In spring and summer, many thoughts turn to travel. But long-distance travel often means hours in an airplane or car, which can lead to sluggish circulation and potentially serious problems, such as blood clots.
Varicose veins can be caused by any of a variety of factors, some of which are within one's control and others which are not. The top five influences are age, obesity, genetics, pregnancy, and lifestyle.
As long as visible varicose veins do not hurt, some feel like they do not need to be treated. However, serious health problems can be caused by the vascular disease. Diagnosis and treatment should not be ignored.
Walking regularly can alleviate mild varicose vein symptoms in addition to improving your overall health. These are the top ten benefits of walking for varicose vein sufferers and good health in general.
Desert Vein and Vascular Institute’s physicians are now fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, and we continue to be committed to the health and safety of our patients during this Pandemic. You can be confident in knowing that it is safe for you to visit us for your free vein screening, varicose vein treatment, or spider vein treatment and that we are continuing to follow all CDC guidelines.