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Don’t Let Varicose Vein Pain Stop You from Achieving Your Exercise Goals

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Studies indicate that the major effects of varicose veins are on the functional aspects of the quality of people’s lives. Those who have varicose veins or spider veins may suffer from many painful symptoms including heavy or aching legs, swelling, night cramps, heat or burning sensation, restless legs, throbbing, itching or tingling sensation, and skin …Read More


Important Early Warning Signs of Venous Leg Ulcers

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Leg ulcers symptoms often include a dull ache, tenderness or pain in the legs, swelling, eczema of the surrounding skin, varicose veins, and hyperpigmentation. Early signs of venous stasis ulcers include darkened or discolored skin around the ankle, or skin that feels leathery or waxy to the touch. Many people who have untreated varicose veins …Read More


Laser Treatment is a Safe, Effective Answer to Facial Varicose Veins

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Varicose veins can occur any place on the body, but commonly appear on the face. Varicose veins on the face are also known as spider veins due to their resemblance to a spider’s web. These dilated red, purple, or blue capillaries that are often found around the eyes, cheeks, chin, or neck, are visible because …Read More


What Sports and Exercises Can Help Prevent Spider Veins?

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Spider veins in legs can cause swelling, pain, and appear unsightly. Although there are many causes that may contribute to spider veins, a moderate exercise program can help prevent them since it can improve vein, skin and overall health. Increasing activity can affect how well the veins function, work and repair. Strong leg muscles create …Read More


Varicose Veins and Men – More Common Than You Think

Sunday, March 10th, 2019

About fifty percent of all men will experience varicose veins at some point in their lives. Varicose veins are not simply a cosmetic issue nor are they a condition that only women suffer from. These veins can cause significant pain or discomfort and may lead to many other complications, which can create difficulties in daily …Read More


Leg Pain from Varicose Veins? Here Are Our Tips for Long-distance Travelers

Sunday, March 10th, 2019

As a result of their varicose veins, many people experience leg pain. These veins may appear as swollen, bulging, and gnarled, or they may be internal without visible external indications. However, whether veins are visible or not, painful symptoms can include a feeling of heaviness or achiness in the legs, burning, throbbing, swelling, itchiness, and …Read More


Vein Stripping vs Laser Vein Removal for Varicose Veins

Sunday, March 10th, 2019

Approximately one out of every two people aged 50 and older are affected by varicose veins. Although it’s a common condition, it is one that can cause disfigurement, disability and impairment to quality of life. Although vein disease occurs more frequently in women, about 40% of all men develop varicose veins by the age of …Read More


Hypertension – It Could Be Behind Your Varicose Veins

Sunday, March 10th, 2019

In order to pump blood throughout your body, the entire cardiovascular system must function as a whole. When one part of the system doesn’t function correctly, it requires the whole system to help compensate for it. Varicose veins are a symptom of a serious condition known as chronic venous hypertension or high blood pressure within …Read More


Tips to Help Your Leg Ulcers Heal Well

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

When blood doesn’t flow normally up through the veins in the legs toward the heart, the condition is known as chronic venous insufficiency. When left untreated, open sores may develop in areas where blood pools and swelling interferes with the movement of oxygen and nutrients through the tissues.  These sores are called venous stasis ulcers …Read More


Helpful Lifestyle Tips for Restless Leg Syndrome

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

Anemia, dialysis, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and damage to the nerves in hands and feet such as peripheral neuropathy from diabetes have all been associated with restless leg syndrome. Although it has not yet been discovered what causes restless leg syndrome, nor a cure, certain risk factors have been identified and many treatments exist for …Read More


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