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Unhealthy veins and vascular disease can lead to a number of health problems. Some of the most common complications and health issues resulting from vascular diseases are Aortic Aneurysms, Carotid Artery Disease, and Peripheral Arterial Disease. Here is some helpful information regarding each of these vein related problems.

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    3 Daily Tips to Stay on Top of Vein Care

    According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular-related issues continue to be some of the most common causes of death globally. However, the organization also notes that a healthy lifestyle can greatly reduce the risks for heart complications and diseases. An important part of heart health is taking care of the system of veins in the body as well. Here are three easy ways to maintain vein care.

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    Spider vs. Varicose Veins: Four Critical Distinctions

    While the terms spider veins and varicose veins are often used interchangeably, there are significant differences between these vascular conditions. Those with bulging, twisted veins in the legs should consult a vein specialist who can give a proper diagnosis and recommend effective treatment. There are four key differences between spider and varicose veins.

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    Seven Steps to Soothe Swollen Legs at Home

    Those who are bothered by swelling, or edema, in the legs can take self-care steps at home to ease this uncomfortable symptom. These seven remedies provide effective when the lower extremities become swollen.

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    Get The Facts: Restless Leg Syndrome and Venous Disease

    Pain in the legs; an uncomfortable, itchy feeling; leg cramps—these are just a few of the many unpleasant, unrelenting symptoms restless leg syndrome (RLS) patients experience. This sleep disorder has a very real impact on people, including impeding their sleep, causing stress, and even contributing to other health conditions. There are many possible causes of RLS, and one of those may be venous disease.

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    Pregnancy and Varicose Veins: Everything You Need to Know

    Among the many effects pregnancy has on a woman's body, increased blood volume and decreased blood flow in the legs and pelvis can cause excess pressure on veins in the area. This often leads to varicose veins, an uncomfortable condition in which veins become enlarged and visible through the skin. Here's what you need to know about varicose veins, including which vein treatments may help.

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    Is Your Job Putting You at Risk for Varicose Veins?

    Varicose veins are a common condition that many seek treatment to reduce. Genetics play a role in their development, but it is also possible that some jobs make developing varicose veins more likely. Here are some of the jobs that could put workers more at risk.

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    Preventing and Treating Varicose Veins in Your 20s

    Varicose veins are often associated with age; but genetics, lifestyle, medications, pregnancy, and other factors can contribute to the visibility of swollen veins under the skin of people of all ages. People in their 20s often feel embarrassed about having varicose veins, but there are options for preventing and treating them as a young adult.

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    Can Practicing Yoga Help Improve Vein Health?

    Yoga enthusiasts often proclaim that the practice offers a range of potential health benefits, including a better immune system, decreased stress, and improved heart health and circulation. While yoga probably won't treat or prevent specific vein problems such as varicose veins, it may be beneficial to the body's circulation and overall vein health.

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