Examples of conservative options for addressing varicose
veins, spider veins, or any type of venous insufficiency include making some reasonable lifestyle changes. Some examples are:
diet: Practicing portion control, choosing healthier food options, and dining out at restaurants less are just a few of the ways you can change your diet. It’s no secret that weight loss can
positively impact your overall health but losing excess weight can also significantly lessen the pressure on your legs veins in particular, resulting in improved blood flow.
more: Whether it’s walking for just 20 minutes a few times a week or taking the stairs instead of the elevator at work, finding ways to increase your body’s movement can help the blood
circulate in your legs and throughout your body.
between standing or sitting often: Many people might be surprised to learn that prolonged periods of standing or sitting can negatively effect your vein health. Making a conscious decision
to shift between sitting and standing greatly contributes to better blood circulation.
looser-fitting clothing: Wearing tight clothes can hinder blood flow, especially in the groin, thighs, and waist areas. Clothing that allows you greater range of motion will not only add to
your comfort but to your overall vein health.