Living With Varicose Veins This Summer

Most people look forward to the summer months, enjoying hot days, wearing bikinis, and skimpy outfits, showing off their nice bodies, and killer legs. Unfortunately, people who struggle from issues such as Varicose Veins don’t look forward to the summer. For them it is usually an awful, awkward, insecure time. Therefore, here are a few Read more…

How Do I Know If I have Varicose Veins?

More than 25 million Americans struggle from Venous Insufficiency Disease, most of them women. Varicose Veins are swollen, bulging, bluish enlarged veins, however many people have them and don’t know because they are not visible; instead they are below their skin surface. They mostly occur in the ankles, legs, and feet. The condition is called Read more…

Fashion Trends That May Increase Risks For Varicose Veins

Stoppage of Varicose Veins requires advocating tip top good blood flow. Unfortunately in today’s fashion trends, many trends are damagingly harmful to our legs and place us at a more elevated risk of acquiring Venous Insufficiency disease. High Heels: Your killer heels are harming your legs; this can create long term issues that contribute to Read more…

Celebrities Who Have Battled Varicose Veins

Varicose Veins is a condition that does not discriminate. Many average Americans, public figures, and a countless number of celebrities suffer from Venous Insufficiency Disease. Multiple causes contribute to this disease ranging from obesity, poor exercise, and heredity, amongst others. Britney Spears: It is a known fact that during pregnancy, Varicose Veins get worse. As Read more…

Awareness for preventing VARICOSE VEINS

Millions of Americans have vein problems. Venous disease also known as “Varicose Veins” is a common problem that affects all ages. They form when the vein’s valve becomes weak, resulting in poor blood flow. This poor blood flow starts to flow backwards, ingrains in place, lengthens and enlarges the veins.  Guess what?  This causes the Read more…

Aerobic Exercise Can Slow Down Varicose Vein Development

Aerobic Exercise can slow down varicose vein development and make you healthier Several factors within our control can slow down the development of varicose veins. Nutrition plays an important role, and you can learn more about how changes in your diet can slow down these veins here. In addition to changes in nutrition, exercise can Read more…

Nutrition Tips to Help Varicose Veins

Changing your nutrition can help slow down the development of varicose veins, increase the effectiveness of vein procedures, and make you healthier As in other parts of our bodies, varicose veins can begin to appear as part of the aging process. Part of this may be hereditary, meaning that if your parents and relatives have Read more…

Varicose & Spider Veins

Although they have different etiologies, varicose veins and spider veins are both easily treatable in the hands of an experienced professional. Below are some of the differences between these unsightly and often uncomfortable conditions, as well as strategies for management. Physicians lacking experience in the latest advances will rely upon older, largely obsolete surgical approaches. Read more…

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