Holistic Healing For Varicose Veins Pt 1
Holistic Healing For Varicose Veins. Varicose veins are no fun for anyone, but unfortunately they are a reality
for many people and they tend to run in families. Females are twice as likely to develop varicose veins than are
It is estimated that in the United States approximately 20 percent of adult women and 10 percent of adult men
have varicose veins, the extent of them varying from mild to moderate to severe. Varicose veins can easily develop
on any part of the body but they most often appear on the legs and feet due to pressure.
Having excess weight on the body can aggravate a case of varicose veins tremendously. Varicose veins can be
painful and they also can be unsightly to look at but for the most part they are a cosmetic problem that will not
affect the way the legs or feet work. When varicose veins become swollen and inflamed as they sometimes do, they
can become tender and sore to touch and this can then lead to problems with the circulation of blood.
The circulation problem can reach the point where the skin is itchy, the ankles are very swollen and in some
cases the leg or foot with the varicose veins is very sore. There are many different types of alternative and
holistic therapies that can help improve a case of varicose veins. Some of these therapies work better for some
people than others.
It would do you well to discuss the options with your doctor and/or your healthcare practitioner and then try
out a variety of therapies to see which one works best for your condition.
Alternative therapies to try include:
- acupuncture and/or acupressure,
- color therapy,
- diet and supplements,
- herbal therapies,
- juice therapy,
- Schuessler tissue salts,
- and yoga.
There are certain kinds of exercise that are often recommended for people who suffer from varicose veins. The
symptoms of varicose veins are easy to recognize.
Today's Holistic Tip for Pain
Pain TreatmentWhen the walls of the veins are then pushed as far apart as possible this means that the valves are no longer able to seal as they were meant to. This in turn makes it extremely difficult for the muscles to push the blood in the direction it is supposed to go, which is in an uphill direction. The blood is supposed to easily flow from one valve and onto the next valve but instead the blood begins to pool in a vein which then causes the pressure in the vein to increase which heightens the chance that congestion will take place in the vein and will change the way the vein works in that it will contort, twist and bulge in an unnatural fashion. Superficial veins are closer to the surface of the skin and they have much less support from muscles than do deep veins which means that the chance that they will become varicose is much greater. Varicose veins can occur whenever there is a great deal of extra pressure placed on either the abdominal area or the legs. holistic pain relief
Varicose veins are dark blue blood vessels that are very prominent and are most often found in the
legs and feet. Varicose veins cause the legs to be sore and to ache, be tender or feel heavy. Very often varicose
veins in the legs often causes there to be swelling in the ankles and the feet sometimes will swell after a person
stands for a considerable amount of time.
This can be very painful for people who have jobs where they have to stand all of the time such as
wait staff and retail clerks. Superficial varicose veins appear as bulging and ropelike veins that are blue in
color. Often varicose veins and aching in the leg area as well as a feeling of heaviness goes together and this is
often accompanied by swelling.
Skip your regular cup of coffee or tea, and replace it with a chamomile tea.
Chamomile has anti inflamatory properties and is also a good digestive aid.
A deep varicose vein will causes aching and heaviness but there will not be any prominent veins and no veins
that are blue in color. Sometimes varicose veins cause skin to be discolored and to peel and they can also cause
skin ulcers to develop. When it comes to varicose veins there is usually constant pain in the legs and feet as
opposed to intermittent pain.