We observed and recorded the microvascular pattern (referred to as: tube loop) under the microscope to study the correlation between vascular aging and poor blood circulation and clinical manifestations, and after a series of restoration of microcirculation, the results of changes in tube loops and clinical manifestations . Below, we briefly explain the difference between “normal tube loop” and “abnormal tube loop”, so that everyone can have a preliminary understanding. There are three conditions for the formation of normal tube loop: (1) Good cardiopulmonary function and sufficient circulatory power. (2) The smoothness of the vascular lumen is good, and the flow resistance is extremely low. (3) The blood purity should be high, the viscosity should be small, and the turbidity should be low. If one of the above three conditions is not met, abnormal tube loops are prone to occur. In principle, only 60-70% of most tube loops are in line with the normal type. Otherwise, less than this percentage is considered vascular aging and Poor blood circulation.
Tube loops in normal healthy adults
Showing a “hairpin shape”, the shape is long, straight and smooth, the thickness is uniform, the color is continuous and distinct, and the outline is clear.(380×)
This is the tube loop of an adult with paresthesia (numbness) in the extremities
The shape is distorted, the length is short, the thickness is uneven, the color is intermittent, and the outline is unclear.(380×)
The so-called “freezing three feet is not a day’s cold”, many diseases and aging problems are not caused by a short period of time, but are caused by poor diet (westernization), work and rest (staying up late), environment (pollution), stress (spirit), etc. The cumulative result is that the body is eventually overwhelmed. In addition, with the increase of time and age, the body declines, and the aging process is accelerated. Therefore, the idiom “seeing the microcirculation and knowing the book” fully explains that the microcirculation changes earlier than the whole body changes. If you want to change the problems caused by diseases and aging, the best way is to start with the microcirculation: recuperate microcirculation. Maybe we can’t change the factors of environment (pollution) and stress (spirit), but we can try our best to adjust our diet (not westernized), work and rest (not staying up late), etc. Reducing aggravating factors means reducing physical load, plus additional recovery micro cycle, it is enough to deal with other external adverse factors. Remember, never let your biological age exceed your chronological age.
Note: Pay attention to eating habits, shared by experienced physicians for readers’ reference：
- Eat less hot food: baked (bread, cake, biscuits), fried (preferably remove the skin), barbecue, spicy, etc.
- Eat less processed food: easy to ingest preservatives, colorings, food additives, carcinogens, etc.
- Eat less raw and cold food: lettuce, fruit, vegetable juice, vegetable juice, uncooked food or drinking water (mineral water).
- Drink a proper amount of water: water can carry a boat or capsize it. Too little water is not good, but too much water will increase the burden on the circulatory system, and the body will feel heavy and fatigued.