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You most definitely have noticed how your legs change as the time passes? In this article you will be able to find details on what it is what is happening to you and your legs, why it is happening, and how to maintain your good looking legs by choosing the right varicose veins treatment. The good news: there is effective medicine available to resist the unpleasant symptoms of the disease and to heal the disturbed blood flow.

Varicose veins usually affect legs and feet because of regular increase in blood pressure. The venous valves responsible for handling the blood-flow (opening and closing when needed to prevent back-flow) this way start to have trouble with sealing. This makes it difficult for the muscles to push the blood back towards the heart and the blood begins to accumulate at certain location in the vein, increasing the likelihood of congestion. Often it causes the vein to twist thus making it visible. Yes, those are the unpleasant, unsightly dark blue spots that appear on the legs.

Most women over 30 after childbirth bear the greatest risk of varicose veins (compared to 15% of men). Other factors include genetics (the risk of disease is greater if a close family member has it), your age (your veins lose elasticity as you grow older), obesity (being overweight means extra blood pressure in your veins) and occupation (prolonged sitting, standing, traveling by plane and other similar "activities" can make the matters even worse).

The varicose veins symptoms might include cramps in your legs at night, hot feet or itching. And, yes, as already been pointed out, it affects the look of your legs as well. The veins become visible and palpable. Since the varicose veins can be caused from a chronic high blood pressure, which dilates the vein, cutting back on strong tea and coffee is highly recommended. If you feel your veins are causing you significant discomfort, or you have developed complications, you most likely will require treatment to ease symptoms, to treat the complications such as leg ulcers, swelling or skin discolouration and for cosmetic reasons. If your condition do require treatment, the type of treatment you will receive will depend on your overall health, and the size, position and severity of your veins.
Studies show that one of the best options for the varicose veins treatment is DAFLON 500 mg, which boosts the venous tone and makes the blood circulation better. The recommended dosage is 2 tablets daily. DAFLON is an effective prescription-free treatment available for order on-line.



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