I know my spider veins are ugly, but there really isn’t anything I can do about them. This is a…
More commonly known as venous insufficiency, venous reflux disease is a medical condition that circulation of blood in the legs. And, because it affects blood circulation, venous reflux disease can lead to a number of health complications. Some of the causes of venous reflux include a sedentary lifestyle, having a job that requires long periods of sitting or standing, family history of varicose veins and other circulation problems, being overweight, and smoking, among others. The good news about venous reflux disease sufferers don’t necessarily have to live with their condition. Vein centers and throughout the country have a number of options that can treat venous reflux disease and help to restore proper blood flow.
When most people hear the term varicose veins, they automatically think that it means because you have varicose veins that they are only present in your legs. However, you might be surprised to know that varicose veins are present in other parts of your body as well. There are a few different types of varicose veins and many different options to get rid of each one of these types depending on the vein itself, type of varicose vein, the colors, sizes, etc. Below, we will be talking about all types as well as treatment for each one available.
Millions of adults have experienced leg swelling at one time or another, for one reason or another. There are so…
When it comes to spider veins, a lot of people actually think they are the same exact thing as varicose…
What you eat has a huge impact on your oral health. It seems so obvious, doesn’t it? Pretty much everything we eat or drink touches our teeth in one way or another. We chew certain foods. We drink liquids, and they pass over our teeth. So, if everything we eat has an impact on our teeth, then why do so many of us not consider our teeth and our diets when we’re considering what to have for lunch? The fact is that diet plays a huge role in dental health, but not just because foods and beverages come into direct contact with our teeth. The nutrients found (or not found) in foods also play a vital role in the health of our teeth. Following are answers to common oral health questions about how various vitamins and minerals affect the health of your teeth.
Cosmetic issues always seem to be an issue in our social environment these days. You have to look a certain way, dress a certain way, weigh a certain weight, etc. But, what about people that just can’t help it or they have things about themselves such as varicose veins that they are embarrassed by or ashamed of? Honestly varicose veins are nothing to joke about nor are they just cosmetic. In fact, these little veins that can sometimes look like they are bulging out of a person’s leg and are blue or green in color, can become quite serious if they are not looked at by a professional. These veins are beneath the skin, but they tend to jut outwards looking like a tangled pile of twisted cords. These do tend to appear on the legs and nowhere else.
Varicose veins. We all know they’re those unsightly reddish, purplish, twisted veins that pop out of the skin. But what are the signs and symptoms of varicose veins? Do they come with age? If so, will everyone get varicose veins as they get older? What about young people? Can they get varicose veins also? How can you tell if you have varicose veins? Are they painful? Do they lead to other health complications? There are a number of symptoms of varicose veins, and their signs are pretty straightforward. However, not all such veins are considered varicose veins. Some of the veins that are visible under the skin are referred to as ‘spider veins.’ It’s important to know the signs and symptoms of varicose veins, and the differences between spider veins and varicose veins. Following is information from vein treatment centers in New Jersey about the symptoms, what to watch out for, and potential complications for those who suffer from severe symptoms of varicose veins.
RLS or more commonly known as Restless Leg Syndrome, may seem like not a big deal to people that don’t have it. But, for the 10% of the population that does have RLS it’s a condition that can essentially interrupt your life and make certain things, like sleeping soundly, really difficult. Since it mainly has to do with sleep, it is considered a sleep disorder, though some people say that they also have symptoms during the day time as well. Essentially, the name itself defines what this condition really is; having restless legs. But, it’s much more than just that. Most people that experience RLS deal with the uncomfortable and sporadic sensation of a pulling in their arms or legs. It’s a really annoying condition to say the least, especially while trying to sleep. Most of the people that have this condition will try to move their legs while sleeping in order to relieve the symptoms – for some people it works, and for others it does not. Other people say they feel pins and needles in their limbs, or a bug-crawling like sensation under the skin. These sensations tend to worsen when sitting still or lying down.
When you hear people talking about ‘recession,’ they’re never talking about anything good. An economic recession can have an impact on your wallet, your job, and your lifestyle. And, believe it or not, so can gum recession. Recessed, or receding, gums can cause bacteria to build up in your mouth. They can cause gaps to form between the teeth. They can even cause the roots of teeth to become exposed, and that can cause pain. So what causes gum recession? Is it something that happens with age, or can young people have recessed gums, too? And, the most important question of all is there anything you can do to prevent gum recession? These are some of the most common dental questions asked of dentists concerning recessed gums.