There are some strategies that you can take to help to reduce your chances of developing leg veins or even to prevent your existing leg veins from worsening.
There are many potential causes of varicose veins.
The most common reason for the development of varicose veins is if it runs in your family.
Women are also more prone to developing this vein issue.
Similarly, pregnancy and age are also contributing factors that can promote your leg veins to stop functioning properly.
Below are some of the most commonly recommended measures you can take to prevent leg veins:
In many cases, your doctor may also recommend compression stockings for your vein issues.
Wearing clothing that restricts circulation or even high heels are not recommended when trying to avoid varicose veins.
Additionally, you should refrain from crossing your legs while seated.
Lastly, you should try to stay out of hot tubs or other scenarios where your legs are exposed to excessive heat.
At The Vein Center of Maryland, we offer a variety of services to help treat a range of vein issues.
To find out which treatment is right for you, or for more information on how to keep leg veins from forming, contact us online or give us a call at (410) 970-2314.