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The Truth about Varicose Veins and Physical Activity

There have been many myths around varicose veins, how it is caused, what are the symptoms but can we believe these myths. Some of the myths revolve around physical activity and whether it causes more harm than good. As the winter is approaching many people try to find time to exercise due to being indoors most of the time. Many people often believe that exercise can cause more harm, but should we believe this?
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Do Varicose Veins Come Back After Treatment?

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A common question that we are asked by patients is whether after treating their varicose veins do they ever return later on.  The answer is this - if treated properly by a trained physician at the source of the problem - then no they will not return (less than a 2% chance).

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5 easy steps to Successful Varicose Vein Treatment.

5 easy steps to Successful Varicose Vein Treatment.

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Varicose veins- Benefits of getting the right Treatment

Varicose veins. The benefits of getting the right Treatment.

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Treatments for varicose vein disease have dramatically changed over the last ten years, with advancements in technology increasing the success rates to nearly 100% and reducing the procedure time to under an hour.  While there are many noticeable benefits to seeking proper vein treatment from a certified venous and lymphatic specialist, including an immediate restoration of blood circulation - redirecting blood into properly function veins - some of the biggest benefits come with a little patience and trust in your physician. 

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Why treating your Varicose Veins may help you Sleep.

Can treating your varicose veins help you sleep? Find out How.

According to the National Institute for Neurological Disorder and Stroke (NINDS), nearly 10% of the entire U.S. population suffer from what is know as Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) - a neurological disorder with associated symptoms such as throbbing, pain, and unpleasant tingling sensations. While these symptoms may persist during the course of daily activities, the most distinctive aspect of Restless Leg Syndrome is the fact that lying down or relaxation generally aggravates the condition, meaning frequent nights waking up to move about or difficulty even falling asleep.

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