How much do you know about magnetism and microcirculation?
Time of issue: 2022-07-08 14:05:35.520
The latest definition of microcirculation: the flow of blood, lymph fluid, and tissue fluid that directly participates in the transfer of tissues, cell materials, information, and energy is called microcirculation.
In fact, microcirculation includes two concepts. One is the concept of microvascular, that is, a section of blood vessel that adapts to the structure of the vessel wall and functions of microcirculation. It includes arterioles, capillaries, and venules (arterioles and venules do not belong to the category of microcirculation). These capillaries are places where blood, cells and tissues exchange materials. The second meaning of microcirculation also includes the meaning of blood circulation arteries.
Microcirculation, known as the "second heart" of the human body, is the most basic unit of the circulatory system. It is the end of the arterial system and the beginning of the venous system. The net capillary structure formed between the two The micro-blood flow, called microcirculation, is a component of various organs in the human body, a place for direct material exchange and cell metabolism, and a functional structural unit of the organs.
The microcirculation is invisible to the naked eye, and various changes in the microcirculation caused by diseases can be seen with a microscope.
There are four major characteristics of microcirculation:
The first is fine. The blood vessels of the microcirculation are very thin, with a diameter of only 7-9 microns, which is only about one-twentieth of a human hair.
The second is the length. The blood vessels of the microcirculation are very long. The total length that connects the microcirculation of a person is about 96,558 kilometers. It is as long as 10 thousands of miles of the Great Wall, which can circle the earth's equator two and a half times. Therefore, on this long road, if the human body is not protected by health care, it is easy to malfunction.
The third is slow. The blood flow in the microcirculation is extremely slow, only 0.4 to 1 mm per second. Therefore, if health care is not taken, the blood is prone to stasis.
The fourth is thinness. The blood vessel wall of the microcirculation is extremely thin, about one hundredth as thick as a piece of paper. If the microcirculation is obstructed, the water or tangible substances in the microblood flow can cause edema. Sensory nerve endings, when the microcirculation is affected, will feel local soreness, numbness, chills, and paleness.
So, what effect does the magnetic field have on the microcirculation?
One is the improvement of the vasomotor function, the tension of the blood vessel wall is reduced, and the blood vessel is dilated. Since this improvement of the blood vessel wall tension is through regulation, the tension of the stasis and dilated blood vessel wall can be increased, and the blood vessel can be constricted.
The second is to improve the state of blood flow, from mitochondrial flow, granular flow, cut-off, etc. to mitochondrial flow, linear flow, and speed up blood flow.
Magnetic fields have many physiological effects in improving microcirculation. For example, through the improvement of microcirculation, it produces anti-inflammatory and swelling effects, and through the improvement of microcirculation, it promotes the exchange of tissues and improves the nutritional status of the tissues.