Recent Articles About Vein Health
When Should I Worry About My Swollen Ankles?
Swollen ankles are more than just unsightly. It could be a sign of vein disease. Learn more:
Why You Should Never Ignore Your Varicose Veins: A Patient’s Story
Myths about varicose veins perpetuate inaccurate information that causes many people to postpone or dismiss vein treatment. Missed or delayed vein care can unnecessarily put health at risk.
Can Venous Ulcers be Cured?
Venous ulcers on the ankle often result from poor circulation. But these open sores can be treated and cured. Learn more:
What are the Signs of Vein Damage?
If you experience any of these seven signs of vein damage, you’ll know it’s time to seek treatment.
Why Do My Legs Feel Heavy (and What Can I Do About it!)?
If you struggling with legs that feel heavy, making it difficult to walk or even lift your legs, you might have chronic venous insufficiency, also known as vein disease. Learn the symptoms and treatment options for vein disease.
What are the Signs of Poor Circulation in Feet?
Are you curious if you have poor circulation in your feet? Look for these signs:
Best Exercises for Vein Health for Less Active People
Exercise is vital for maintaining good vein health. If you're looking to improve your varicose veins but are out of shape or have an injury, here are some exercises suitable for less active people.
What Are the Benefits of Elevating Legs?
Help your veins by elevating your legs every day! Here are three tips to get the most out of this daily routine:
Is There a Connection Between Heart Problems and Varicose Veins?
While the exact connection between varicose veins and heart disease is not clear, it is thought that the increased pressure in the veins caused by varicose veins may lead to inflammation and damage to the arteries, the primary cause of heart attacks and strokes.