Wednesday, June 9, 2021

My MAGNIFICENT DAILY MORNING ROUTINE - Prof Dr S Natarajan

My MAGNIFICENT DAILY MORNING ROUTINE 
How to Improve Your Circulation 


  • Why You Need Good Blood Flow
It’s hard to believe, but your body holds about 60,000 miles of blood vessels. Along with your heart and other muscles, they make up your circulatory system. This network of roadways carries blood to every corner of your body. But when your circulation is poor, it slows or blocks the blood flow. That means the cells in your body can’t get all the oxygen and nutrients they need.

  • How to Improve Your Circulation
    


  • Why You Need Good Blood Flow
It’s hard to believe, but your body holds about 60,000 miles of blood vessels. Along with your heart and other muscles, they make up your circulatory system. This network of roadways carries blood to every corner of your body. But when your circulation is poor, it slows or blocks the blood flow. That means the cells in your body can’t get all the oxygen and nutrients they need.

  • Signs of Poor Circulation
When your limbs can’t get enough blood, your hands or feet may feel cold or numb. If you’re light-skinned, your legs might get a blue tinge. Poor circulation also can dry your skin, turn your nails brittle, and make your hair fall out, especially on your feet and legs. Some men may have trouble getting or keeping an erection. And if you have diabetes, your scrapes, sores, or wounds tend to heal slower.















  • Snuff Out Tobacco
Nicotine is the active ingredient in cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and smokeless tobacco. It harms the walls of your arteries and thickens your blood so much, it can’t get through. If you smoke, quit. It can be hard to stick with it, but your pharmacy or doctor’s office can help.

        

  • Control Your Blood Pressure
If it’s too high, it can cause arteriosclerosis, a condition that hardens your arteries and can help choke off blood flow. Aim for 120 over 80 or less, but ask your doctor about the best numbers for your age and health.Check your reading at least once a month. You can buy a home blood pressure monitor or use a kiosk at your pharmacy.

  • Gulp It Down
Blood is about half water. So you need to stay hydrated to keep it moving. Aim for 8 glasses of water a day. You’ll need to drink more if you exercise or if it’s hot outside.

  • Stand Up at Your Desk
Sitting for hours at a time isn’t great for your circulation or your back. It weakens leg muscles and slows the blood flow in your legs, which could cause a clot. If you’re a desk jockey at work, consider a standing desk instead. It may take a little while to get used to, but getting on your feet works the valves in your leg veins, sending blood up to your heart. 

  • Relax and Twist
Yoga is a low-impact exercise that can jump-start your blood flow. When you move, it brings oxygen to your cells. When you twist, it sends blood to your organs. And upside-down positions shift blood from the bottom half of your body up to your heart and brain.



Regards,

Prof Dr S Natarajan
Chairman & Managing Director - Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt Ltd

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Monday, September 8, 2014

Ocutron 2014- Annual National Conference of OTSI

Award of Honour presented to Prof. Dr. S. Natarajan at Ocutron 2014 Annual National Conference of Ocular Trauma Society of India on September 6th - 7th, 2014.