Taking Care of Your Veins

Taking Care of Your Veins

While genetics is connected to the development of varicose veins and spider veins, there is still plenty you can do to ease the pain and discomfort they cause, as well as prevent further problems. We want you to know how diet, exercise and other lifestyle changes can...
How Aging and Veins Connect

How Aging and Veins Connect

There are several big factors that can play a role in your vein health, and perhaps the biggest single factor here is age. Vein damage is a cumulative thing that builds up over time, and the longer you’re alive, the more stress your veins have gone through. At Abella...
Basics on Water and Pool Exercise Therapy

Basics on Water and Pool Exercise Therapy

When it comes to varicose veins, time in water or a pool can be very beneficial. At Abella Health, our spider vein and varicose veins treatment programs often include an element of swimming or pool exercise. Why is this kind of activity so beneficial for people with...
Debunking Myths About Varicose Veins

Debunking Myths About Varicose Veins

Over the years, there has been a lot of confusion and misinformation regarding varicose veins. Contrary to what some believe, they are not caused by crossing your legs. They can be caused by pregnancy though. Exercise helps prevent, not cause, them. Their appearance...
Why is My Skin Changing?

Why is My Skin Changing?

Varicose Disease, Swelling, Skin Changes and Ulcers A high percentage of people suffer from some form of varicose disease, and unfortunately, a high percentage of those with the disease don’t do anything about it. Often, symptoms like leg heaviness and slight pain are...
What are the symptoms of venous disease?

What are the symptoms of venous disease?

Vein problems are common, but many aren’t sure if what they’re experiencing deserves medical attention. If the texture, color, and shape of your legs is changing, or different than it was before, you may be experiencing symptoms of venous disease. Heaviness, restless...