Recent Articles About Vein Health
Treatment for Restless Legs Syndrome
Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a common condition, affecting 2-4% of the adult population. Although its cause is not completely known there may be an association between RLS and chronic venous insufficiency.
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.
Emergency Varicose Vein Surgery in Alaska during COVID-19
If you've had to postpone treatment of varicose veins, you're not alone. In the wake of COVID-19, millions of people have canceled or rescheduled medical procedures to treat varicose veins.
Varicose Vein Mythbusting: Don't Fall for These Common Vein Misconceptions
So many myths have sprouted up around varicose veins that it’s sometimes difficult to know the truth. Here’s your guide to common misconceptions and why they’re wrong.
Working from Home? Consider Wearing Compression Socks.
Working from home for the first time due to the ongoing pandemic? Maybe it’s time to buy a pair of compression stockings.
Do 70% of Deaths from COVID-19 Actually Occur from Blood Clots?
We initially thought death from COVID-19 was mostly related to pneumonia in the lungs. Doctors are now learning of a startling discovery.
Love Exercising But Have Varicose Veins?
Although varicose veins are often associated with being sedentary, overweight, pregnant, healthy, athletic adults often deal with the condition, too. In fact, if you’re doing anything that keeps you on your feet a lot, it strains the veins in your lower legs, resulting painful leg veins in the calves and lower part of the thighs.
When Varicose Veins Aren't in the Legs
Varicose veins can develop anywhere on your body, not just the legs.
Varicose Vein Treatments to Consider Getting Before Summer at the Safest Vein Clinic in Fairbanks, Alaska during COVID-19
For people who suffer from varicose veins, the thought of wearing some of summer’s latest fashion trends can be frightening and prevent you from heading outdoors and enjoying the heat. Luckily, if you get treatment for your varicose veins now, you will be ready for the summer.