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3 Natural Remedies for Vein Treatment California

Are you having pain or numbness in the lower part of your leg due to prolonged standing or sitting working hours? Do you have the tendency to ignore the pain thinking that spider veins or varicose veins are a woman’s problem? Nearly 43.37% of men in the United States aged above 40 years suffer from vein conditions. The bulgy veins that appear to be lumpy and bluish or purplish in color form around the lower legs in most cases. This is a common problem prevalent more in women, especially those who are going through hormonal imbalance due to menopause or pregnancy. This condition can also be caused due to age, overweight, when the veins tend to lose their natural elasticity. Varicosities can also occur due to genetic factor.

Beverly Hills, California, serves to be the most popular city in the US because of the extravagant lifestyle. This is a tourist spot for vacationing and shopping as well. However, in the last few years, it has added another feather to its cap by being the most visited place for plastic surgery. Celebrities from all across the world flock here to get the best treatment from legendary surgeons. Apart from Beverly Hills, Huntington Beach also serves to be one of the most renowned vein treatment California cities.

The renowned doctors in California treat varicose veins conditions by different ways to prevent the disease. The methods range from natural oil medications, to compression stockings, to non-invasive surgeries like sclerotherapy, to expensive invasive surgeries. Prior to going for expensive laser surgeries and prescription crèmes, you can try some natural home remedies to lower the appearance of the bulging veins. In fact, most doctors advise to make certain modifications in the lifestyle, before conducting any treatment or surgery.

The natural treatments for varicose veins are as follows:

  1. Exercise: Regular exercise helps to improve the blood flow and decreases the inflammation. Standing or sitting for long hours without the movement of the legs result in increased chances for varicose veins. Regular exercise also helps to balance the hormones naturally and lets you maintain a lower blood pressure and healthy body weight. You can consult a professional and perform some basic exercises like bicycle legs, leg lifts, side lunges, and calf raises, to stretch and strengthen the veins around the legs.
  2. Anti-inflammatory diet: Intake of certain food helps to reverse the inflammation and improve the flow of blood. This heals varicose veins quicker and prevents the condition from forming in the future. You should avoid food containing alcohol, caffeine, sugar, trans fats, and processed food. Instead, you should opt for high fiber foods, food containing omega-3, some natural diuretics like cilantro, basil, and parsley herbs, seafood and fish, apple cider vinegar, and food rich in magnesium.

Essential oils: You can treat the veins with cypress oil, which comes with the ability to increase the blood flow. You should take five drops of the oil and rub it on the affected area twice a day for several weeks. However, if you experience any side effects like skin blisters, swelling, or muscle ache then other essential oils like lavender, tea tree and peppermint would also work

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Dr. Chane

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