6 Tips To Keep Your Veins Healthy

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”3.22″ global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_row _builder_version=”3.25″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.25″ custom_padding=”|||” global_colors_info=”{}” custom_padding__hover=”|||”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.27.4″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” global_colors_info=”{}”]Your veins are the highways of your body. They transport blood to and from your heart. They’re also extremely delicate and can be damaged by dehydration or ruptured by diabetes or smoking. Taking care of your veins is important because when they get overworked, they ‘fall’, which will probably result in death if it’s not treated.

We care about keeping you as healthy as possible, which is why here are five ways to help you take care of your veins:

Hydration Is Perfection

Once again, earth’s magical elixir is just perfect for everything. The amount of water you consume is also crucial for your veins’ health. The more water you take, the thinner blood gets, and it’s easier to flow. Dehydration can lead to blood clots and other varicose problems.

A High Fiber Diet

We all know that fiber is the key to having a great digestive system, and guess what? Also, for a healthy vein system! Turns out that the more pressure you put on your abdomen due to the lack of a good digestive flow, the greater are the odds that your veins will suffer due to the blockage of blood flow. So, you better add some oatmeal and broccoli to your shopping list.

It’s Better If You Put It Out

One of the many consequences of smoking is unhealthy veins. Smoking constricts the blood vessels, so your body tries to compensate by dilating the remaining ones even larger than usual, sometimes resulting in aneurysm formation. Think twice before lighting up another cigarette.

Stay Active

This doesn’t necessarily mean going to the gym for 5 hours every day. Staying active is more simple than that. Sedentarism is one of the main causes of varicose veins; unfortunately, most office jobs require you to be behind your desk for 8 hours or more every day, leading to sedentarism. However, you can get creative and set up an alarm every hour to stand up and do some walking and stretching to get your body moving and blood flowing. 

Accessorize With Compression Stockings

If you are already aware that you’re susceptible to vein problems, you might want to add compression stockings to your outfit of the day. These contract the leg muscles that surround your veins to keep your blood flowing back up to your heart as it normally should. If you have a job that requires sitting all day, it can cause your blood to pool, so compression stockings are ideal for keeping it running smoothly up to your heart.

Seek Treatment

If vein issues run in your genes, or you feel that something isn’t right, the best you can do is go to a vein care clinic. A vein health specialist is more than capacitated to help you treat varicose veins diseases, chronic venous stasis, post-thrombotic syndrome, and other symptoms such as constant leg swelling and cramps.

All of these things are important in making sure that your veins stay healthy so you can live a long healthy life. 

Long Live Your Veins

Chronic venous insufficiency exercise plays an important part. At the Center for Advanced Vein Care, we teach our patients how to perform different exercises to relieve pain and reduce it. Many go as complicated as lifting small weights, but our doctors will help you choose the one that suits you best for your capabilities and needs.

The Center for Advanced Vein Care has helped many patients with their varicose vein problems. If you are looking to avoid surgery or want a less invasive solution to your venous health issues, we can help. Remember that even without presenting any symptoms, untreated vein conditions can lead to major health problems, which is why we care to provide you with the consultation, information, and proper treatment at Center for Advanced Vein Care.



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