Forget your heavy and tired legs

Venous diseases affect many women and men in North America. Pathologies related to venous insufficiency are numerous and require effective treatment via compressive therapy.

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Venous diseases are widespread in North America

The severity of these diseases varies depending on the type of vein affected and the extent of the damage. It can range from small superficial varicosities to deep thrombosis. Leg pain is usually the first sign of venous insufficiency, but you should know that pain is not always present. The appearance of varicose veins under the skin is another sign of the disease.

Truncal varices

As soon as the important veins are affected, there is a blood flow back into them. One of the most well known veins is the great saphenous vein, which is therefore mandatory to monitor in order to anticipate the arrival of venous insufficiency. In addition to the aesthetic impacts of blood reflux, additional symptoms such as muscle pain, inflammation or pruritus associated with eczema, which very often affects the person, are also present.

How to treat venous insufficiency?

Compressive therapy is an effective treatment for venous insufficiency. Easy to follow, it requires daily use of adjusted compression socks. Compression stockings have evolved significantly and are now available in a wide variety of knits, patterns and colours.

What are the causes of venous insufficiency?

Poor blood circulation

Dysfunction of venous valves

Venous stasis

Dilatation of vein walls



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