Only when blood vessels maintain good function can health be guaranteed, because the human body is distributed with complex blood vessels, which are channels for nutrient delivery. If a certain part of the blood vessel undergoes a lesion and nutrients cannot be provided in a timely manner, it often has multiple impacts,. Some people at the age of 40 have blood vessels at the age of 60. In order to avoid this situation, we need to understand that blood vessels have five fears, and if we knew it earlier, we would have helped it "fight against aging"
1. The blood vessels are afraid of cold, which is easy to cause vasospasm
The cold weather is a high incidence season for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and the temperature throughout the country is still relatively low in winter. Patients with chronic diseases should take protective measures and keep warm, and regularly measure blood pressure, arteriosclerosis index, and underlying diseases.
2. The fear of "blockage" in blood vessels can increase the risk of blockage
Some people often encounter situations where their legs and feet ache after walking for a long time, but they are not vigilant and only discover that they have coronary heart disease after experiencing a sudden myocardial infarction.
Some people play mahjong and sit for a whole day without paying attention to swelling in their lower limbs, ultimately leading to pulmonary embolism. This is because long lying and sitting will lead to slow blood flow, which will lead to venous thrombosis and venous blockage
3. Blood vessels are afraid of "sugar" being too sweet, causing narrowing of blood vessel pathways
Maintaining blood vessel health, controlling and lowering blood sugar are also important. For patients with diabetes or cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, special attention should be paid to prevent myocardial infarction, which is also one of the common complications of diabetes.
4. Blood vessels are afraid of "high pressure" and become thickened, hardened, and prone to rupture
High blood pressure can damage blood vessels and easily cause them to thicken and harden. High blood pressure can also cause damage to the heart and brain, forming a vicious cycle. When the blood pressure rises, the blood pressure in the arterial lumen will also increase, which will easily lead to small breaks in the tunica intima. Cholesterol takes the opportunity to enter the vascular wall, and gradually accumulates to form atherosclerotic plaques. The larger the plaque, the more likely it is to cause myocardial ischemia, known as coronary heart disease.
5. Blood vessels are afraid of calcification, and chronic kidney disease requires more attention
Patients with chronic kidney disease are often required to undergo cardiovascular examinations. In fact, "vascular calcification" is one of the important complications of chronic kidney disease. So it is necessary to check and adjust early so as not to develop seriously.
If you want to maintain a healthy state of blood vessels, there are many key points to pay attention to. If you can master all of the above points, the body will maintain health, and it is not easy to pose a threat to human health due to blood vessel blockage. Therefore, the usual methods of maintaining blood vessels need to be reasonable.