in the arm or leg, pain in the affected area, pale color of the arm or leg and weakness of an arm or leg, swelling in one arm or leg, pain or tenderness in one leg, such as a cramp or charley horse, arm or leg that is warm to the touch, skin discoloration, usually reddish or bluish and varicose veins. According to TCM Physician Lim Sock Ling, “if blood circulation is not smooth, one will experience pain. The characteristics of pain due to blood clots are blockages at a fixed area that worsens when pressure is applied or at night. One’s complexion tends to be dull, dry, and black. The lips and nails may appear purplish black and lackluster. There may also be purplish-dark spots on the tongue.” For blood to reach all parts of your body—from the top of your head to the tip of your toes—you have a circulatory system that is made up of blood vessels called veins and arteries. Arteries carry oxygen-rich blood from the heart to other parts of the body. Veins carry oxygen-poor blood back to the heart to get reoxygenated. Our vital organs, such as brain, lungs, and heart, need oxygen to function. When there is a blood clots, oxygen is blocked. Without oxygen, the brain cells start dying after four minutes, causing permanent damage to the organs and their functionality as time progresses. Everyone is at risk of developing blood clots. They can happen to all races and genders of any age. Certain factors increase your risk such as sitting down for too long, injury or trauma, long tern diseases such as diabetes, cancer treatments, family history, hormone therapy containing estrogen, overweight or obesity, smoking or vaping. Having problems with blood circulation and blood clots? HijamaEnergetics can help. We only use natural healing practices such as Hijama, herbs, microcurrent therapy and bioenergetic remedies to heal your health, and body your body back to its normal functioning.
HijamaEnergetics for Overcoming Blood Clots
When the blood flow in your arteries and veins slows down or stops, a blood clot can develop more easily. Long periods of sitting (such as on long flights or car rides), pregnancy, and a history of blood clots can slow down your blood flow and increase your risk of a blood clot. Not to worry. HijamaEnergetics can help. We only use natural healing practices such as Hijama, herbs, microcurrent therapy and bioenergetic remedies to heal your health, and body your body back to its normal functioning and overcome the formation of blood clots.
For this condition, we would recommend a 4-month HijamaEnergetics Multi-Sessions treatment program. There would be a once a month personal visit to our home office, followed by a Zoom session in 2 weeks to follow-up your progress. This would continue for the duration of treatment.
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