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The Truth About Vein Disease

Have you been living with painful, blue, or bulging leg veins? Maybe you’ve noticed the skin texture of your legs has become increasingly scaly and discolored. If you have been living with these leg issues (and many others), because you think they’re “just” a part of the aging process, you couldn’t be more wrong.

Problems with leg veins is a medical issue. Once vein issues appear, no medication, supplement, or lotion can make them go away. Many daily activities put stress on your legs — working on your feet or sitting all day can both be detrimental for your leg health. Throughout our website, you can explore the causes of vein disease and its treatments. Advancements in technology have progressed to a level where health care providers are now able to help in ways like never before. No more vein stripping!

You can take our online vein screening, or ask yourself these questions:

• Do my legs feel heavy?
• Do my legs ache or itch?
• Do I feel numbness or tingling in my legs?
• Do I have restless legs?

These are common symptoms vein disease, which can occur in both men and women. Most people live with these symptoms for about 35 years before seeking help and being diagnosed with chronic venous insufficiency (AKA vein disease and varicose veins). Don’t be one of the 1% who waits to seek relief!

In the meantime, here are some ways to keep your legs healthy:

• Maintain a healthy diet and stay hydrated! Half your body weight in ounces is the recommendation.
• Eat a lot of fruits and vegetables.
• Exercise! It helps pump blood to your heart.
• Don’t sit or stand for prolonged periods. Get up and move frequently.
• Wear compression stockings.
• Moisturize your legs.

It’s a No Veiner!

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