Vein problems can lead to unpleasant symptoms ranging from cosmetic issues to severe pain to spontaneous bleeding. Many people are at risk due to genetics, behavioral habits or nutritional choices. Here, Dr. Gardner shares in his Healthy Vein Checklist some things you can do to be proactive about your vein health. While these are not cures or guaranteed to prevent vein issues, they will increase your overall vein health and can help prevent or delay vein issues for some people.
Nutrition for Vein Health
Behaviors for Vein Health
Life Changes for Vein Health
While these changes cannot guarantee you will never have vein issues, they can certainly put you on a track toward better overall vein health. As always, consult your doctor before beginning an exercise program. To learn more about vein disease, read Top 3 Reasons People Develop Vein Problems.
Download a printable version of this list: Healthy Vein Checklist from The Vein Institute at SSA