Posts tagged: workout

Varicose Veins in Feet: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

Living with varicose veins in your feet can damage your self-confidence and limit your choices in shoes. Many people feel varicose veins in their feet are unsightly and end up wearing socks all of the time or avoiding sandals and other exposing shoes in public. To avoid varicose veins, you need to educate yourself on […]

Published on: 19 September 2016
Posted by: Editorial Team

3 Surprising Places Other Than Legs Where Varicose Veins Can Appear

When we talk about varicose veins, we’re usually talking about the unsightly spider or bulging veins that are visible through the skin on our legs. What most people don’t know is that varicose and spider veins can also appear on many other places on the body. Here are three places you didn’t know you could […]

Published on: 16 September 2016
Posted by: Editorial Team

Varicose Veins Workout: Get on a Bike!

If you thought varicose veins were only a problem of the elderly, obese, out of shape, pregnant, or women in general, think again. All these groups might be at a higher risk of varicose veins formation, but that doesn’t mean that nobody else gets them – and unfortunately even athletes and people with healthy and […]

Published on: 1 July 2015
Posted by: Veins

Working Out with Varicose Veins: What Not To Do!

Staying in good physical shape is important for your overall health, there’s no doubt about that. People who are completely healthy can afford to do almost anything they want in the gym, and even very strenuous activities will not hurt them. But what do you do when you’re not in perfect health and as you’re […]

Published on: 13 March 2015
Posted by: Veins

Varicose Veins: Tips on a Healthy Workout

If you think you are spared from varicose veins because you keep yourself in great physical shape, think again! Varicose veins are nasty things that make your legs and arms look like a county road map and if it’s just about the looks, you can consider yourselves lucky. Very often they develop into serious conditions […]

Published on: 26 February 2015
Posted by: Veins