Tuesday, January 12, 2010

How Varicose Veins Develop?

How Varicose Veins Develop And How They Become Painful? http://ping.fm/j3bRM

Because of this, the veins of the legs have valves, so the blood cannot go up again to drop under its own weight. This pumping is done by moving the leg muscles, so walking is an excellent exercise to activate the movement of the legs.

For various reasons when the body is unable to make the blood flow back to the heart, it is stagnant, and having the glass site (vein) is procrastinating. At first, by promoting venous return, this vein dilation disappears and returns to normal. But if it lasts too long, the vein is yes, it "gives", the valves stop working and the problem will be solved when no longer favors the return.

Dilated vessels are called varicose veins, and can appear anywhere in the body, although most frequent in the legs.

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