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The Anatomy of a Vein

The Anatomy of a Vein

Varicose and spider veins are the consequences of deteriorating and clogged veins. These side effects of improper vein care are often discussed, but how they relate to your venous health is typically overlooked. Understanding the makeup of our circulatory...

Improving the Health of Your Skin

Improving the Health of Your Skin

With so many factors that contribute to skin damage and various ways to improve on the health of your skin, it is important to know what you are up against and what can be done about it.     Free radicals Free radicals are highly...

FAQs About Restless Leg Syndrome

FAQs About Restless Leg Syndrome

What is Restless Leg Syndrome?  Restless leg syndrome (RLS), also known as Willis-Ekbom Disease, is a neurological disorder characterized by its overwhelmingly unpleasant urges to move the legs while at rest.   What are the symptoms of RLS? RLS is characterized...

Sports/Exercising and Varicose Veins – Get Up and Move!

Sports/Exercising and Varicose Veins – Get Up and Move!

A mainly sedentary lifestyle can contribute to the pain and appearance of varicose veins. One of the best ways to improve them is to participate in an exercise program that improves circulation without putting too much stress on your legs and helps with maintaining a...

Occupations Most at Risk for Varicose Veins – How to Help

Occupations Most at Risk for Varicose Veins – How to Help

There are a variety of factors that make a person more susceptible to developing varicose veins. Age, weight, gender, and genetics are some of these, but your occupation may actually be the main culprit. Any job that requires prolonged periods of standing and sitting...

Podiatry and Your Veins

Podiatry and Your Veins

If you are one of the millions of people who suffer from varicose veins or any other circulatory issues, chances are you also suffer from pain and discomfort in your legs, feet, and ankles as well. So, how does poor circulation affect the health of your feet and...

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