Circulatory disorders encompass diseases of the arteries and diseases of the control mechanism of the arteries. A very small amount of blood is made to serve a huge area of the body and this is done by the most amazing ‘irrigation’ system similar to that used in Egypt. Main sluice gates allow blood to go to large areas, and smaller, and smaller sluice gates send it to the part of the large area that requires its presence. This is continually changing, monitored largely by the sympathetic nerve computers so that all of the body has an adequate supply of blood, but none is wasted.
The walls of the blood vessels can become diseased, narrowing the blood vessels but this is outside the scope of our treatment. Faulty control is surprisingly common, usually resulting in areas receiving woefully inadequate supplies of blood. This causes diseases ranging from coronary occlusion, Raynaud’s disease, and other such diseases as intermittent claudication and chill blains. A number of other unexplained parts of the body being too hot or too cold are also a result of autonomic malfunction
Treatment with Interx neurostimulation, Shiatsu and Reflexology.