Are you or someone you love suffering from circulation problems and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including poor circulation with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our circulation sound therapy CD doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our circulation sound therapy CD’s help by:
- Decrease and minimize occurrence of numbness, muscle pain as well as shortness of breath
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Circulation
If you have a circulation issue you probably have experienced some of the following:
- Pain in your legs
- Varicose Veins
- Muscle Cramps/Pain
- Infections that don’t heal
- Shortness of Breath
- Low Energy
- Sluggish Memory
- Lack of Stamina
If you have poor circulation you have probably been told to quit smoking, diet, change your lifestyle and take medication.
Another very, very helpful tool is Sound Therapy. It immediately starts to help your body increase blood flow and you are going to be amazed at how much better you will feel with great circulation.
Email us for a copy of the Perfusion Study that was done using Sound Therapy. The thermographic before and after images are incredible.
Remember, with all of our products, if our CD has not helped you in 90 days, just send it back and we will make a full refund of the purchase price.
Short Description of Circulation
Circulation problems are not merely a condition in itself but rather a result of other health problems. It is vital that the underlying issues are treated rather than just the symptoms themselves. There are several conditions that lead to poor circulation with the most common being obesity, diabetes, heart problems and arterial conditions.
Symptoms of Circulation
- Swollen veins and arteries (varicose or “spider” veins)
- Heaviness in legs and feet
- Skin discoloration
- Swollen legs and feet
- Split, weeping skin
- Pelvic pain or discomfort
- Restless legs and feet
- Numbness and tingling
- Aches or leg pain
- Lack of hair growth on legs and feet
- Toenails grow very slowly or stop growing
The circulatory system of the body is the one responsible for sending blood, oxygen and nutrients all throughout the body. When the blood flow to a certain part is reduced or hampered, the patient may begin experiencing symptoms of poor circulation. Circulation problems are most commonly experienced at the extremities such as the legs and arms.
Etiology of Poor Circulation
Peripheral Artery Disease
This disease can lead to poor circulation in the legs. PAD as it is commonly called is a circulatory problem that leads to the narrowing of the blood vessels including the arteries. Compared to an associated condition called atherosclerosis wherein the blood vessels stiffen due to the buildup of arterial plaque, both are known to decrease the blood flow in the extremities and may result to the patient feeling pain. Over time, the reduced blood flow may cause: numbness, tingling, nerve damage and tissue damage as well. If allowed to progress, the reduced blood flow and plaque in the carotid arteries can result to stroke as the carotid arteries are the major blood vessels that deliver blood to your brain. If plaque buildup in the heart continues unabated the result is a heart attack. Peripheral artery disease is most commonly seen in adults over age 50 but may also occur in younger people. Smokers are also more prone to developing PAD early in life.
Clotting can impede the flow of circulation either partially or completely. They have the capacity to develop anywhere in the body but if one develops in the legs and arms it can lead to poor circulation. Clotting can develop for a variety of reasons and they are considered to be a medical emergency. If for example a clot develops in your leg breaks off, it can pass through other parts of the body, including the lungs and heart and can lead to a stroke. When this occurs, the results are serious and can even lead to the death of the patient. If discovered before it causes a larger complication, clots often can be treated successfully.
Varicose veins are basically enlarged veins that are due to failure of the valve. The veins often appear gnarled and engorged and most often appear on the back of the legs. The damaged veins are unable to move circulation as efficiently as other veins and therefore poor circulation happens as a result. While rare, there are times when varicose veins can lead to clots. Genes play a major role whether or not you will develop varicosities. If one relative has one the chances of another developing the condition increases significantly. Women more than men are more prone to develop the disease as well as those that are obese or overweight.
People might think that diabetes only results in an elevated sugar level but it can help cause many health problems and complications including poor blood circulation in certain parts of the body. Symptoms include cramping on the legs, pain on the calves, thighs and buttocks. The cramping may be so severe especially when the patient is physically active. Patients with advanced diabetes may have difficulty detecting signs of poor circulation. This is because of the complication known as diabetic neuropathy where the patient has reduced sensation felt on the extremities. Sound therapy is used to help control complications of the disease.
Those additional pounds carried by obese people put tremendous strain on many organ systems including circulation. Patients that are overweight or obese and is sitting or standing for hours on end can lead to poor health and circulation issues
Patients that suffer from chronic cold hands and feet may have a condition known as Raynaud’s disease. This is a condition that affects the small arteries in the hands and toes to narrow. The narrowed arteries are therefore less capable of moving blood through the body and hence lead to symptoms of poor circulation. Symptoms of the condition most commonly occur when the patient is in cold regions or if they feel unusually stressed.
Outlook and the use of Sound Therapy
Symptoms of poor circulation should always be discussed with your healthcare professional so that proper therapy may be instituted at once. If you are having uncomfortable symptoms, this can indicate an underlying problem that requires treatment. When found early, diseases that lead to poor circulation are treatable but if left to fester, poor circulation may indicate that a disease has already reached a progressive state. Alternative therapy such as sound therapy can help alleviate your condition. Sound therapy can treat many of the symptoms of the disease and can also treat the underlying conditions. Sound therapy is not new but has been used as a form of alternative therapy for a very long time. Sound therapy has a proven track record for treating many diseases including circulation problems. . How does sound therapy work? It’s pretty simple. Through the use of certain sound frequencies, the body is returned back to its natural healthy state. One of the most common symptoms of poor circulation is pain. Sound alleviates pain by helping the brain release natural painkillers known as endorphins. Sound therapy combined with a healthy lifestyle can help you manage circulation problems effectively.