It will also, incidentally, mean much clearer thinking and less chance of dementia, because of increased cerebral blood flow.
In every sense, it's a good thing to do.
So, where am I going with this?
I have a terrific and PROVEN way to reduce your blood viscosity; to get it back to the super fluid it was when you were a youngster in the prime of life!
It’s a new medical specialty called “phototherapy” or lowering inflammation by treating with light!
What?... you say. Yes, it's true. There has been a lot written lately about how pulsed electro-magnetic frequencies can do this. It really works and saves lives. But PEMF devices are cumbersome and very expensive (several $1,000s to $20,000 or more).
There's another way: irradiating the blood directly with light. Once upon a time, that meant getting the blood re-routed from veins, via a cannula with laser light flooded onto it, and then back into the circulation.
Nowadays it's so easy it's a joke and no one should be without one of these super new devices that will thin your blood and save your life: you shine the phototherapy lamp UP YOUR NOSE!
Don't laugh. Here's a picture of a guy doing it. It's easy. Just shove it up your hooter and switch on! I do it while working at my word processor.
The VieLight Nasal Phototherapy Therapy Device
There's a very good reason for using this route of administration, which is that the nasal passages have a HUGE network of blood vessels (more than the brain, when you look at a blood flow scan). Merely shining the light up your nose is the same, or better, than feeding laser light into re-routed blood. But without the risks of drawing venous blood and returning it to the body.