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Anxious Varicose Veins.Causes.Treatments…
What is varicose veins?
Varicose veins is a very common disease among the population over the age of 30, the essence of which is inflammation of the walls of the veins, their bulging, the appearance of nodules and, in severe cases, ulcers.
According to statistics, up to 30% of the world’s population suffers from varicose veins. And although many of them seek for professional help, not all strictly follow medical recommendations. These patients think that since the treatment has already begun, then they can live as before and not limit themselves in any way. For example, doing strength sports, gaining weight, or taking hormones..
Most often people suffer not from aesthetic imperfections, but also from the discomfort and pain that accompany varicose veins on the legs.
Often Causes of Varicose veins.
There are main Causes of the disease:
- Sedentary work or work in which you have to constantly be standing
- Age and gender. The greatest likelihood of developing varicose veins in women in 30-40 years…
High static loads or reduced physical activity cause an increase in venous pressure in the lower extremities. Vessels cannot withstand such stress and begin to stretch, and their wall becomes thinner. This leads to the appearance of a gap between the valve and the vessel, the blood flow goes in the opposite direction, which is called reflux.
Varicose veins: symptoms and stages of the disease?
The Stages of varicose veins?
Stage 0. The first symptoms are heaviness and fatigue in the legs after a working day, swelling of the ankles, feet and lower leg in the late afternoon. In this case, all symptoms disappear after a night’s rest or after active walking.
Stage 1.Stage 0 symptoms are accompanied by spider veins on the legs, pain along the veins and rare night cramps in the calves.
Stage 2.At this stage, veins and nodules that appear after a long sitting or standing position are already felt on the skin. Already at this stage, the likelihood of blood clots is high.
Stage 3. To all of the above signs, constant edema is added in the late afternoon, which in the morning may no longer go away completely.
Stage 4. The skin on the legs may turn dark in color. Skin atrophy appears.
Stage 5. Trophic ulcers appear that are capable of healing.
Stage 6. Trophic ulcers do not heal.
Varicose veins: complications you should know.
If you postpone treatment of varicose veins until later, then you can soon wait for the appearance of complications.
Blood clots due to congestion can lead to thrombophlebitis, edema, pulmonary infarction, or even sudden death from thromboembolism. Non-healing trophic ulcers, eczema and dermatitis may appear, and the color of the affected skin area may change.
Constant edema leads to the compaction of fatty tissue. A very unpleasant complication is bleeding from varicose veins, which occurs due to thinning of the skin at the site of an enlarged vein or mechanical damage.
Home Treatments of Varicose Veins…
Many people make this mistake.
We all want to treat it quickly and easily.
But in the case of varicose veins, this is not possible. Even if you use many drugs every day, the miracle will not happen.
Yes, doctors prescribe pills and ointments during treatment. Note – only as an addition to the main method of treatment.
The drugs relieve the patient’s condition. By increasing the tone of the veins, they moderately improve the subjective state and reduce the intensity of complaints such as the feeling of “heavy” tired legs, and sometimes partially reduce the manifestation of edema. They do not affect the cause of the disease.
There are no creams and pills that will radically change the condition of the veins.
But asking an experienced doctors guarantees that, if you follow his/her recommendations, you will quickly return your legs to the health.
Note that pills and ointments are most often loved by those who self-medicate!
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