1. Drink enough water when the body is dehydrated, blood viscosity will increase, blood flow resistance will increase, flow rate will slow down, and the risk of thrombosis will increase, which will indirectly induce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. 6-9 am is the peak of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Therefore, patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and high-risk groups should be hydrated in time after getting up in the morning. It is recommended to drink about 100ml of warm plain water; and 1 hour before going to bed at night For the elderly, it is best to keep a glass of water by the bed, and drink a sip when you get thirsty at night or in the middle of the night; if you sweat during the day due to high temperature, exercise, etc., you should also hydrate in time.
2. Eating well, high-oil, high-salt, high-sugar and other heavy-tasting diets will make blood thicker and increase the burden of blood flow. It is recommended to pay attention to a balanced diet, eat more fruits and vegetables, and eat less greasy, stimulating, and spicy foods. Everyone can usually eat some natural “removing plug food”, such as black fungus, ginger, garlic, onion, green tea and so on. You can also eat more vitamin-rich foods such as winter melon, cabbage, kelp, tomato, etc., which can help clean up the garbage in the blood vessels, reduce the blood viscosity, avoid narrowing the vascular cavity, and prevent thrombosis.
3. Sudden increase or decrease of blood pressure and blood pressure will directly lead to thrombosis and shedding. Patients with high blood pressure should stabilize their blood pressure, and do not stop the drug suddenly or increase or decrease the dose without authorization.
4. Staying up late will easily disrupt the biological clock, causing the body to secrete too much adrenaline and norepinephrine, which will slow down blood flow and increase viscosity. It is recommended to work regularly and go to bed before 11 o’clock every night.
5. Less alcohol and tobacco are the nemesis of blood vessels. Studies have found that smoking and drinking can increase the viscosity of blood by more than 8 times than normal. Therefore, staying away from tobacco and alcohol is the key to ensuring vascular health.
6. A good mood can release pressure, protect vascular endothelium, and make blood circulation smoother. When you are relaxed, your blood pressure will be relatively stable.
7. More walking exercise can enhance heart function and achieve the purpose of promoting blood circulation throughout the body. Walking more is a good choice. Walking can maintain aerobic metabolism, enhance heart and lung function, prevent the accumulation of blood lipids in the blood vessel wall, and avoid thrombosis. It is recommended to walk briskly for 30 minutes a day, taking the body warm or sweating slightly.