What are the impacts of a typical modern lifestyle on blood circulation?
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1) Diet - Americans consume a lot of fat and a lot of salt. Extra fat tissue adds miles of capillaries for blood to feed, and affects circulation to the rest of the body. Salt tends to raise blood pressure, also affecting circulation.
2) Lack of exercise - America has an obesity issue, and we spend a lot of hours on the couch, in front of the television, doing anything but exercising. This makes our heart weaker over time, and combined with our diet adds to the circulation problems.
3) Work schedule - Americans work more hours and take less vacations than almost any country on Earth. The stress we put ourselves through to earn the money it takes to support a modern lifestyle affects blood pressure and heart rate, and makes us more prone to heart attacks.
The affects of modern lifestyle of the blood circulation can be attributed to several facts.
People pay very less attention to what they eat. There is a lot of reliance on fast food instead of the whole meals that we had earlier. The food today is loaded with unhealthy fats and excessive carbohydrates which are converted to fat in due course. This increases the cholesterol levels in the blood and changes the ratio of its constituents.
People also lead very sedentary lifestyles and the excessive use of machines has led to a decrease in exercise of any form. With a lack of exercise again the circulatory system is adversely affected.
Stress is also a leading cause of ailments as when we are stressed our body alters our blood supply, and diverts it to areas that are considered essential for survival in case of emergencies. When this is prolonged it leads to damage.
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