You’ve developed varicose veins in your lower legs, and the joints in the area are feeling a little achy. Is the joint discomfort somehow related to the presence of the varicose veins? Let’s take a look.
You’re none too pleased with those ropey, bulging veins on your lower legs from a cosmetic perspective, but you're worried whether varicose veins signal a larger cardiovascular issue. Let’s take a closer look.
It’s said that “sitting is the new smoking” when it comes to negatively impacting your health, and there are some good arguments that support this. Among them is the fact that prolonged sitting places you more at risk for varicose veins.
Getting good sleep has been challenging because of restless legs that are keeping you up at night. There’s a good chance that the problem may be vascular-related, in which case vein treatments are the best solution.
While varicose veins may develop more often in women, it doesn’t mean that men are immune from this issue. Far from it. Millions of men in the United States have varicose veins, and here’s what they should know.
Problems in your legs with no apparent cause can often be traced back to issues with your vascular health. Here, we take a look at six symptoms that develop in your legs and how they may be related to your cardiovascular health.