The true cause of wrinkles and baldness, according to Japanese scientists: ghost capillaries

Japanese scientists have suggested problems with capillaries as a source of things like hair loss, wrinkles, and fatigue. Let us examine.
According to Japanese scientists, it is a completely natural and free method of reducing wrinkles in the body and reducing discomfort such as hair loss and examination.

According to a documentary I watched on the nhk world channel, dysfunctional capillaries called ghost blood vessels are formed when some of the capillaries in the body lose their function due to excessive carbohydrate consumption, sedentary life, insufficient sleep, smoking, aging. Because of the capillaries that lose their function, wrinkles and sagging occur because the skin and subcutaneous cells cannot be fed enough.
due to the reasons mentioned above, the amount of capillaries throughout the body is reduced and not enough oxygen and supplies can be carried to the body;

wrinkles and sagging on the skin,
slow working and memory problems in the brain,
softening or melting in the bone,
thinning and shedding in the hair,
decrease in lung and kidney capacity,
getting cold in hands and feet,
not seeing the effect of the drugs used,
It causes many ailments such as constantly feeling tired and sluggish.

capillaries that became dysfunctional as a result of the work of Japanese scientists;
It has been observed that it re-functions with daily exercise, low-carb diets, quality and sufficient sleep.

In the documentary, skipping movement is tried by changing feet every time as exercise.

The people who participated in the scientific study shown in the documentary and some of their capillaries have lost their function are recommended to follow the relevant diet for 21 days, get enough sleep and do the daily exercise. It is determined by high resolution medical cameras that some of the dysfunctional capillaries of people who have spent 21 days in this way regain function.

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