Circulation Problems – Cold Hands and Feet

Circulation Problems - Cold Hands and Feet

Circulation Problems – Cold Hands and Feet Many women experience freezing cold hands and icy cold feet due to poor blood circulation. Of course, many will tell you that their cold hands mean they have a warm heart! The Estrogen Connection Some studies suggest that estrogen levels are responsible for cold hands and feet in women. This may be one of the main reasons that women typically suffer from this problem more commonly than their male counterparts. Women in their early 30’s and 40’s can suffer the effects of “Estrogen…

Symptoms of Poor Blood Circulation

Symptoms of Poor Blood Circulation

Symptoms of Poor Blood Circulation Poor blood circulation is often referred to by many health experts as the silent killer. Unfortunately, many people have circulation problems, but they don’t realize the potential health problems associated with it. You shouldn’t really joke about the fact that you often have cold hands or feet! Here are a few signs that you could have poor circulation: Swollen Feet Swollen feet are often caused by poor kidney function. When there is poor blood circulation, fats tend to build up in the renal arteries resulting…

Factors that Contribute to Poor Blood Circulation

Factors that Contribute to Poor Blood Circulation

Factors that Contribute to Poor Blood Circulation Circulation problems can be experienced by men, women and children. The task of sending blood, nutrients and oxygen to all parts of the body is carried out by our circulation system, and a reduced blood flow to any area of the body means that the cardiovascular system isn’t working as it should be. The body’s circulatory system is not only responsible for transporting nutrients and oxygen to the cells. It also plays a role in transferring away the carbon dioxide and wastes that…

Take Care of Your Emotional Health

Take Care of Your Emotional Health

Take Care of Your Emotional Health Ask yourself, how are you feeling right now? If you can say you are doing great, that’s wonderful! Unfortunately, not everyone will be able to say that. Based on global statistics, one in four people, every hour, becomes besieged by a mental health issue – specifically with their emotions. The problem lies in not being able to deliver appropriate emotional responses to challenging life events. According to psychologist, Dr. Guy Winch, people can become good at taking care of their physical bodies yet can…

Boost Self Confidence for Emotional Strength

Boost Self Confidence for Emotional Strength Women have come a long way from the ‘burn the bra’ days. While some of these women were able to successfully break free from oppression, there are still those who lack faith in themselves. While the world is learning to respect women for what they have accomplished; it is sad to note that this is not yet enough to make women all over the world ooze with self-confidence. If you can muster enough courage to walk into a room even if you are aware…

Being Mindful Benefits Your Emotional Health

Being Mindful Benefits Your Emotional Health There is an approach that can be learned to enhance awareness of your inner self and the environment around you, within the present moment. This methodology is called ‘Mindfulness.’ Mindfulness is a practice derived from Buddhist meditation. Mindfulness is about attention. It’s about becoming aware of the here and now. Mindfulness awakens our focus to be more careful, to take it slow, and to cherish every passing moment of our lives, directed to what is truly important and essential in our role as child,…