Why Having Thick Blood Can Be Problematic to Your Health?

When you have thick blood, your blood would be prone to excessive clotting. In normal circumstances, blood clots occur when you are bleeding in order to prevent too much blood loss. However, if you have thick blood, clotting occurs even when you are not bleeding and the clotting is excessive.

Blood clots are gel-like clumps of blood. They are beneficial when they form in response to an injury or a cut, plugging the injured blood vessel, which stops bleeding. Then the blood clot dissolves naturally. However, if your blood is thick consistently, it can hinder the movement of oxygen, hormones, and nutrients throughout the body, preventing them from reaching tissues and cells. This can cause low oxygen levels in the cells and lead to hormonal and nutritional deficiencies.

When you have thick blood, you have an increased risk for developing blood clots. Blood clots can lead to serious health conditions, including heart attack, stroke, deep vein thrombosis (when a clot develops in one of the body’s deep veins, usually in the legs) and pulmonary embolism (when a blood clot travels to the lungs). The usual treatment for thick blood by the medical industry is to prescribe blood thinnners. They do not actually “thin” the blood — they act to prevent blood clots from forming in people who are at high risk for diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Unfortunately, blood thinners come with a serious side effect – dangerous heavy bleeding. Because blood thinner drugs work by interfering with your blood’s ability to coagulate (clump together), they can either prevent a clot from forming or keep an already-existing one from getting larger. The drawback: If you get even a minor injury — say, for example, you cut your finger slicing vegetables — you may have trouble stopping the blood flow. Other side effects of blood thinners include passing blood in your urine, passing blood when you defecate, severe brushing, vomiting blood, sudden severe back pain and difficulty breathing or chest pain. There is a better way to deal with thick blood. HijamaEnergetics for Thick Blood is a 6-month natural treatment plan which includes hijama, herbs, microcurrent and bioenergetics remedies. These natural treatment work together synergistically to bring about an effective and long-lasting resolution to the malady of thick blood.

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

When a blood clot affects a deep vein, you may be diagnosed with DVT. These clots tend to affect the large veins of the lower legs, but they can form in the thighs, arms, abdomen, or pelvis. In the area of a clot, a person tends to have pain and circulation problems.

Specific symptoms of a DVT include:

  • swelling, redness, and warmth in the area
  • a sudden or gradual onset of pain
  • leg pain when bending or stretching
  • leg cramps in the calf
  • bluish or pale skin discoloration elsewhere in the body

Pulmonary Embolism (PE)

A PE can occur when part of a clot detaches and travels to the heart or lungs. If this happens, the fragment can cause a new clot, block blood flow, and interfere with gas exchange in the lungs. A PE is a life threatening emergency.

Symptoms of a PE include:

  • shortness of breath and rapid breathing
  • a rapid heartbeat
  • pain with deep breaths
  • blood when coughing
  • chest pain

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Shahclan HijamaEnergetics

Boston, MA -USA
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