If you are walking around with those unsightly varicose veins on your legs, you are not alone. In fact, if you add in spider veins and reticular veins, 80% of men and 85% of women have some type of vein disease. Do varicose veins go away on their own? Let’s find out.
Thinking of doing something about those unsightly blue and red spider veins spoiling the look of your latest little black dress and heels? Before you jump in without doing some homework, let us provide you with some information and dispel three common myths about spider vein treatments.
During your private appointment you’ll meet with one of our physicians and a vascular sonographer to learn if you suffer from vein disease and what treatment options are available to you.
Varicose veins are unsightly, and they can cause legs to throb and ache. They appear mostly on the legs due to force of gravity and the pressure of our body weight. Our leg veins have the job of moving blood from the bottom of our body up to the heart, and if the valves in our veins malfunction or become weakened, they don’t move the blood efficiently. As a result blood can pool in our legs, and the veins become stretched, leak or protrude.
There are ways to reduce the risk of this happening with 5 daily habits to prevent varicose veins.
Veins play a vital role in the body’s function, carrying blood from various parts of the body back to the heart. As people age, problems can begin to develop. The vein specialists at Vein Center at Brinton Lake are trained to diagnose and treat vein disease. If you begin to feel symptoms of circulatory dysfunction, It can be difficult to know when to visit a doctor.
If you shy away from wearing skirts or shorts in the summer, is it because you don’t want to display the unflattering spider veins on your legs? Both men and women can have this issue, and not only are they unsightly and possibly uncomfortable, but they can also be a risk for blood clots or open sores.
If you are thinking about getting treatments, consider these 5 things you need to know before getting spider vein treatment.
Varicose veins affect 1 out of 2 individuals age 50 and older and 15-25% of all adults.
If you have been distressed recently and noticed the appearance of little red and blue lines on your legs, don’t panic. Yes, you are young, healthy, and quite fit, so why would you see those “old lady” spider veins?
You may not like how they look, but the fact is they are really nothing to become upset about, and they happen to be quite normal. With that said, there are some facts you should know about spider veins even if you are young.