5 Remedies That Will Unclog Your Arteries

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It’s not a secret what causes blocked arteries. Most people know it whether they do anything about it or not. Plaques buildup in the arteries and slowly cause damage to your circulatory system. When these plaques grow large enough they can start to choke blood flow off to one area of the body and depending on where the blockage occurs the more serious the condition becomes. For instance clogged arteries in the neck can lead to reduced blood flow to the brain which is commonly referred to as a stroke. Blocked arteries can also lead to heart attacks if the heart becomes starved for blood due to blockages in that area.

Here are some natural remedies that will help you unclog your arteries:

Start an exercise regimen

Starting an exercise regimen and doing yoga are two good ways to unclog the arteries. It develops the immune system and promotes proper circulation of the blood.  Yoga also makes the arteries flexible and cleans the plaques in the arteries’ walls. However, it cannot be achieved overnight, but must be done regularly. A study published in the Circulation: Journal American Heart Association indicated that blood vessels of those older athletes function like those of people half their age, thus helping avoid clogging of the arteries because of long-term exercises.

Eat garlic

Cleaning of the arteries naturally can be best done with garlic. 1 to 4 cloves a day is good. You can take either raw garlic or a garlic supplement – my recommended brand is Kyolic. One advantage of garlic is that you could include into almost all of your dishes. It has a long-history of treating various kinds of heart diseases and blood clots since it lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

Quit smoking

Smoking won’t benefit you in any way. Period.

Cigarette smoke contains hundreds or perhaps thousands of chemical compounds containing benzene rings that can cause oxidative stress. If you smoke try to find ways to quit today.

Cayenne pepper

Cayenne is an herb that may prove effective in the treatment of clogged arteries. This herb has been used largely in Asian, Indian and Caribbean cuisine as well. It has also been used for centuries in order to treat health conditions such as joint pain and stomach ailments.

This herb is known to display strong antioxidant properties, which help in preventing accumulation of plaque as well as reducing plaque formation inside the arteries. You should seek advice from your physician before using cayenne pepper, as it can trigger stomach upset.

Pomegranates

 

While not everyone is a fan of the pomegranate’s slightly acidic, yet wonderfully sweet taste, this fruit is masterful at removing plaque buildup according to many studies. Rich in polyphenols including tannins and anthocyanins, drinking pomegranate juice is even shown in one study to reduce arterial plaque by as much as 30 percent.

It also lowers blood pressure and increases total antioxidant status (TAS) by 130 percent. Another study published in the American Journal of Cardiology shows it can slow the oxidation that causes plaque buildup