Proper Circulation and Your Health
Internal Health and Internal Organ function is related to circulation of fluids through each organ. Internal circulation of the organs is critical for organs to perform their work and maintain their integrity. The heart pumps blood to each organ but flow of fluids within each organ depends on a sponge-like mechanism. The internal organs are soft and squishy. Alternating compression/relaxation propels propel fluids through spaces within each Internal organ. The liver, spleen, stomach, pancreas and kidneys lie below the diaphragm muscle and with each breath the diaphragm descends and compresses these organs. With exhalation the diaphragm relaxes and the organs expand. Movements of the ribs, abdominal muscles and the spinal column also promotes Internal Organ circulation and overall health.