How to Manage Vascular(Vein) Diseases

Simple tips to Manage Vascular(Vein) Diseases

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Increased physical activity and weight control may help prevent varicose veins among adults at high risk, and reduce the overall risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease as well.

Create compression: Wear cotton compression stockings or socks to help aid in the upward circulation of the blood in the leg and to decrease potential swelling.

Keep moving: Avoid sitting or standing for long periods of time. Even slight movement of your legs can help aid in circulation. It’s suggested that flexing (moving feet at the ankle joint up and down) the feet while sitting or shifting positions while standing can help alleviate pressure.

Increase exercise: Regular exercise can help strengthen leg muscles that aid in the constriction of the veins deep in the legs. It also can also help reduce the risk for being overweight, which can lead to the disease

Seek care for wounds: Venous insufficiency can cause skin sores that are hard to heal. It’s important to seek help from a physician to help care for any wounds that might come about due to the disease.

The disease can progress to a level where conservative measures are not enough and symptoms such as discoloration or thickening of the skin and skin ulcers form. In this case, medical intervention is available to provide relief.


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