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Natural Blood Thinners That Can Save Your Life

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What exactly are blood thinners?

Blood thinners are natural compounds and chemical medications that work to prevent blood clots forming in veins and arteries which can stop blood flow to the heart, brain or the lungs. These clots can be highly dangerous, and in most cases may be fatal if they reach the heart, lungs or brain.

Blood thinning drugs are also known as anticoagulants, and keep blood cells from clumping together in the veins which may cause clotting to occur. Doctors may most likely suggest or recommend a blood thinner for patients who have heart disease, undergone heart surgery, possibly had a stroke, or suffered a deep vein thrombosis.

Anticoagulant drugs can include aspirin and warfarin, and for the best results must be taken exactly as prescribed and always under a doctor’s supervision.

 

Why thinner blood can be beneficial

Research has indicated that thinner blood may improve your overall circulation. The heart has to work harder to move thicker blood around the body, and if there is a blockage, it could cause blood pressure to rise, which can result in damage to other organs like the heart, eyes, brain, and intestines.

You do not need to have heart disease to enjoy the benefits of thinner blood, and nor do you have to take anticoagulants, which may have some serious side effects.

Extensive studies have revealed that that there are certain foods which act as natural blood thinners that may help to keep blood from clustering together and forming dangerous clots.

 

Prevent heart disease and blood clots naturally

Health experts agree that a heart healthy diet must include fresh fruit, vegetables, healthy oils, and healthy proteins. For the best results, this diet should limit intake of high-fat, high-cholesterol, and high-sugar foods.

Here is a list of foods that can help keep your blood flowing smoothly in your veins.

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