Hall 4 - RDS, Dublin|8th, 9th and 10th November

Importance Of Microcirculation

Importance Of Microcirculation

 

Impaired Small blood vessels = Big health problems

Microcirculation fulfils a very crucial function in human circulation. Its takes place in the fine and highly network of small and minute blood vessels, the so called microvessels. Microcirculation comprises 74% of the entire circulation, performing vital transport and supply tasks. It supplies the 80 to 100 trillion cells in our body with oxygen and nutrients and is an important transport route for disposing of metabolic waste products. A restricted microcirculation can cause or facilitate many kinds of disorder and illnesses. It’s astonishing, then that so far no effective treatment has been available to improve restricted microcirculation. A functioning microcirculation is a fundamental prerequisite for all processes that take place in the human organism, repair, growth and health processes. Microcirculation is essential for producing energy for physical and mental strength. Cells will only function properly if they are supplied with what they need.

The most important part of supplying the cells and removing waste products takes place via the microvessels, consequently, microcirculation disorders affect the process of regeneration. This means that supply to the affected tissue cells is delayed or cannot meet requirements. In the long term, this means a downturn in overall performance capability. The body needs more time to recover after exertions, we recover more slowly, feel exhausted more quickly and are more susceptible to illnesses.

Poor Microcirculation = Delayed Regeneration = Weakened Immune System

Anthony (Tony) Hughes

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