After a hard day of work, many of us get into bed with the feeling of absolute exhaustion. We tend to ignore the signs our body is giving us and rule it down to over-doing and over-activity. Restless legs syndrome is a common occurrence among many people, especially at the end of the day. RLS can occur in a variety of forms, and can be easily recognized by identifying the symptoms.
Although many people are unaware of this fact, varicose vein disease is one of the most common diseases affecting millions of Americans today. Nearly a third of the entire U.S. population suffer as a result. While treatment options are becoming widely accessible and require no-downtime or invasive procedure, if you know that you do suffer from varicose veins, it is important to avoid or minimize your exposure to any of the following items:
The summer is in full swing and the heat is here as well. While the summer brings plenty of opportunity to be active outdoors it may also play a role on your varicose veins. Varicose veins are the result of broken vein valves that can no longer pump blood back to the heart as intended. These vein valves can become damaged from increased pressure from standing long period of the day, increased weight, sports injuries, and multiple pregnancies. However, the most common cause is due to your family genetics.
It is common for many men to think that they are somewhat immune to various ailments that seemingly affect women. Whether the belief comes from the long history of generally ignoring pain until it becomes unbearable or from an avoidance of visiting the doctor, men frequently put off treatment.