Everyone loves summer but the high temperatures can cause your veins to dilate and increase swelling and discomfort. The summer time can bring about an increase in skin sensitivity along with itching, tenderness, and rashes.
As if the hot sun wasn’t enough reason for you to spend your summer in the pool, we have one more reason that we think might persuade you to get into the water this summer.
Spider veins and varicose veins are about as pleasant as a spider. Maybe they keep you from being able to wear a bathing suit in the summer time or dresses in the spring time. Varicose and Spider veins effect a number of people so we are going to look at some of the differences, as well as the symptoms, causes, and home remedies for varicose veins.
What some people don’t know is that March is Deep-vein Thrombosis Awareness Month and by some people, I mean most people. In fact, it has been found that 74% of people don’t even know what Deep-vein Thrombosis is. However, though it’s not well known, it is also not rare.
Before jumping into complicated topics with the veins and the importance of health with veins and arteries, we are going to briefly explain vasculature. Take a read here to learn more.