What is microcirculation?
Microcirculation is the circulation of blood through the smallest blood vessels. (arterioles, venules, capillaries) In these, the blood flows right into the cell area and supplies the cells with oxygen and nutrients, but also defense cells reach their place of action via the microvessels. In turn, the blood takes waste and toxins from the cells and brings them to the detoxification organs so that they can be excreted.
In the blood vessel system, the microcirculation is the part with the largest total diameter and therefore the lowest flow velocity.
At the beginning of a circulatory disorder, it is mainly the microcirculation that is affected.
Therefore, a healthy blood circulation from the heart to the smallest blood vessels is important. Tibetan medicine recommends enough exercise in the fresh air and a balanced diet for a long and healthy life. This should be rich in vegetables and fruits, because they contain many important secondary plant substances (antioxidants), which protect the blood vessels.