9 July 2016 in Blog - Medical
The heart and blood vessels forms the largest circulatory system in human body and therein blood flows continuously in a certain direction. This is how the name blood circulation comes. Generally speaking, blood circulation is responsible for the transport of metabolic materials and products to meet the demand of organic metabolism. The hormones secreted by glands are carried by the blood to the corresponding cells to complete the regulation of body fluids. Furthermore, the physiochemical balance of the body’s internal environment and the protective function of the blood are indispensable to the continuous circulation of blood. Moreover, blood circulation is closely linked with the respiratory system, the digestive system, the urinary sytem and the endocrine system.
According to studies, all the blood vessesl in human body, if connected together, can rotate the Earth for two and a half laps or so. It is imaginable that any accident which occurs to this long energy passage causes significant impacts on human body, physical discomforts and even loss of life.
American research institutes have proved that 89% of diseases are relevant to bad circulation. Human body maintains life by ingesting organic nutrients, some of which may settle onto vascular walls during circulation and form blood dregs and clots. Both the wear of vascular endothelia and the aging of blood vessels lead to unhealthy vascular state, illness and even death. Therefore, the health of human body, to some extent, is primarily dependent on that of the blood vessels.
If the circulatory system is compared to “foundation of life”, the blood vessels may be considered as “path to life”. Goods conditions of blood vessels provides guarantee for health. Hence the health of blood vessels is essential to a healthy and beautiful life. Maintaining vascular vitality and health has become a new standard for human beings in the new era.