In a nutshell.... your blood is your bodies transportation system. Kinda like the subway in a big city.
🩸blood depends on adequate circulation and force to get from point “A” to point “B”
🩸it carries all the nutrients and oxygen to their respective stops
🩸the blood replaces CO2 with oxygen at each cell stop
🩸when the subway is empty, it still makes its stops. If there are always people waiting to get on(CO2) but no one waiting to get off(oxygen) then the blood can become toxic and can’t feed the cells properly....if the system is overcrowded, then transportation can become slow.
🩸If the body is nutrient deficient, lacks oxygen, and/or has slow delivery(bad circulation), it is not able to do its job properly
🩸remember, the top of the head is one of the last points of circulation. So, if all the passengers(oxygen and nutrients) have gotten off the subway, BEFORE the blood gets to the hair cells, there’s nothing left.... the hair cells suffer because they haven’t gotten fed and this can result in temporary hair loss. If this pattern is perpetuated over long periods of time, the loss can become permanent.
🩸manage these things by:
-lowering stress levels in the body
-protecting mental health
-having a mindful diet
-healthy sleep patterns
-staying hydrated(drink your water AND eat your water - we’ll talk about that later)