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How to Get Rid of Varicose Veins Naturally In 2 Easy Steps

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Are you frustrated that no matter all the attention you give to your legs, your veins continue to worsen?

I had the same exact frustration not too long ago. My biggest fear was not finding a solution and ending up with legs so bad when I’m older than I could not use them! Our legs are an important part of our body.

So I asked myself: how do you really relief yourself from the pain? And how do you prevent the formation of varicose veins and spider veins?

Venous disease may have multiple contributing factors. From body postures to emotions, many things affect your circulation. But all the factors can be divided into two steps. Follow those two steps and you will not only get rid of varicose veins, but also get healthy looking legs for the rest of your life. Here are the two steps:

Note: An extra first step may be required if some of your veins are already enlarged past a certain point. If that is your case, get them treated first. Otherwise, your older varicose veins may undermine the effort you will put by applying the two steps system on this page.

 Step 1: Reduce the pressure on your veins

To get rid of varicose veins naturally, you first need to reduce the pressure on your veins. Your veins, especially those in your legs, have to pump the blood “up hill” to the heart, against gravity. If you are prone to varicose veins, this extra work on your lower body can cause your veins to enlarge.

Fortunately, simple lifestyle changes can greatly reduce the pressure your veins have to endure. Talk with your doctor to see which of the options of STEP 1 are best for you.

  •  Exercise correctly

Some sports are not recommended due to their impact on the legs. Short impacts can block the blood flow and amplify the pressure on your veins.

If for any reason you want to continue practicing the sports that are not recommended, make sure to wear compression stocking and reinforce your veins with the right supplements.

Other sports, such as skiing, are not recommended because the boots immobilize the feet and prevent the calf muscles from pumping the blood back up.

Breathing is also very important to prevent varicose veins during a workout. If you block your breathing when applying force during an exercise, you are causing intense pressure on your venous system. Remember to always breathe out when exerting effort. Never hold your breath.

Recommended Swimming, fast-paced walking, biking, tai chi, yoga and stretching
Not Recommended Skiing and water skiing, squash, tennis, football, weightlifting, boxing, karate,
judo, taekwondo, stairmaster, running
  • Wear the right pair of shoes

Shoes can make all the difference. Look for shoes that have low heals. Wearing low-heeled shoes actually helps tone your calf muscles, promoting better circulation in your legs. Some new shoes, being marketed to women who want to improve the appearance of their legs and buttocks while walking, are also helpful for anyone who want to get rid of varicose veins naturally.

Now that we are talking about clothes, don’t wear any underwear or pants that are tight at the waist or in the groin.  This acts as a tourniquet that restricts blood flow and can increase your risk of developing varicose veins.

  • Drinking water helps to lose weight

    Keep a reusable water bottle at your side at work and while working out.

    Maintaining a healthy body weight

Excess weight is another risk factor that may possibly changes the percentage of individuals who will develop varicose veins or spider veins. By keeping body weight down to manageable levels and maintaining a healthy diet and regular exercise program, you will be able to keep the pressure on your veins to a minimum.

Obese people report more symptoms such as pain (aching, throbbing). The importance of symptoms are proportional to the person’s body mass index.

A quick way to know if you have a healthy weight is to measure your own body mass index (BMI). Use this link to easily calculate your BMI.

  • Drink enough water throughout the day

Drinking water helps to soften the stools. When you pass stools more easily, you put less strain on the leg veins which will also help prevent hemorrhoids. Additionally, drinking water is a great way to lose weight and shed those extra pounds.

Keep a reusable water bottle at your side at work and while working out. A little bit of water often is better than a lot of water once in a while.

  •  Wear compression stockings

Not a new solution, but still one of the best! I wouldn’t go anywhere without a pair of compression stockings to keep my legs strong throughout the day. They definitively helped me to get rid of varicose veins.

  • Elevate the foot of your bed

When you are lying down at night, an easy way to reduce the pressure on your legs is to elevate them above your heart. A simple way to do that is to add a couple of phone books one under each side of your bed. That’s going to elevate the foot of your bed so that way your feet will always be higher than your heart, no matter how many times you roll over in the middle of the night.

Step 2: Reinforce the walls of your veins

The latest studies point to the fact that alterations in the vein wall precede any other change during varicose vein formation. Your goal then is to find which options you can use to increase your venous tone. Because of genetic factors predisposing you of varicose veins, you may need to take a few extra ‘reinforcers’ compare to the average individual.

  • Avoid the heat, seek the cold

One of the only time of the day that I can stand up without any compression stocking and not feel any pain or swelling in my legs is when I’m taking a cold shower. This is one of the best natural remedies for varicose veins you can use because cold causes constriction of the superficial veins, by direct stimulation of the smooth muscle lining these vessels. It is generally an easy treatment to do within your own home.

If you are not used to take cold shower, start slow. Try lowering the temperature gradually each day. Depending on where you live, this may not be as easy as it sounds. Cold showers in Canada are a lot colder than in California. Alternating between warm and cold is another option that can also work.

  • Butcher's Broom helps with varicose veins

    Butcher’s Broom is one of the herbs that naturally strengthen your veins

    Take natural supplements

The best and the only proven way to reinforce your veins is with natural supplements. Some specific herbs and fruit extracts have been proven to safely treat and prevent varicose veins.

Conclusion to Get Rid of Varicose Veins Naturally and Successfully

To get rid of varicose veins naturally and successfully, you have to apply both step one and step two.

From my experiences, most books and doctors only recommend one of those action steps. For example, a doctor may recommend his patient consulting for varicose veins to simply wear compression stocking. The patient does and will probably be happy that the pain from his varicose vein is now gone.

The compression stockings are acting on the first factor: the pressure on the veins. But the patient will be surprised to see a new varicose vein on his leg a few months later.

That is because working on only one of the approaches does not work at getting rid of varicose veins.

Wearing compression stocking will improve the symptoms but it will not reinforce the veins. You need to combine the compression with a factor that will strengthen the walls of your veins (with the right supplements). This combination makes all the difference. Those two complementary steps, when used simultaneously, are the best and probably the only way to truly get rid of varicose veins naturally for life.

Source: http://www.varistop.com/how-to-get-rid-of-varicose-veins-naturally/

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