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Tips to prevent and treat varicose veins with sclerotherapy

Written by: Dra. Lidici Santana
Published: | Updated: 15/08/2018
Edited by: Patricia Pujante Crespo

The bumps on the legs blue or dark purple are a sign that you have varicose veins or varicose veins. These can cause swelling, pain or cramps, among other symptoms. Meanwhile, spider veins are similar to varicose veins but smaller. This is the most peripheral venous dilations tree, red or blue, and its importance is more aesthetic than health.

 

How to work the leg veins

The work of veins is to carry blood back to the heart, defying gravity. We have a deep venous system passing through the muscles that is not visible and superficial venous system, consisting of the veins located beneath the skin.

Muscles and valves inside the veins help push blood to the heart, preventing it from falling back to the ankles. If a valve is weakened in a superficial vein blood can flow back and cause extra pressure on the vein, stretching it. This can, in turn, contribute to varicose veins, thread veins or spider veins develop.

 

Why we have varices

There are a number of factors that favor the development of varicose veins. Some are:- Being a woman, because of certain female hormones- Pregnancy, for additional blood needed to support the fetus and increased pelvic pressure, by the baby's weight, which hinders the passage of blood from the legs to the pelvis and which in turn dilates the veins of the legs.- The overweight. It occurs as the previous case, where there is extra pressure on the veins and valves, making them work harder to send blood to the heart.- Aging, as the elasticity is reduced and there is more likely to dilate the veins.- Being inactive, because blood circulates less.- Have a family history of varicose veins or an underlying medical condition that aggravates the blood circulation return.

 

They can be prevented varicose veins or varicose veins?

Varicose veins or varicose veins can not be prevented completely, but there are some habits that can be carried out. Thus, it is recommended:1) Raise the legs whenever possible2) Perform circular motions with your ankles3) Loosen clothing that is too tight4) Avoid wearing high heels5) Avoid constipation6) Quit Smoking

 

Dietary Guidelines for varices

There are certain foods that help varicose veins do not escalate:- Horse chestnut has been frequently used to treat venous insufficiency because it contains saponin and aescin. These substances, administered at recommended doses, helps to seal the capillary leak and also helps improve the elasticity of the veins.- Anthocyanins are a natural antioxidant present in some vegetables and fruits, such as blackberries, cherries and other red fruits. Anthocyanins help seal the filtration of blood vessels, collagen repairing the walls of the vessels and capillaries.- The routine is typically used to treat bruising and varicose veins. Strengthens blood vessels and capillaries because oxerutins, a group of chemicals that improve pain, swelling and leg fatigue.

 

Medical-aesthetic treatment for varicose veins

You can carry out a treatment in Aesthetic Medicine contributing to varicose veins or varicose veins disappear: sclerotherapy. It involves the injection of an irritant product inside the vein until it disappears. This is a very effective procedure requiring three or four sessions vena. The results are seen from the second or third month after completion of the sessions.

 

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

By Dra. Lidici Santana
Aesthetic Medicine

His career has been inspired by the supply of quality treatments using treatment of proven efficacy and safety. Also rejecting any inappropriate treatment that exceeded their powers in more than 50,000 medical and aesthetic treatments performed throughout his career of over 20 years of experience.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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