Staying Healthy and Active This Mental Health Month
Mental Health Month takes on added meaning in light of the coronavirus crisis. But self-care can help you keep a positive attitude — and reduce your varicose vein pain.
7 Tips to Keep your Veins Healthy During Quarantine
It is important that we all stay at home right now – but prolonged sitting or inactivity can have long lasting effects on your vein health.
Do You Have Varicose Eczema?
One outgrowth of varicose veins is the dry, itchy skin of eczema. If you already have varicose veins, it’s likely
How to Relieve Pain Caused by Varicose Veins
Though they’re not permanent cures, several easy at-home treatment can help ease the pain of varicose veins. Varicose veins aren’t just
What to Do with a Bleeding Varicose Vein
Weakened, swollen veins can bleed profusely, whether from internal rupture or a slight scratch. Here’s why you should seek medical
Can Home Remedies Really Cure Spider Veins?
Home remedies abound for preventing and treating varicose veins and spider veins. However, these methods will neither eliminate existing veins
Should You Wear Compression Socks Even if You Don't Have Varicose Veins?
No matter your level of leg discomfort, you can likely benefit from simple — and surprisingly stylish — compression socks. Compression
How Heat Affects Varicose Veins
No matter the season, excessive warmth can increase blood flow and worsen your varicose vein symptoms. Patients with varicose veins may
Are Standing Desks Bad for Your Veins?
Standing desks are popular, but the risk they pose for vein health may offset other health benefits. If you’re considering making
Winter Activities that are Good for Your Veins
Winter isn’t typically the season when Pennsylvania residents are the most active, with snow and cold temperatures driving many people indoors during these months of the year. However enticing it might be to cozy up in front of a fire until spring rolls around, all that sedentary activity doesn’t do your veins any good.