Arteries Support Remedy
Arteries are thick vessels that carry blood away from the heart. Except for the pulmonary artery, arteries are the carriers of oxygenated blood. The arterial vessels branch out into smaller arteries called arterioles which eventually connect with capillaries and deliver the oxygenated blood throughout the entire body. The main arterial trunk is the aorta which originates from the heart. The aorta then branches off to other arteries such as the coronary arteries (which supply the cardiac muscle), carotid arteries (which supply the head), subclavian arteries (which supply the neck and arms) and abdominal aorta (which supplies the abdomen and the legs).
The arterial system is the higher-pressure portion of the circulatory system. Arterial pressure varies between the peak pressure during heart contraction, called the systolic pressure, and the minimum, or diastolic pressure between contractions, when the heart rests between cycles. This pressure variation within the artery produces the pulse which is in any artery and reflects heart activity.
Arterioles, the smallest of the true arteries, help regulate blood pressure by the variable contraction of the smooth muscle of their walls, and deliver blood to the capillaries. Arterioles have the greatest collective influence on both local blood flow and on overall blood pressure. They are the primary "adjustable nozzles" in the blood system and are the place where the greatest pressure drop occurs. The combination of heart output (cardiac output) and systemic vascular resistance, which refers to the collective resistance of all of the body's arterioles, are the primary determinants of arterial blood pressure at any given moment.
- If all the veins, arteries and capillaries were strung together, they could circle the globe two and half times.
- There are more than 60,000 miles of blood vessels in an adult body.
- The sound of a heartbeat is really the sound of the heart valves closing as blood is pushed through the heart chamber
- Atherosclerosis is when plaque builds up in the arteries. Plaque is made up of fat, cholesterol, calcium, and other substances found in the blood.
- Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), also called Coronary Artery Disease (restricted blood flow to the heart), Carotid Artery Disease (restricted blood flow to the brain), Peripheral Artery disease (restricted blood flow to the legs) and even Heart Attacks are all caused by Atherosclerosis, or plaque build-up in the arteries.
- Strokes occur when a blood clot or ruptured artery or blood vessel interrupts blood flow to an area of the brain.
Suggestions To Strengthen
- Reduce saturated fat (animal fat, fried foods, etc.)
- Regular exercise keeps artery muscles strong.
- Keep the liver/blood clean.
- Give material items away with no expectation in return.
- Don't be a pack rat, get rid of the clutter you don't use.
- Consider oral chelation, possibly IV chelation, but only in very chronic cases.
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