An individual, undergoing intense physical training, utilizes oxygen at levels exceeding 75% of maximum values. The challenge here is that sustained physical exercise may result in an inadequate supply of oxygen to working muscles (known as tissue hypoxia), a result of insufficient blood supply to the tissues due to poor microcirculation.
Moreover, during maximal exercise, the metabolism of the tissue is violated. Muscles accumulate lactic acid, which causes fatigue and complicates recovery after training.
Studies show that the application of taxifolin is able to solve these problems very efficiently. Specifically, taxifolin (dihydroquercetin) is able to: ◾ Improve intracardial hemodynaimcs and intensify blood flow to the myocardium ◾ Help to return pathologic microcirculation to normal, thus, optimizing tissue blood flow ◾ Contribute to the redistribution of blood flow within small arteries, thus, enhancing blood supply to ischemia-affected tissues ◾ Enhance blood flow to muscles ◾ Enhance pulmonary mechanics and improve lung ventilation and blood gas composition ◾ Help to increase РО2 (oxygen partial pressure) and blood oxygenation