In our previous articles you have learned how to treat varicose veins in an natural way. This article explains how this disease can be preveneted. About 40 million Americans are suffering from this venous disease out of which women out number men. As per research individuals who are having a family history of varicose vein are 50% more prone get affected.
varicose veins is an ailment associated with the connective tissue of the veins, which leads to the extensions of the leg veins. Small spider veins can already be the first signs of venous insufficiency. In the initial stage, they represent only a cosmetic problem in the later stage it develops into a not to be an underestimated health risk. With this article we want to show you what actions you can take to prevent varicose veins .
The development of varicose veins
The blood is continuously pumped every day by our blood vessels. Most demanding task is naturally within the range of those parts of the body that need to pass the blood against gravity. This is especially true for the legs, which are of a complex transport system of venous and muscular pumping devices, such as the venous valves.
These valves ensure that the blood does not flow back to the bottom up to the heart and about again. If the vein wall and the connective tissues weaken over the years, the valves no longer function properly. The blood accumulates in the veins, these dilate, emerge and form a varicose vein. Inevitably these varicose veins are associated with circulatory disorders.
Varicose veins can lead to phlebitis
One of the most common reasons for the development of varicose veins is certainly the hereditary connective tissue. But constant sitting or standing, combined with lack of exercise can contribute to the development of varicose veins.
Varicose veins are not at all a cosmetic problem, they are the leading cause of phlebitis, which in turn can cause damage to the blood vessel walls. Caused by varicose veins slower blood flow may contribute to the formation of blood clots, which attach themselves to the walls of veins and trigger a phlebitis. This trend increases the risk of thrombosis.
It is striking that in those people who suffer from circulatory disorders, often an elevated insulin level is determined. This finding suggests a disturbed blood sugar metabolism, which is blamed for the onset of inflammatory processes in the body.
In order to normalize blood sugar, it is necessary, at least temporarily consistently refrain from sugar, cereals and starchy foods, as they greatly increase both the blood sugar and insulin levels. Vegetable oils that are rich in omega 6 fatty acids can be sparingly used. These include sunflower oil, safflower oil, soy oil and grapeseed oil.
These oils contain particularly high in linoleic acid, which the body can eaily digest. Arachidonic acid. The arachidonic acid, if it found excessively on the body they it can trigger inflammation and aggrevate existing inflammatory processes.
Even meat, and here it is particularly worth mentioning that the pork will produce an acid in the body that stimulate the activity of inflammatory mediators which will help to prevent varicose vein.
Change your eating habits
Making a change to your eating habits can naturally cure varicose veins. One of the most important measures for the prevention of inflammatory processes in the body is having an anti-inflammatory, basic diet. Drink daily if possible a green smoothie, eat mainly fresh, vitamin-packed salads, lots of vegetables – which you should often use green vegetables – and select only high-quality fats and oils.
The latter should be selected not only in terms of high quality, but also – as explained above – in terms of their linoleic acid content. Ideal oils such as coconut oil is recommended for for frying, baking and cooking, olive oil is advised for gentle heating, but also for raw food and hazelnut, walnut oil preferably for cold dishes.
Furthermore, the avocado is an excellent source of healthy fats.
You can complete these fats in the cold kitchen with high quality Omega 3 oils, as they are anti-inflammatory and improve the flow properties of the blood. These oils include in particular the linseed oil and hemp oil.
Since generally during inflammatory processes the number of free radicals increases. In order to control the free radicals, food rich in antioxidants has be consumed along with the anti-inflammatory foods.
Regular exercise improves blood circulation
Also, the right level of adequate exercise reduces inflammation readiness of the body. From jogging on asphalt or on the treadmill is not recommended at the time of varicose veins because the vibrations in the legs can enhance the varicose veins.
Sports such as swimming, hiking, biking, walking, dancing, exercise on a soft trampoline etc are highly recommended. All these sports helps to improve the blood flow in the legs and the blood circulation in total which can give immunity against varicose veins.
Elevated CRP levels as a parameter for inflammation
In people with varicose veins and others with circulatory problems there will be an increased volume of the so-called C-reactive protein (CRP). This protein is produced in the liver and has the task of supporting the immune system in destroying bacteria or other pathogens. For this reason, in an acute inflammation phase it is automatically propagated to the body.
The CRP value is therefore used in laboratory tests as a parameter for the severity of inflammation. If your CRP levels are increased, you should as soon as possible to implement the above measures. You will see that the production of inflammation your body will significantly reduce measurably.
Check your Homocysteine levels
When homocysteine is indeed an endogenous, but harmful amino acid that results in the breakdown of the amino acid methionine. Normally it is fully disposed of by the body.
With increasing concentration of homocysteine levels, the amino acid shows a strong heart and vascular damaging effect. It leads to arterial narrowing and hardening of the vessel walls. In a mild to moderate increase in the homocysteine values a targeted intake of B-vitamins (folic acid, B6 and B12) and krill oil (antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect) shows a very good effect.
Of course, taking these health supplements to in parallel with a healthy, anti-inflammatory diet has proved to be highly beneficial.
VASKO, VEINISH, Pomegrante Extract and Grapeseed Extract
For more details about the specific diet plan which has to be followed during varicose veins.
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