Circulatory weakness symptoms
Symptoms of poor circulation
The Circulatory weakness is classically associated with various symptoms: Those affected are "black before eyes“They have a more or less pronounced feeling of dizziness, their ears buzz, they sweat, although their feet are often cold, in general they feel light-headed and occasionally come too a headache added.
These symptoms of circulatory weakness mainly occur when you move from a lying to an upright position, typically for example in the morning after getting up. When you stand up, a large part of the blood sinks into the capacity vessels, i.e. the Veins of the legs. This means that less blood is returned to the heart, which in turn means that less blood can continue to be pumped to the brain.
Since the blood is the oxygen carrier in our body, it will brain insufficiently supplied with oxygen for a brief moment. The corresponding symptoms of circulatory weakness are then derived from this. In order to normalize the blood flow again, the heart reflexively increases its beat frequency to compensate for the lack of volume. Because of this, many patients have one too Racing heart recorded as a complaint.
In severe cases, especially when the blood pressure drops very quickly, it can lead to fainting: The person concerned collapses and falls to the ground. As a result, however, the problem is, so to speak, superfluous, since the horizontal positioning of the body again ensures improved blood flow to the heart. As a result, the sufferer recovers quickly and the loss of consciousness is very short-lived.
Symptoms of circulatory weakness that are not only acute but general in one Circulatory weakness may exist, come about because the body does sympathetic nervous system activated, i.e. the component of the Nervous systemthat puts the body into an active state that allows it to perform at its best in the event of struggle or Escape („fight and flight“) Enabled. This leads to an increased Heart rate, so a high pulse, insomnia and sweat. Because the parts of the body that are far from the heart are not adequately supplied with blood, those affected very often have it cold hands and feet.