I clicked on the "details" at the bottom of the page, just above the "members." I saw this thread and clicked on it. A few things caught my eye.
Several of the members said some things about
circulation that i would like to comment on. I will address them in the future with one of my longer articles. I am now trying to keep the length of my posts down. My initial zeal for writing long posts has worn off! However, sometimes my goal is to reveal my thought process as well, i.e. my chain of reasoning. I had devised my own protocol that solved Heather's problem with a cold right arm that was also hypersensitive and weak.The solution involved consideration of several issues, and therefore will require a well thought out and communicated post.
I found Ineverlikedrollercoasters post to be interesting. I think that he is onto something. I have already written a post about
Nitric Oxide. Dr. J. has recently flound a way to increase its production in her body. Heather reports that it is helping her swimming endurance.
I would also like to make a few corrections. It is "nitric oxide," not "nitrous oxide." Nitrous oxide is also known as "laughing gas" which is used as an anesthetic. The various products on the market enable the body into making its own nitric oxide, which exists in the form of a gas. Various types of specialized cells in the body manufacture this gas when they are enabled and communicated to do so. Nitric oxide in turn communicates to the arterial walls to dilate when called upon to do so, and also has immune system function. Nitric oxide availability is only one of several issues potentially impacting blood circulation.
Post Edited (Heathersdad) : 12/15/2012 5:40:25 PM (GMT-7)