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Let’s have the varicose veins conversation

Whilst varicose veins on your legs are certainly not a conversation starter and may even be a subject you tend to avoid; you are bound to have questions about them. What causes them? Should I be concerned about my leg health? Is there something I can do?


Whilst varicose veins are unsightly, what’s going on inside your legs is of greater importance. In short, varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins on your legs that are a visual sign or symptom of poor circulation and if you have them, you are also likely to experience other symptoms of poor circulation such as pain, heaviness, swelling, itching, stiffness, and cramps in the legs.

Varicose veins do tend to run in families, but your parents are not always entirely to blame because other factors such as excess weight, changes that come with aging, sitting, or standing for long periods of time and lack of physical activity can also play a role.

In terms of being concerned about your leg health, the earlier you start to support your circulation the better because varicose veins can spell trouble overtime if you don’t take steps to assist your leg circulation. The symptoms of poor circulation can slow you down and disrupt your sleep and your lifestyle. Poor circulation is likely to be an ongoing leg health concern if you have varicose veins or any of the symptoms mentioned in this article.

The good news is YES, there is something you can do about your poor leg circulation. 

The Venavine® Range STRENGTHENS, PROTECTS and RELIEVES your legs over time with ongoing use to assist with maintaining your leg health.

Using Venavine® Capsules and Venavine® Intensive Cream together improves circulation, providing multi-action relief from heavy, tired, achy, swollen, itchy and tingling legs. 

Venavine® Intensive cream also provides a cooling and relaxing effect on the skin. 

There is never a better time to start supporting your leg health than now!

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