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Varicose veins or chronic venous insufficiency is a condition that can be quite discomforting, including affecting the appearance of our legs.

We will dig a little deeper into the subject, so it’s important first to know basic aspects of possible side effects resulting from varicose veins. We have previously discussed what causes varicose veins, such as genetics, lifestyle, digestion, or care for our health in general but, do you know at what age can the first symptoms of spider legs manifest?

In this article, we will analyze the specific ages at which the varicose veins symptoms may appear, to a greater or lesser extent, regardless of whether we are genetically predisposed to contracting this condition or not so that you may receive a timely varicose vein treatment.

Studies at the Peninsula Medical School of Plymouth University, England, show that by the age of forty, both men and women can present complications of chronic venous insufficiency, but this does not mean that only when reaching this age, a person can manifest spider veins or discomfort typical of varicose veins. One of our vein specialists, Dr. Gerardo Saldaña, says that there is no specific age range for symptoms to appear, but there may be patients aged 15 or 16 up to those of mature age who may develop them.

All bodies are unique, and the development of diseases may vary from patient to patient. Specifically, in the case of women, the period when varicose veins appear is from ages 18 to 58. However, the causes are varied, such as:

  • Genetics
  • Pregnancy
  • When a person begins to work
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Physical condition
  • Hormonal changes
  • Decreased sex life

In addition to being an aesthetic problem, painful varicose veins can become extremely uncomfortable when performing our daily routine since complications affect the movement and agility of the legs.

Remember that it is always best to consult with a specialist who can give you the best solution to any venous insufficiency symptoms. At Veinco Vascular Specialties, we have the experience, expertise, and technology to provide top-of-the-world varicose vein treatments. Also, we provide our patients with practical tips to feel and look pretty. Consider the following tips for enjoying spring and great weather.

3 Tips to Enjoy Health Legs During Spring

Spring Break will be here before you know it. Have you prepared your legs to enjoy your vacations to the fullest? If the answer is no, today we will give you some practical solutions so that nothing limits you and you feel comfortable to show off your legs free of varicose veins to everyone. Take note!

1. Say goodbye to spider veins

After a few sclerotherapy sessions, your spider veins will no longer be a problem. During this procedure, the spider veins socialist injects saline fluid into damaged veins, thus causing them to collapse and redirect blood flow to a healthier vein. Sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure. Sessions do not last more than 30 minutes and are extremely safe.

2. Deep varicose veins? Never again!

If your problem is more than superficial, you may need a procedure that treats your varicose veins from the root. One of the most effective solutions to get rid of all the symptoms of the varicose problem is the ClosureFast® procedure, a therapy that collapses the veins through radiofrequency with controlled temperature.

3. Your stockings will become your best allies

Sometimes, there are no visible signs of varicose veins. However, your genetics may make you susceptible to develop this vascular problem. Hence, we recommend using compression stockings. This garment is ideal for promoting circulation in the lower body area thanks to its anatomy specially designed to pressure the indicated areas. Bauerfeind ® offers you an excellent variety of designs and functions within its compression tights line. If you are interested in buying yours, visit their website at www.bauerfeind-group.com/en and discover the ideal models for you.

Spring Is One of the Best Times for a Varicose Vein Treatment

Spring is a great season when vein specialists and varicose vein surgeons treat patients regarding any vascular problem, and here we tell you why.

Varicose veins are one of the most common diseases among Latinos. However, that does not mean that you should overlook any of its signs or symptoms, especially if you want to show off healthy and smooth legs during this spring break. One of the most common complaints from patients who suffer from this disease is the heaviness and burning in the affected veins. These symptoms increase with the temperature increases when spring begins, thus making them almost unbearable. That is why it is extremely convenient to decide to put a stop to varicose veins once and for all because if you wait until summer to do so, the varicose vein symptoms can get worse.

It is also advisable to take advantage of the good weather that characterizes this season because the recovery of any of the procedures you decide to perform is usually faster, thanks to the days off to take to rest and recover quickly. It is important to consider that it is highly recommended to use custom compression garments after this kind of surgery to prevent any complications regarding your circulation. Therefore, the spring weather is ideal for doing so, as the days bring in excellent weather, and wearing compression stockings is not as annoying as it could be during hot summer days.

Beyond the aesthetic reasons, varicose veins are a vascular problem that can be life-threatening if not treated promptly. At our Vascular Therapy Clinic, you will find a team of professionals with the highest credentials who use the most advanced technology and medical practices to perform the right procedure according to your particular needs and medical history.

Decide to enjoy your spring break worry-free! At Veinco, you will get personalized attention, as well as a diagnosis designed to improve your health and appearance.

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