Get Rid of Varicose Veins with a Medical Food

Varicose veins and Spider veins starting to show up on your legs? A little ankle swelling here and there? Achy legs and feet after walking?

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Varicose Veins – Spider Veins

There’s a new treatment approved by the FDA, touting great results, available by prescription now.

Vasculera is a new treatment for dietary management of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). It is being classified as a “Medical Food”. (Is chocolate a medical food?)

First let’s talk about what your doctor needs to find out before he will write out the prescription. He/she will need to take a thorough history of how long you’ve had the veins or swelling, what makes them worse, and better and other influencing factors. If he decides the symptoms of CVI are not due to any internal condition that needs attention, you will be on to the next test.

Ultrasound – You will be scheduled for ultrasonic evaluation of the valves of your major and minor veins in your legs. They will do real time evaluation of the integrity of each valve starting at the top of your thighs to the ankles, pressing on areas lower than the valves to watch it handle a burst of blood flow. You will be asked to take a deep breath, hold it and bear down to see the competency of the valves, making sure there’s no leaking or backflow which leads to pooling, swelling and varicosities. [Read more…]

6 Tips for Preventing Varicose Veins

The appearance of varicose veins on your legs result from several factors such as heredity, advancing age, overweight, lack of exercise or history of daily activities that require standing or sitting for long periods of time.

The normal flow of blood in your body begins from your heart at pressures high enough to carry oxygen through the muscular larger arteries, on to the smaller capillaries in your fingertips and toes, then back to the heart through veins that do not flex in diameter, but have a series of valves that help propel the blood back to the heart with each heartbeat. The valves open to allow the blood to flow, then close to  prevent backward flow until the next beat which continues the flow, delivering the blood back to the heart for more oxygen. [Read more…]

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