Definition of 'blood flow'
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The Sun (2015)
They discovered women suffered decreased blood flow to the heart and early signs of blood clots forming.The Sun (2014) How to Lower High Blood Pressure (1994)
It increases blood flow through your body and means your liver shifts toxins out of your body faster.The Sun (2015)
It was already known that bacteria in the mouth could cause inflammation restricting blood flow to the heart.The Sun (2010) Times, Sunday Times (2014)
This measures changes in blood flow around the brain to work out which parts are the most and least active.Times, Sunday Times (2009) The Sun (2011)
Without enough blood flow the heart can't pump properly.The Sun (2016)
It helps open up blood vessels which aids circulation, helping blood flow round the body from head to toe.The Sun (2009)
Signs of possible heart problems include heart murmurs caused by the turbulence of the blood flowing through the heart valves into the main blood vessels.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It was intended to work by increasing blood flow to the heart and was tested in clinical trials in Canterbury.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They also provided a means to inject X-ray dye into the various heart chambers to study the blood flow through the heart.Living with Angina (1991) The Sun (2014)
The chemical responsible for the heat of peppercorns may help to relax blood vessels, improving blood flow and nerve sensation in all parts of the body.The Sun (2009)
A strong heart may need to beat 60 or less times in a minute to keep the blood flowing around the body.The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)
The patient is an awkward case: an elderly man with blood flow problems around the heart bypass he had 15 years earlier.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Blood flows round the body continuously, releasing oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide which is a waste product - like the exhaust from a car engine.Coping with Angina (1990)
A warm-up should literally heat the body to increase blood flow, and loosen the muscles to ensure they are ready for activity.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It was shown to relax the heart artery wall in pigs and, suggested the researchers, it was likely to boost blood flow to the heart in humans.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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