If this is recurring, then the more certain you have circulation problems, the more common is that they are due to a lack of physical activity, accumulation of fat and / or a poor diet.
In this case, we are talking about diabetes, and it is almost impossible for a person suffering from diabetes to have no circulation problems. But why are they particularly prone to developing circulatory problems?
Dr. Enrique López-Villa, a member of the Doctoralia platform, explained that because of high levels of blood glucose, changes in blood vessels may occur. Or, if there is not an exercise as it should, we can accumulate too much fat that would clog the arteries that carry blood.
Some tips we can share to treat this condition
Drink lots of water, this revitalizes and helps to improve circulation as it prevents blood from becoming viscous.
Losing weight helps control sugar levels.
Avoid refined sugars that prevent changes in blood vessels.
Eat a diet low in fat and carbohydrates and go to a nutritionist to help put together a food plan based on tastes and needs.
Foods like garlic, ginger and fish help because they help to dilate blood vessels, which prevents clots.