Heat In Summer

It’s the height of summertime and it’s hot. The blazing sun and 90˚F+ temperatures can actually make some symptoms of vein disease worse.

Here are four early signs of venous insufficiency you should watch out for this summer:

Walking into Spring!

It feels like Spring outside! Any activity that keeps your legs moving is beneficial to your veins. Walking is the simplest way to achieve this goal. If you live within walking distance of the local market or post office, ditch the car and take a nice stroll to your destination.

Vein Health While Traveling

With Thanksgiving and Christmas just weeks away it means time to travel for most of us. Travel often disrupts your exercise routine and forces you to stay in confined spaces like cars or airplanes. During flights, restricted movement, lower oxygen pressure and dehydration cause blood to pool in your legs, increasing your chances of developing Deep Vein Thrombosis or blood clots.