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  Peripheral Artery Disease Symptoms

Peripheral Artery Disease can affect the arteries, the veins and the lymph vessels. It is also called peripheral vascular disease. According to my doctors and the American Heart Association this disease is a narrowing of the vessels to the legs, arms, stomach or kidneys   Normally the heart and brain vessels are not included in this description. However the heart and brain both suffer from the same malady they are just called something different. Organic PAD is caused by structural changes in the blood vessels such as inflammation or tissue damage. It can be caused by fatty buildups in the vessels that slow down or block blood flow as well. All in all it is clogged arteries.

You can get clogged arteries anywhere in the body. It is just more obvious in the beginning in the extremities because the vessels are smaller and the symptoms are more obvious quicker.

Although atherosclerosis is a different diagnosis it is roughly the same thing to us laymen. Most people call it hardening of the vessels. What it is, is clogged arteries.

 

The most often seen symptoms are: If you have them see a health professional.
NOTE: 75% of people with PAD have no symptoms according to American Heart Association.

Cold hands and feet. (one leg or foot can be colder that the other)
Your feet especially toes and your fingers fall asleep more often  and more easily.
Unusual Pain in the arms and legs.
Pain or cramps in legs and  hips while walking or stair climbing. Goes away when you stop. (This is called intermittent claudication, (also clogged arteries.)
Foot pain that is persistent.
Wounds on extremities that are slow or will not heal.
Hair loss on lower leg or ankle.
Thick Toenails.
Open Wounds or ulcers that ooze but do not bleed.
Blood clots in legs or arms (sometimes diagnosed as Buergers Disease)
Long red welts in arms, legs or feet with pain. (probably a blood clot)
Chest pain is associated with heart damage but bad circulation in the legs can bring it on too this is the bodies warning device.
Shortness of breath.
Extreme tiredness when walking up short flights of stairs.

Not listed but experienced:
Persistent burning or stinging pain where leg joins the body. Approximately where the main vessel is located.
While walking or running leg fatigue you did not have before.

Poor Circulation In Feet   Poor circulation in feet is a sure sign of peripheral vascular disease This is also known as PVD. Peripheral vascular disease is found in the toes, feet, hands and fingers and the arms and legs.

Alpha Lipoic Acid can reduce and eliminate the symptoms of peripheral diabetic neuropathy. These symptoms are very close to the symptoms of poor circulation in the feet and toes

Intermittent Claudication  Claudication is crampy leg pain that occurs during exercise, especially walking. The pain is due to insufficient blood flow in the legs (caused by blocked blood vessels).

My Chelation Story    How I cured my peripherial artery disease and clogged arteries with both iv and oral chelation.

IV Chelation  More expensive but works better and faster than oral chelation. It also has a few minor physical side effects which can occur.

Oral Chelation   Is the taking of EDTA by mouth in either liquid or capsule form. There are also suppositories that can be used.

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