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Posted By : Rowen.Par - 3/8/2017 5:33 PM
Glycemic control, exercise, and diet improve circulation, and of course, prevent severe complication but has anyone tried deoxyhemoglobin dilator. I just read about it and it claims positive circulation effects by introducing CO2 . I am just a little bit skeptic, so hopefully some people will shed me some light. Thank you. rolleyes confused

Posted By : Lanie G - 3/8/2017 6:21 PM
Never heard of it. Sorry.

Do you have diabetes?
Lanie

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diabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
metformin
very low carb way of eating

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Posted By : msOuchie - 3/10/2017 3:38 AM
Hi! Sorry, but like Lanie, I haven't heard of that gadget either. I don't blame you for being skepical. Let us know if you try it please.

I was looking at the Revitive unit but I'm skepical about that item also. It does get an 8.4/10 however from 273(?) reviews. Has anyone here tried it? It's supposed to be good to help circulation too especially for Diabetes and Osteoarthritis.
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Posted By : theHTreturns... - 3/10/2017 4:08 AM
sounds like snake oil, revitive, we got here as well; foot paddles whilst seated folks, same diff. and better. plus free.
do not feed the humans!!!
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Posted By : msOuchie - 3/12/2017 5:25 AM
Ya, I figured that too BFE. Here they have an old famous hockey player in the commercial with his testimonial.
Trying to pull on the hockey heart strings from his old fans maybe. smile Thank you!
Type 1 Diabetes - Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis(RA) - Asthma - Hypounawareness - secondary Raynauds - Osteoarthritis - Dry Eye - other stuff

Coversyl - Pantoloc(as irritation preventative) - Levemir - Indocid - long acting Morphine - short acting Morphine - Salbutamol - Prednisone - Humalog - MTX(injectable) - Folic Acid - Extra Strength Tylenol - Tears Naturelle II - Aspirin(81 mgs.) - Cod Liver O

Posted By : theHTreturns... - 3/12/2017 11:16 PM
we got a former cricket captain and swimming champion both doing the revitive. yep. doin' the same ol treatment down under, pathetic really.
do not feed the humans!!!
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Posted By : Rowen.Par - 3/13/2017 3:09 PM
LanieG said...
Never heard of it. Sorry.

Do you have diabetes?

Hi Lanie, I understand, this looks like the latest technology for microcirculation treatment.
Yes just recently, that is why I am reading a lot about a lot of DM complications. I could not believe I have this condition still but I need to go through it...

Posted By : Rowen.Par - 3/13/2017 3:19 PM
msOuchie said...
Hi! Sorry, but like Lanie, I haven't heard of that gadget either. I don't blame you for being skepical. Let us know if you try it please.

I was looking at the Revitive unit but I'm skepical about that item also. It does get an 8.4/10 however from 273(?) reviews. Has anyone here tried it? It's supposed to be good to help circulation too especially for Diabetes and Osteoarthritis.


Oh that's interesting, I've looked at it too but how does it work really? It looks like my nephew's exercise machine. Anyway, that device is called doxyva and in their website it shows how it works and science behind it and I wonder if hopefully somebody here can give me an honest opinion before I purchase this one.

Posted By : Lanie G - 3/13/2017 6:11 PM
To be honest with you, Evah.Linear, I wouldn't spend money on something like that. The best way to improve circulation is to move. And I mean to walk, to bike, swim, jog, dance, exercise - anything that makes you move your limbs to get you breathing harder. Your heart will benefit, as will your lungs, circulation, blood sugar, blood pressure, as well as your mood.

Don't waste your money.
Lanie

diabetes moderator
diabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
metformin
very low carb way of eating

Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:
www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/

Posted By : theHTreturns... - 3/14/2017 12:16 AM
spot on lanie.
do not feed the humans!!!
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Posted By : fa$hawnista - 7/3/2017 1:05 PM
Hi Lanie G, I agree with you that walking, biking, swimming, yoga etc improve circulation. However, I think Evah is referring to the microcirculation, it usually talks about capillary blood flow or circulation in the smallest blood vessels like capillaries, arterioles etc. so it differs from (macro)circulation where walking etc applies. Microcirculation deals with the exchange of nutrients, oxygen. I've read that microcirculation therapy is now the trend in dealing with a number of health issues. smile

Posted By : Lanie G - 7/3/2017 1:30 PM
Welcome to HealingWell, fa$hawnista. Do you have diabetes?
Lanie

diabetes moderator
diabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
metformin
very low carb way of eating

Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:
www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/

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