Capillaries are microscopic blood vessels that deliver nutrition to muscle fibers, to every cell in the body. They are very small and invisible to the naked eye. But in all organs and tissues of the body, these microvessels form blood networks, like a cobweb, and they are clearly visible in a capillaroscope. The entire complex circulatory system, which includes the heart, blood vessels, mechanisms of endocrine and nervous regulation, is designed to deliver blood to the capillaries, which is necessary for the vital activity of cells.
Capillary vessels are in a state of constant change, both regeneration and a decrease in their number where the body needs it. All pathological processes in tissues depend on the narrowing and expansion of capillaries: trophic disorders, allergies, inflammation, toxic processes, etc. When capillaries expand, blood pressure decreases, and vice versa, capillary narrowing increases blood pressure.
The main cause of capillary death is the destruction of capillary endothelial cell membranes, caused by poisoning with decay products of protein molecules (histamine) and a lack of vitamin C in the body. Pathological changes in capillaries lead to the development of diseases that are life-threatening. These are phlebitis, arteritis, lymphagitis, myocardial infarction, pericarditis, endocarditis, encephalitis, cerebral edema, all pulmonary diseases, cataracts and glaucoma, peptic ulcers, etc.
Thrombosis of capillaries reduces the volume of the microvascular network, reserve capillaries become passive and may not revive if they are not activated by stimulating load. With hypodynamia, the main enemy of modern man, up to 2/3 of the capillary network is generally inactive, they are in a narrowed state, blood does not pass through them, which leads to necrotic changes.
In addition, organic deposition of salts on the walls of the capillaries leads to the death of capillaries. Known and successfully used folk methods of cleaning vessels with tincture of Japanese Sophora and mistletoe, garlic preparations, honey-garlic and cranberry-honey compositions, which are recommended to be taken twice a year - in spring and autumn.
To restore capillary circulation, it is recommended to use massage of problem areas with Kuznetsov's applicator, rubbing fingers according to the method of Professor Umanskaya, contrast douches, turpentine baths according to Zalmanov, a bath, always with a broom. Kiwi and grapefruit juice has a cleansing effect on the capillaries, and in its natural form.
Narrowing of capillaries, their drying out and death are the first bells of upcoming vascular problems, and not to miss them is the primary task, having solved which, everyone can significantly prolong life.