Capillary Fragility

The circulatory system is similar to a dense network of one-way streets that gradually tend to decrease in size; the capillaries are the terminal part of the veins and arteries.
They are very permeable and extremely thin vessels and through a dense network they promote the exchange of nutrients and oxygen between blood and tissues.
In some cases and especially in the female gender the capillaries tend to break and lose elasticity. In this case we speak of capillary fragility; it is important to maintain and increase their permeability to ensure the correct trophism (nourishment) of the tissues.


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