Is There a Varicose Veins Remedy That I Can Try From Home?

Are those painful varicose veins finally reaching your last nerve? Do you wish there was something minimally invasive, even something to try at home to help alleviate the pain? A varicose veins remedy may be simpler than you think, and is covered by most insurance companies. There are vein specialists right here in Tampa who are ready to help get you started on a remedy that works for you, and your schedule. 

 

What’s Involved in a Home Remedy?

There are quite a few home remedies you can try right now to help with pain and discomfort associated with varicose veins. Although there is no home remedy that can completely fix your varicose veins, they can aid with the symptoms until you can seek further medical treatment. One simple way of helping to reduce the pain is to wear compression socks. Using compression socks is always recommended by doctors, and may be the first thing they have you do to help. Compression socks are also advised pre-surgery and post-surgery, helping to aid in decreasing pain.

 

Elevating your legs is another simple ease in your varicose vein symptoms. Keeping your legs upright at or above your heart for a good portion of the day helps reduce the pressure of the varicose veins and improves circulation. Laying in bed or elevating your legs with the use of pillows can get the elevation you need. 

 

Get that Body Moving   

Another great way to help relieve pressure associated with varicose veins is exercise. Not only does exercising aid your varicose vein related pain and pressure, but exercise can also help lower blood pressure, which may ease your vein related issues as well. If you want to exercise, keep in mind that you don’t want to exacerbate the vein issues you already have, so keep the work outs to low-impact activities. Some great low-impact activities include: Swimming, cycling, and walking. The point of these low-impact activities is to help increase your blood circulation, helping to relieve the pain of your varicose veins. It’s important to keep moving and exercising on a daily basis to keep the blood flow moving, especially if you’re working from home or a desk where there’s more sedentary activity than usual. 

 

Ready to Try Something More?

If you feel that the home remedies help, but aren’t getting you the results you want, it may be time to reach out to United Vein Centers. Here at United Vein Centers, we want you to have the best varicose vein remedy available. Our board-certified doctors and vein specialists are ready to help you find the best treatment, with state-of-the-art technology that’s minimally invasive, and can get you back on your feet as soon as the next day. There are facilities all across the U.S. so give United Vein Centers a call or visit and see what we can do for you! 

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