Category Archives: Vein Health

Varicose Veins Columbia SC

Signs of The Time

Millions of people are struggling with vein issues like muscle cramps, visible bulging, and leg fatigue. Even when symptoms of varicose veins occur regularly, there may be a question about whether or not a vein specialist should be consulted. The perspective that we take in our Columbia, SC vein clinic is that ongoing pain related […]

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Standing Desks: Are They Worth the Investment?

We’ve been told for some time now that sitting for long stretches can be bad for our health. This is more than an old wives tale; a sedentary lifestyle that involves sitting in traffic to get to work, sitting at a desk all day, sitting in traffic to get home, then sitting in front of […]

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Vein Health: Is Yoga a Do or a Don’t?

In the past few years, the buzz about yoga has reached global volume. It seems like we hear about one or another benefit just about every day. You may have heard that yoga is an excellent form of exercise or that yoga movements are excellent if you want to improve flexibility. You may have even […]

Tips for Expectant Mothers to Manage Vein Health

Pregnancy is one of the factors related to the development of varicose veins and spider veins. Expectant mothers who are aware of this risk may feel concerned long before any evidence of venous insufficiency appears. Because research suggests that as many as one-quarter of adult women will develop this problem, and that starting point may […]

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Vein Disease and The Heart: Is There a Connection?

Vein disease can be alarming due to the cosmetic repercussions that it brings. Beyond cosmetics, though, there are additional concerns that may coincide with the development or worsening of the bulging veins that stand out on the legs and ankles. The aching and heaviness that is caused by pooling blood can inhibit the active lifestyle […]

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Vein Health During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a very exciting time in life and a time that brings an enormous reward. During those nine months, however, a woman may encounter numerous frustrations. Some of them may feel quite concerning. Varicose vein development is one example. Here, we want to discuss a few tips for vein health during pregnancy. Early Pregnancy […]

When a Skin Condition May Not Be What You Think | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, SC

When a Skin Condition May Not Be What You Think

Changes to the appearance of the skin might sometimes provoke a bit of concern. This largest organ of the body is in a constant state of flux. From one day to the next, millions of skin cells are shed and regenerated. At least that is the norm. Dermatologic conditions are not uncommon, and often result […]

Want to Avoid Varicose Veins? Watch your Stress! | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, South Carolina

Want to Avoid Varicose Veins? Watch your Stress!

In many ways, life has become increasingly easy. We have cellular phones to keep us in touch with everything and everyone imaginable; microwaves to heat food nearly instantly; you get the picture.  All the ease that has been created by technology, though, is offset by one thing: stress. That’s right. It may seem as though […]

The Way to Healthy Veins is Through the Stomach | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, SC

The Way to Healthy Veins is Through the Stomach

We’ve all heard the adage “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” We could say that the stomach is a portal through which we can achieve quite a lot. Research has confirmed that what we eat matters. It even matters to something as simple as your veins. Eating well promotes overall health […]

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