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Do you have varicose veins? Have you ever thought that your diet could cause them, make them worse, could help relieve their symptoms, or even prevent them? There is more to the story, so let’s dive into how diet affects varicose veins.Read More »How Does Diet Affect Varicose Veins?
Varicose veins cause leg fatigue, cramps, aches, and a feeling of heaviness in your legs. If you have varicose veins, exercise can be beneficial as long as you are doing the right kind of exercises and making some modifications. Varicose veins and exercise: what you should know.Read More »Varicose Veins And Exercise: What You Should Know
We are all familiar with those unsightly purple and blue veins we notice on other people’s legs and ankles. Are they starting to appear on your own legs? They may only be faint, but don’t ignore them, and covering them up with long pants won’t make them go away. There are numerous health implications and risks of leaving vein disease untreated.Read More »Risks Of Leaving Vein Disease Untreated
Yes, of course, varicose veins can be unsightly and cause us to cover our legs even in warmer weather. We may try to hide them, but they are still there and can be affecting our vascular health. Here are a few reasons why varicose veins are more than just a cosmetic issue.Read More »Varicose Veins Are More Than Just A Cosmetic Issue
Those tiny spider veins on your legs are the very first signs that your circulation may be at risk. You can ignore them, but don’t think they will go away on their own. The hard truth is they will only get worse. That’s exactly why knowing the stages of vein disease & when to take action is essential.Read More »The Stages Of Vein Disease & When To Take Action
Here comes the cooler weather where you can go back to wearing long pants and leggings — but don’t just cover your varicose veins up! A better choice is to start treatment now because Autumn is one of the best times of year to treat your varicose veins.Read More »Autumn Is The Best Time Of Year To Treat Your Varicose Veins
Many women find they dread the warm seasons due to their unsightly varicose and spider veins. They unfortunately affect mostly women who are over the… Read More »How Your Body Weight Can Affect Your Veins
We have all seen adults with those bulging purple veins in the legs. While they are unsightly, there are also some serious underlying issues linked to those veins. You may not have that severe of a problem, so you don’t think you need to worry. The truth is, any type of small varicose veins are the beginning of signs you may have chronic venous insufficiency.Read More »Signs You May Have Chronic Venous Insufficiency
If you are walking around with those unsightly varicose veins on your legs, you are not alone. In fact, if you add in spider veins and reticular veins, up to 80% of men and 85% of women have some type of vein disease. Do varicose veins go away on their own? Let’s find out.Read More »Do Varicose Veins Go Away On Their Own?