Recent Articles About Vein Health
Can You Use Essential Oils on Facial Spider Veins?
Unlike varicose veins, which appear solely on the lower extremities, spider veins can sometimes develop on the legs and face. The two conditions are often linked together because each stem from poor circulation in the veins and are frequently seen in the same area on the legs.
What Are the Main Causes of Varicose Veins?
According to studies, up to a third of adults have varicose veins. If you’re one of them, you likely wonder what exactly led to those raised, bluish lines on your calves.
Managing Blood Clots in the 21st Century
Much has changed for the better over the years in the diagnosis and treatment of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a blood clot in a deep vein, usually in the legs.
Are Your Varicose Veins Causing a Skin Rash?
Do your varicose veins have anything to do with your lower leg rashes? Learn more about the connection between these two conditions.
6 Reasons to Get Your Varicose Veins Treated
Learn why varicose vein treatment is a great way to boost your confidence and improve your health.
Why Removing Your Varicose Veins At Home Won't Work
Can you remove varicose veins at home? The answer is "no" - they can only be removed by a specialist. Read why in this post:
How the Food You Eat Impacts Your Vein Health
What you eat affects your entire body — including your veins. Keep your veins healthy by paying attention to your diet.
Lymphedema Diagnosis and Treatment
There are many potential causes for swollen ankles. Serious medical issues must be ruled out before treatment can begin.
Restless Leg Syndrome and Night Leg Cramps: A Sign of Vein Disease?
Sleep movement disorders, including restless leg syndrome (RLS) and sleep or night leg cramps, are cited as two of the eighty most common causes of chronic sleep deprivation in the United States by the CDC.