clogged arteries

 1) Change the color of the skin and its redness

One of the symptoms of blood clots in the legs is redness or discoloration of the skin in that area.

2) Swollen with pain

If blood clots form in an area of ​​the body, swelling forms, which is also painful.

3) Feeling warm in swollen areas

The area where the clot forms are usually warmer than other parts of the body.

4) Pain

Feeling severe pain or sudden cramping in the legs or thighs or areas of the body where blood clotting is more likely

5) Shortness of breath and. blood clotting

Sudden unexplained shortness of breath or shortness of breath is also one of the first signs of blood clots in the body.

6)- Toe sores that do not heal.

When an injury occurs in the leg but does not heal, it is one of the first signs of blood clots in the arteries.

Note: Check your feet every day and look for blisters, cuts, cracks, scratches or other abnormal wounds. Also check for redness, skin rash, toenail growth, corns and calluses.

Note: These pains may be present in both feet (which rarely occur) or in the arm.

Ways to prevent blood clots:

1) Weight loss and weight maintenance in the normal range

2) Regular daily walking to increase blood circulation

3) Drink plenty of fluids throughout the day

9 very dangerous factors in heart attacks

1- Smoking

2 - High cholesterol

3- High blood pressure

4- Diabetes

5- Obesity around the abdomen

6- Stress

7 - Do not eat fruits and vegetables

8. Excessive alcohol consumption

9. Lack of regular exercise program