Varicose veins in the legs are hereditary disease, which affects mostly women. But the appearance of this disease can be prevented or alleviated.
Heaviness and cramps in the legs, swelling of the joints and legs, blunt pain, tingling and itching in the legs are the first signs that something is wrong with the blood flow in the veins. An estimated 15% of people have these symptoms, out of which three quarters are women. Problems with the veins are usually hereditary. In families in which both parents suffered from varicose veins in 80% of cases, the same fate will befall their children.
Main causes for occurrence of varicose veins:
– Long standing or sitting at work or at home. The absence of muscle contractions for longer period of time disables the constant suppression and blood flow.
– Increased body weight makes extra pressure, and hampers the return of blood from the veins into the heart.
– Pregnancy not only increases the risk of varicose veins by fetus applying pressure on the small pelvis, but increased secretion of hormones of pregnancy (estrogen, progesterone, HCG), also weaken the walls of the veins and valves.
– Women are at greater risk when it comes to occurrence of varicose veins and capillaries. Hormonal changes during pregnancy or menopause have a major contribution to this phenomenon.
– Aging is an important risk factor for the occurrence of varicose veins. This leads to weaker elasticity of veins and venous valves that regulate blood flow.
Recipe against varicose veins
– 1 cup of fresh sheep milk
– 1 baby soap
Method of preparation:
Grate the soap, add it in the milk and use the resulting mixture in order to rub the affected areas (from the bottom up) 3 times a day.
After that you need to apply coatings on your legs, with a greater amount of the mixture, for 10 days.
Once you start the procedure continue to apply the mixture up to a month. Of course, you need to do it 3 times a day.
You will notice the first positive results after the second week.
Remember to store the mixture in the refrigerator.