Xarelto Lawsuit Arlington Texas
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What Increases Your Risk for Blood Clots?
Sometimes blood clots are unavoidable, but there are things you can do to reduce your risk for clots. Even if clots do form, you can improve your overall health and prevent clots from causing serious health problems. If you are concerned about blood clots, consider the following things that increase your risk:
Smoking creates a bevy of health problems, which include an increased chance of blood clots. Furthermore, it raises your risks for health problems associated with clotting, such as heart attack and stroke. You are better off kicking the habit, no matter how tough it might be. You can work with your doctor to find a cessation program that works for you if you are finding it difficult to quit without additional support.
Diabetes is a health problem in and of itself, but it increases your risk for other problems, too. If you suffer from diabetes, it is important to speak with your doctor about other possible complications. Health experts have also noticed a connection between diabetes, poor health choices, and other problems. Someone who has developed diabetes as a result of poor health choices is also likely to have other issues.
Sometimes health issues work in a cycle. Heart disease hardens and narrows your arteries. If a blood clot forms, it is more likely to get lodged in a narrow artery and block blood flow. Problems with blood flow can also be the cause of clots. Generally, if you suffer from heart disease, you are dealing with poor blood flow overall. This can lead to a variety of problems, all related to circulation and clotting.
Much like diabetes, obesity is an indication a person has made poor health choices. It is possible for an overweight person to be healthy, but more often than not people who are overweight have made poor choices that have damaged their health. Obesity is often the outward presentation of poor inner health. When you eat high calorie, fatty foods that are bad for you, it leads to weight gain. It also damages your arteries, heart, and other organs, and increases the likelihood of clots forming.
Finally, lack of movement increases your risk for blood clots. By not moving you are allowing blood to pool in one spot. Keeping your circulation healthy and your blood pumping is an important part of good health. If you are concerned about blood clots, make sure you are moving as much as possible, even if it means just short, slow walks throughout the day.
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