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These Are The Symptoms and Signs You May Have a Blood Clot in Your Leg
 
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They might not sound very life threatening, but a blood clot that develops in the deep veins of your leg, if left untreated and unable to dissolve of its own volition, may detach and travel to your lungs, causing a pulmonary embolism (or PE). In most cases, a leg blood clot will form due to lengthy periods of travel, for example if you remain immobile in cramped spaces—such as an airplane or bus—with few opportunities to stretch your legs or get up and walk around. Here are ten signs that you may have a dangerous blood clot in your leg… FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/tabkhat twitter www.twitter.com/miamolosiva source: http://atrending.net/symptoms-signs-blood-clot-need.html http://www.activebeat.com/your-health/10-signs-you-may-have-a-blood-clot-in-your-leg/
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Is Your Calf Pain a Blood Clot!? Do Homan's Test and Find Out.
 
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Home Remedies for Varicose Veins
 
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http://goo.gl/Wo0mDZ - How I got rid of ugly varicose veins. Turns out it is easy to do! Hi! I'm robo-Suzie and today I'll talk to you about Home Remedies for Varicose Veins. Also don't forget to check out the link below, to find out, how I got rid of varicose veins fast and easy! I didn't believe it at first! But back to our topic. Varicose veins are prevalent dilemma individuals encounter when growing old. This is certainly unsightly and occasionally is truly painful. It will worsen if not taken care efficiently. However, there are various natural cures and preventions that you can buy without using the necessary painful surgery. If varicose veins are your problem, these home remedies for varicose veins will direct you the correct and holistic solution to address your varicose veins, but now, we need to define first the problem. What are the Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are veins which are dilated and well-known swollen veins inside the legs. Additionally it is generally known as spider veins. This can takes place everywhere else inside the body. It can come in several colors and appears like an animated spider webs. There are blue, red, green, purple and among others. They are blood clots in your veins. It is indeed a serious thing particularly if it occurs in a blood vessel linking to the brain or heart. Causes, Symptoms and Complications of Varicose Veins. Varicose veins are very common on women than men. It will probably cause coming from the pregnancy, heaviness, aging and extended standing. More causes can be from crossing the legs, abdominal straining or from operations, trauma and obesity. It's also connected to the genetics or heredity. By far the most detailed reason behind varicose veins is unknown. The most symptoms are swelling and ache. Varicose veins might be hurtful. Other large swollen veins would possibly not hurt but makes the legs feel exhausted. In certain cases the lower legs are swollen and this includes the ankles especially if it really is warm. Some varicose may cause complications. These can be phlebitis, bleeding and dermatitis. The dermatitis are red scaling, itchy irritated skin. These at times can cause painful ulcer that doesn't heal. Phlebitis is normally upsetting but hardly harmful. On the other hand, the varicose veins when damage from scratching or shaving can cause bleeding. Different Home Therapies for Varicose Veins. NORMAL HEALTH. Sufferers of varicose veins and chronic phlebitis are treated with Vitamin E antioxidant or Alpha Tocopherol. If you suffered for the past 6 years, start with 300 milligrams, later on 400 milligrams of E vitamin daily. You will definitely become outcome immediately after 4 days. WITH HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. If you had aching legs for four (4) years keeping high blood condition, jump into smaller dose of E vitamin - 150 milligrams. Large dose of Vitamin E antioxidant may raise blood pressure. Increase the dosage slowly and gradually to 225 milligrams within 2 months. Soon after, you will feel the great development as well as a lowered arterial pressure absolutely after 9 months. OVERWEIGHT. In case you are over-weight and moaning of soreness, swelling by the ankle for few years with occasional cramps at the hours of darkness, take 600 units of E vitamin once per day with Calcium and Thyroid Extract and start reducing weight. After four (4) months you will notice a big difference on your own body mass and the swelling will go away. VENOUS LEG ULCERS. In case you have the venous ulcers at your legs, take 400 units Vitamin E daily with 100,000 units of A Vitamin. After seven (7) months, you will definitely feel alive over again and feel no further complaints regarding it. Your leg ulcers shall be wholly well, however, the large dose of Vitamin A should suspend after as it will be dangerous if a lot of it is taken. E Vitamin Increases Blood Circulation. You should remember always that taking Vitamin E before you experience any painful signs or symptoms is the best probable opportunity of preventing against any various kinds of varicose veins. Vitamin E is an antioxidant and consists of a unique capability of letting tissues to employ oxygen better. The weaken veins with Vitamin E can receive more oxygen. High dosage of Vitamin E antioxidant or Alpha Tocopherol is the secret to successful treatment of phlebitis. However, high dosage with this is not really endorsed for persons with high-blood pressure. The initial high dosage may bring up blood pressure sharply. So, in case you have the hypertension, it is suggested you start off with smaller sized dosages and increase slowly and steadily.
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Blood Clots,Recognize,Symptoms, What to Expect-Clip 1
 
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Learn how to recognize Deep vein and Superficial vein thrombosis and what to expect.BLOOD CLOTS -- HOW TO RECOGNIZE 1)Superficial-reddness, mild burning if along the Saphenous vein. Other surface veins may have a visible or palpable lump usually feels like a hard cord or pencil under the skin. Could continue into a DVT You can expect to be put on coumadin and will have only minor impairment if at all. It can be deceptively symptom free until the entire Saphenous vein becomes like a cord most of the way from your thigh down to the ankle. You most likely will not experience any leg swelling but you should see the vein become more prominent and then become hardened. 2)Deep vein-If in calf, dorsa flex the foot. If sharp pain then suspect thrombosis. 3)Deep vein- If between the thigh and knee-Femoral vein Can be difficult to detect at first because it tends to become established before symptoms develop. Symptoms may present as a lower muscle pain or pulled groin muscle. Further these pains may not always be present. They can be intermittent at first misleading you into thinking it's just a pulled muscle.Experience feelings of fluid build up upon standing and weakness in Quads at first . Later a feeling of dizzyness AFTER mild exertion. A craving for sweets for energy. DO NOT attempt to treat with anti-inflammatory NSAIDs like Aleve or Ibuprofen. Tylenol okay to use. Take a couple of aspirin a day until you have a chance to get to a doctor's offc. Do the pinch test to see if you are dehydrated...if skin does not snap back immediately start drinking fluids now. One you first feeling fluid building up and/or dizzyness upon standing you are probably within three days of requiring admission to the ER at the hospital. You will know you have reached a critical stage when your thigh muscles become weak, feel more and more pressure each time you stand and you feel dizzy after walking just a few yards. At this point you must go to the ER but try to have a bowel movement and pee before you go....you probably won't be able to for the next week or so. Just the physical swelling will cause that.DO THESE THINGS RIGHT NOW (TODAY) BEFORE GOING TO THE HOSPITAL FIRST THING: Laxative-If you even think you may have a thrombosis-Start immediately on either All-Bran cereal or Mira-Lax with each meal SECOND THING: Plan ahead-Transport (911=$900)/meals, grocery shopping, business now SECOND THING: Buy a pair of thigh high compression stockings 20-30mm Hg-no Rx nec. WHAT TO EXPECT: At the ER they will put an IV line in you to keep fluids going into your body. Your leg diameter will continue to swell for the next few days. Be sure you ask for a doppler to confirm thrombosis. Your pain levels will increase...you won't be able to walk but a few meters without passing out from orthostatic hypotension. If you are on diuretics for BP CONTINUE THEM. ASK THE HOSPITAL DOC (DAY 1) IF YOU CAN HAVE SOMEONE BRING YOU 20-30 mm thigh high COMPRESSION STOCKINGS FOR IMMEDIATE USE. You will need measurements of your ankle, calf, and thigh at the widest part. You will only use these until about two or three weeks after you get home then order some stockings at 30-40mm for the next 4-6weeks and then go to 40-50mm. As soon as you can (when the 30-40mm began to stretch and lose compression.The hospital may give you some short knee high compression socks which are useless and just slow your progress or they may use a machine with a pressure cuff to stimulate circulation---they usually don't get the cuff adjusted tight enough to do any good....take some control here and do it yourself. Each day, Ask your hospital doc if your vital signs have returned to normal (such as kidney function). If so then don't let the hospital keep putting IV fluid into your body...that just makes your leg feel like it is going to burst plus it makes it almost physically impossible for you to use the toilet in your room no matter where it is. They will argue the IV is for your benefit. Tolerate what you can but take control. You will also feel your upper body begin to retain fluid as well. This will also make going to the toilet a lot more difficult. Until you can get the fluid in your body down (ask doc to use lasix for that) you will be in great pain and pretty immobile and severely constipated and unable to pee. You will be put on Coumadin or Warfarin accompanied with a few shots of Lovenox injections for about ten days. The Coumadin you may be on forever. You will also be given medication for pain.
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Venous Insufficiency: Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis
 
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Venous Insufficiency: Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis What is venous insufficiency? Your arteries carry blood from your heart to the rest of your body. Your veins carry blood back to the heart, and valves in the veins stop the blood from flowing backward. When your veins have trouble sending blood from your limbs back to the heart, it’s known as venous insufficiency. In this condition, blood doesn’t flow back properly to the heart, causing blood to pool in the veins in your legs. Several factors can cause venous insufficiency, though it’s most commonly caused by blood clots (deep vein thrombosis) and varicose veins. Even if you have a family history of venous insufficiency, there are simple steps you can take to lower your chances of developing the condition. Causes of venous insufficiency Venous insufficiency is most often caused by either blood clots or varicose veins. In healthy veins, there is a continuous flow of blood from the limbs back toward the heart. Valves within the veins of the legs help prevent the backflow of blood. The most common causes of venous insufficiency are previous cases of blood clots and varicose veins. When forward flow through the veins is obstructed — such as in the case of a blood clot — blood builds up below the clot, which can lead to venous insufficiency. In varicose veins, the valves are often missing or impaired, and blood leaks back through the damaged valves. In some cases, weakness in the leg muscles that squeeze blood forward can also contribute to venous insufficiency. Venous insufficiency is more common in women than in men. It’s also more likely to occur in adults over the age of 50, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Other risk factors include: blood clots varicose veins obesity pregnancy smoking cancer muscle weakness, leg injury, or trauma swelling of a superficial vein (phlebitis) family history of venous insufficiency sitting or standing for long periods of time without moving Symptoms of venous insufficiency Symptoms of venous insufficiency include: swelling of the legs or ankles (edema) pain that gets worse when you stand and gets better when you raise your legs leg cramps aching, throbbing, or a feeling of heaviness in your legs itchy legs weak legs thickening of the skin on your legs or ankles skin that is changing color, especially around the ankles leg ulcers varicose veins a feeling of tightness in your calves How is venous insufficiency diagnosed? Your doctor will want to do a physical examination and take a complete medical history to figure out if you have venous insufficiency. They may also order some imaging tests to pinpoint the source of the problem. These tests may include a venogram or a duplex ultrasound. Venogram During a venogram, your doctor will put an intravenous (IV) contrast dye into your veins. Contrast dye causes the blood vessels to appear opaque on the X-ray image, which helps the doctor see them on the image. This dye will provide your doctor with a clearer X-ray picture of your blood vessels. Duplex ultrasound A type of test called a duplex ultrasound may be used to test the speed and direction of blood flow in the veins. A technician will place some gel on the skin and then press a small hand-held device (transducer) against this area. The transducer uses sound waves that bounce back to a computer and produce the images of blood flow. How venous insufficiency is treated Treatment will depend on many factors, including the reason for the condition and your health status and history. Other factors your doctor will consider are: your specific symptoms your age the severity of your condition how well you can tolerate medications or procedures The most common treatment for venous insufficiency is prescription compression stockings. These special elastic stockings apply pressure at the ankle and lower leg. They help improve blood flow and can reduce leg swelling. Compression stockings come in a range of prescription strengths and different lengths. Your doctor will help you decide what the best type of compression stocking is for your treatment. Treatment for venous insufficiency can include several different strategies: Improving blood flow Here are some tips to improve your blood flow: Keep your legs elevated whenever possible. Wear compression stockings to apply pressure to your lower legs. Keep your legs uncrossed when seated. Exercise regularly. Medications There are also a number of medications that may help those who have this condition. These include: diuretics: medications that draw extra fluid from your body that is then excreted through your kidneys anticoagulants: medications that thin the blood pentoxifylline (Trental): a medication that helps improve blood flow
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation
 
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation Poor blood circulation through the body is an ever increasing problem, and it can lead to other serious health issues. The usual symptoms of poor circulation start as tingling or numbness in the extremities, like the feet and hands. Cramping and changes in the color and temperature of the skin also can indicate poor circulation problems. Arteriosclerosis Arteriosclerosis is the hardening of the arteries, and it is a major cause of poor circulation problems. The artery walls become thick and hard and cannot move the blood from the heart to the feet and hands. Arteriosclerosis is often a side effect of diabetes and is worsened by smoking, being overweight and not getting enough exercise. High blood pressure and high cholesterol also can cause arterial difficulties. Varicose Veins Varicose veins are what happen when the veins are enlarged. This clogs the flow of blood and causes circulation problems, in addition to the unpleasant purple bulges usually found on the back of the legs. Varicose veins become enlarged due to a build-up of blood, and blood flow becomes restricted. Varicose veins are usually genetic and can become painful and sensitive to the touch. in addition, it can impair circulation in the legs. Thrombophlebitis Thrombophlebitis is a disease that typically strikes acutely and causes a warm tenderness in the legs as they turn a bluish color. Fluid builds up in the buttocks, groin and thighs and causes severe pain. With treatment, phlebitis symptoms can be reduced within a week or two, when chronic discomfort sets in. Patients are relieved of the poor circulation problems only when their legs are elevated. Niacin Deficiency Niacin deficiency can cause poor circulation, among other conditions. The Mayo Clinic reports that healthy niacin levels usually are maintained through a balanced diet. The body needs niacin in small amounts for many bodily functions, including tissue metabolism. Daily niacin requirements can be met by eating meat, eggs and dairy products. Other Causes Other conditions that can affect circulation include liver and kidney disease, lung disease and environmental factors. Exposure to extreme cold can slow down circulation. Chemical irritants, including tobacco smoke, impair the circulatory system. Alcohol and caffeine consumption also can restrict blood flow and cause circulation problems. We always focus on diet first. As sugar, sugary food and glucose can cause inflammation in the arteries, causing cholesterol accumulation on the walls of the arteries which can restrict blood flow, we recommend a healthy diet like the Manna Diet. You also need to do some sort of exercise to keep the blood flowing. An alternative and highly effective natural treatment for enhanced blood flow is the Manna Blood Circulation Support supplement. Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWEoxZsBePnM-qQ3b5Ew9g?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Zone+: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oevk6I1vI0 -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CKqcp2LQbM -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42cHCu7xYbg 5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation By Health Zone + Backsound Free Royalty Licence by Vexento
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DVT UPDATES! Do I Still Have A Blood Clot? (Deep Vein Thrombosis)
 
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation
 
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation Poor blood circulation through the body is an ever increasing problem, and it can lead to other serious health issues. The usual symptoms of poor circulation start as tingling or numbness in the extremities, like the feet and hands. Cramping and changes in the color and temperature of the skin also can indicate poor circulation problems. Arteriosclerosis Arteriosclerosis is the hardening of the arteries, and it is a major cause of poor circulation problems. The artery walls become thick and hard and cannot move the blood from the heart to the feet and hands. Arteriosclerosis is often a side effect of diabetes and is worsened by smoking, being overweight and not getting enough exercise. High blood pressure and high cholesterol also can cause arterial difficulties. Varicose Veins Varicose veins are what happen when the veins are enlarged. This clogs the flow of blood and causes circulation problems, in addition to the unpleasant purple bulges usually found on the back of the legs. Varicose veins become enlarged due to a build-up of blood, and blood flow becomes restricted. Varicose veins are usually genetic and can become painful and sensitive to the touch. in addition, it can impair circulation in the legs. Thrombophlebitis Thrombophlebitis is a disease that typically strikes acutely and causes a warm tenderness in the legs as they turn a bluish color. Fluid builds up in the buttocks, groin and thighs and causes severe pain. With treatment, phlebitis symptoms can be reduced within a week or two, when chronic discomfort sets in. Patients are relieved of the poor circulation problems only when their legs are elevated. Niacin Deficiency Niacin deficiency can cause poor circulation, among other conditions. The Mayo Clinic reports that healthy niacin levels usually are maintained through a balanced diet. The body needs niacin in small amounts for many bodily functions, including tissue metabolism. Daily niacin requirements can be met by eating meat, eggs and dairy products. Other Causes Other conditions that can affect circulation include liver and kidney disease, lung disease and environmental factors. Exposure to extreme cold can slow down circulation. Chemical irritants, including tobacco smoke, impair the circulatory system. Alcohol and caffeine consumption also can restrict blood flow and cause circulation problems. We always focus on diet first. As sugar, sugary food and glucose can cause inflammation in the arteries, causing cholesterol accumulation on the walls of the arteries which can restrict blood flow, we recommend a healthy diet like the Manna Diet. You also need to do some sort of exercise to keep the blood flowing. An alternative and highly effective natural treatment for enhanced blood flow is the Manna Blood Circulation Support supplement. Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation By Stay Healthy
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Reasons For Blood Clots, Causes Of Blood Clots, Facts About Blood Clots You Might Have Not Known
 
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Reasons For Blood Clots Blood clots are a serious condition, but most of the blood clots can be completely avoided. Everything you have to do is to be aware if you're at risk and take some simple preventive steps. Blood clots may travel to the arteries or veins in the brain, heart, kidneys, lungs and limbs, which in turn can cause heart attack, stroke and may also cause damage to the body's organs or even death. Blood Clot Symptoms, Blood Clots Causes, What conditions can cause blood clots?, Blood clot Causes, Blood Clots Symptoms & Signs,Blood Clots - Causes, Symptoms of blood clots,Blood Clots - How They Form and Common Causes, Understand Your Risk for Excessive Blood Clotting,What really causes blood clots?,How Blood Clots Form,What is a blood clot?, Why blood clots are formed?, blood, clots, blood clots, reasons why blood clots are formed?, reasons for blood clots formation, clot in your leg, blood clotting, Blood clots - As the arterial passage narrows, then the strong arterial muscles force the blood through the opening, and the high pressure can cause the plaque to rupture. The Molecules released in the rupture may cause the body to overreact and form unnecessary clots in the arteries, potentially leading to a heart attack or stroke.
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Complications of Sclerotherapy: How to identify the risks and treat problems
 
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Tel 01935 873 951 http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/ http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact info@theveincarecentre.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj Dr Haroun Gajraj of The VeinCare Centre was invited to talk to the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine in London on the topic of complications following sclerotherapy. This video is based on his presentation given in April 2013. http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/ Major complications of sclerotherapy include anaphylaxis, thromboembolism ( deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism), tissue necrosis (either locally or following accidental injection into an artery), neurological events such as visual disturbance, transient ischaemic events (TIAs), stroke, nerve injury, and oedema. Minor complications include telangiectatic matting, pigmentation, retained coagulum, skin irritation and disappointment. Strategies to minimise the risk of complications include avoiding sclerotherapy in those with a known allergy to sclerosant, avoiding sclerotherapy in those with a symptomatic right to left shunt or a patent foramen ovale, using caution in those with migraine or a previous history of neurological events after sclerotherapy. Patients for sclerotherapy should be carefully assessed by history and duplex examination. Proximal reflux is treated first, then varicose veins and finally reticular veins and thread veins. Sclerotherapy should be carefully performed with accurate placement of the correct strength sclerosant in the correct blood vessel with the injections being performed under ultrasound guidance. The volume and concentration of sclerosant should be limited and injections should be performed slowly with low pressure. Post procedure follow up with compression bandages, hosiery (stockings) and release of retained coagulum minimise post procedure complications of sclerotherapy. Sufficient and detailed information to the patient must be provided to confirm valid consent. Serious complications after sclerotherapy can largely be avoided by careful patient selection, meticulous technique and good imaging. Minor complications are common but fortunately they are self limiting. Anaphylaxis although very rare is unpredictable and sclerotherapists must be able to deal with this potentially life threatening complication. Protocols must be in place for transfer and referral of those people who have suffered a serious complication from sclerotherapy. Disclaimer: Health professionals should only provide treatments for which they have proper training and knowledge. This video serves only as a source of additional information to healthcare professionals and the public. Healthcare professionals must keep their knowledge and skills up to date and this review of the complications of sclerotherapy cannot be regarded as exhaustive or complete. Recommendations may change in the light of more recent information. References: Cavessi A, Parsi K Complications of Foam Sclerotherapy Phlebology 2012;27 Suppl1:46-51 Frullini A et al Significant endothelin release in patients treated with foam sclerotherapy Dermatol Surg 2012;1-7 Tran D, Parsi K Veno-arterioloar reflex vasospasm Austr N Z J Phlebol 2007;10:29-32 Nitecki SS, Bass A Inadvertent arterial injury secondary to treatment of venous insufficiency Vascular 2007; 15:49-52 Gillet JL et al Pathophysiology of visual disturbances occurring after foamsclerotherapy. Phlebology 2010;25:261-266 Parsi K Venous Gas Embolism during Foam Sclerotherapy Phlebology 2011;26:140-147 Tel 01935 873 951 http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/ http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact info@theveincarecentre.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation
 
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation Poor blood circulation through the body is an ever increasing problem, and it can lead to other serious health issues. The usual symptoms of poor circulation start as tingling or numbness in the extremities, like the feet and hands. Cramping and changes in the color and temperature of the skin also can indicate poor circulation problems. Arteriosclerosis Arteriosclerosis is the hardening of the arteries, and it is a major cause of poor circulation problems. The artery walls become thick and hard and cannot move the blood from the heart to the feet and hands. Arteriosclerosis is often a side effect of diabetes and is worsened by smoking, being overweight and not getting enough exercise. High blood pressure and high cholesterol also can cause arterial difficulties. Varicose Veins Varicose veins are what happen when the veins are enlarged. This clogs the flow of blood and causes circulation problems, in addition to the unpleasant purple bulges usually found on the back of the legs. Varicose veins become enlarged due to a build-up of blood, and blood flow becomes restricted. Varicose veins are usually genetic and can become painful and sensitive to the touch. in addition, it can impair circulation in the legs. Thrombophlebitis Thrombophlebitis is a disease that typically strikes acutely and causes a warm tenderness in the legs as they turn a bluish color. Fluid builds up in the buttocks, groin and thighs and causes severe pain. With treatment, phlebitis symptoms can be reduced within a week or two, when chronic discomfort sets in. Patients are relieved of the poor circulation problems only when their legs are elevated. Niacin Deficiency Niacin deficiency can cause poor circulation, among other conditions. The Mayo Clinic reports that healthy niacin levels usually are maintained through a balanced diet. The body needs niacin in small amounts for many bodily functions, including tissue metabolism. Daily niacin requirements can be met by eating meat, eggs and dairy products. Other Causes Other conditions that can affect circulation include liver and kidney disease, lung disease and environmental factors. Exposure to extreme cold can slow down circulation. Chemical irritants, including tobacco smoke, impair the circulatory system. Alcohol and caffeine consumption also can restrict blood flow and cause circulation problems. We always focus on diet first. As sugar, sugary food and glucose can cause inflammation in the arteries, causing cholesterol accumulation on the walls of the arteries which can restrict blood flow, we recommend a healthy diet like the Manna Diet. You also need to do some sort of exercise to keep the blood flowing. An alternative and highly effective natural treatment for enhanced blood flow is the Manna Blood Circulation Support supplement. Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfR3Y90G-fFDYI6i7E7xPBQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Zone: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yne8kl6VjII -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7T950IPphMY -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHQuylqVcj0 5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation By HEALTH ZONE
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Drink This Juice To Prevent and Treat Varicose Veins
 
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We all know that there are no miracles when it comes to eliminating varicose veins. However, through good nutrition and exercise, we can reduce its incidence and avoid deep vein thrombosis (otherwise known as a blood clot). If your varicose veins are at a very advanced stage, be sure to speak with your doctor immediately so that he can help you find the appropriate treatment for them. But if they don’t yet require a doctor’s care, you should really know that this beet and parsley drink can be useful, whether you have simple superficial varicose veins or the deep ones. Its benefits are exceptional and very specific: it helps improve the circulation in the legs, as well as the health of the veins. Varicose veins tend to occur because of a combination of genetics and lifestyle. However, there are many ways to prevent them or at least fight against them. For example, if your mother suffers or has suffered from varicose veins, you need to consider this so you can either keep them from cropping up or getting worse. Something as simple as avoiding a sedentary lifestyle and maintaining a diet rich in antioxidants, water, fresh fruits, and vegetables can help tremendously. Among all these foods that you can consume in your everyday diet, there are two that you can’t leave out: beets and parsley. Not only will you see quick, overall health benefits through this natural drink, it’s very effective in fighting varicose veins. Beets take care of our blood vessels. If your legs have been feeling really heavy for several days, or if they are always tired and swollen, don’t hesitate to try this beet and parsley juice. Because beet juice is rich in nitrates, it improves your circulation. Natural beet juice is rich in nitrates, which open the blood vessels thanks to nitric oxide. This nitric oxide lets oxygen flow freely and lowers blood pressure. In addition, this colorful root contains betaine, a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties that also has anti-fungal properties and works to detoxify the body. The beet helps take care of the liver, giving priority to basic processes like the purification of the blood and the synthesis of certain hormones. Also, don’t forget that the magnesium present in its pulp will greatly facilitate the correct blood circulation. Parsley leaves contain two very powerful elements to reduce and treat our varicose veins: luteolin and vitamin C. These two components act as great anti-inflammatory agents that, consumed regularly, will reduce the possibility of thrombosis, as well as alleviate the swelling and weight of the legs. Parsley contains a large "arsenal" of antioxidants capable of purifying our body and maintaining blood circulation. Parsley is rich in potassium, a mineral essential for regulating blood pressure and fighting hypertension. Ingredients - 1 beet - 1 tablespoon of parsley (5 g) - 1 glass of water (200 ml) - The juice of ½ lemon Preparation Choose a medium, not overripe beet. The best way to benefit from its properties is to consume it fresh. You only have to wash it well, peel it and cut it into 4 pieces to make the process easier. Then, thoroughly wash the parsley leaves. Although they have a very strong flavor, it is worth it to include them in this natural drink to reduce the incidence of varicose veins. In the blender, just add the water, the lemon juice, the parsley and the beet. Blend well until you get a smooth drink. We recommend drinking this juice in the mornings, about three times a week. That way, our circulation and endurance will be improved, and we’ll start the day with more energy. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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Blood Pressure Screenings for Children
 
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Celeste Goodwin, president of the National Pediatric Blood Pressure Awareness Foundation, sat down with Jenny Heroman from EATEL Community Connection to talk about hypertension (high blood pressure) in children. www.bloodpressure4kids.org
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Leg Ulcers 7 Facts About Leg Ulcers You Must Know
 
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Important facts about leg ulcers, what causes them, how they can be prevented and cured. http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/ 01935 873 951 https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj Leg ulcers are common -- approximately 2% of adults will have a leg ulcer at some stage in their lives. Literally thousands of people develop a leg ulcer each year in the United Kingdom and many of those get more leg ulcers as the years go by. Despite the misery they cause, leg ulcers remain a neglected problem. I am going to tell you the 7 essential facts should you know about leg ulcers. Number 1 -- What is an ulcer? The medical definition of an ulcer is a break in the epithelium of a body surface or lining. Many of us will be familiar with a mouth ulcer. This is a break in the cell lining the mouth. It can be caused by an injury such as biting the inside of the mouth by accident. Well if the skin breaks down anywhere on the body it is called an ulcer. If the ulcer is on the leg and has been present for more than 6 weeks it is called a chronic leg ulcer. Number 2- What causes a leg ulcer? Four out of 5 ulcers -- that's 80% - are caused by a problem with the leg vein pump and they are called venous ulcers. The leg vein pump is the mechanism by which blood flows out of the leg back to the heart. So problems with the deep veins such as obstruction from a deep vein thrombosis, superficial vein reflux or perforator vein problems can cause venous leg ulcers. The leg vein pump depends mainly on good ankle movement, good calf muscles and healthy leg veins. A minority of leg ulcers - about 15% - are caused by problems in the arteries that carry blood into the leg. About 95% of venous leg ulcers can be correctly identified by their appearance, by checking for pulses in the feet and by checking sensation. As most leg ulcers are venous -- that's what I am going to concentrate on. Number 3 -- Where on the leg do you get venous ulcers? Well venous leg ulcers appear on the lower part of the leg usually just about the ankle. Often, there are varicose veins or thread veins around the ulcer and the leg is usually swollen. The skin is often thickened and discoloured by varicose eczema which may actually develop many months or years before the ulcer as a warning sign that the vein circulation is not normal. Number 4 -- Who gets a venous ulcer? Well these ulcers affect people who have deep vein problems, usually from a past deep vein thrombosis (DVT), people who have superficial venous disease or those with ankle mobility problems. Leg ulcers are more common as we get older. Number 5 -- How do you treat venous ulcers? The aim of treatment is to get the ulcer healed as quickly as possible. This usually means graduated compression either with bandages or compression stockings. In most cases, antibiotics, creams and ointments are not necessary. Once the ulcer is healed it is very important to identify any problems with the superficial veins or perforator veins and that these are treated to reduce the risk of another ulcer. This means getting a full assessment with a duplex ultrasound scan. Number 6- Can you cure a leg ulcer? Well this is controversial. Some would say that if the problem is only in the superficial veins, the veins under the skin, or in the perforator veins that connect these superficial veins to the deep veins, then the ulcer can be cured. While there is good evidence that such treatment will greatly reduce the risks of getting another leg ulcer, if the skin has been very damaged and the ulcer has healed with a lot of scarring, this area of the leg may remain vulnerable and a trivial knock or injury might cause another skin breakdown even though the vein abnormality has been completely eradicated. Number 7 -- How can we avoid leg ulcers? Well there are 3 things I would suggest. Firstly, if you are unfortunate enough to suffer a deep vein thrombosis (DVT), it should be treated promptly to limit the damage to the deep veins. Unfortunately, damage to the deep veins cannot be reliably reversed by surgery. So, prompt treatment with anticoagulants -- blood thinning medication -- reduces the extent of the clot and the damage to the deep veins. Secondly, if you have had a DVT, you should consider wearing good quality medical grade compression socks -- some studies suggest that doing so may reduce the risk of leg ulcers after a big DVT. Thirdly, if you have superficial vein reflux have it treated early to reduce the chances of progression to varicose eczema which is itself a warning sign that the skin is damaged and liable to ulceration. Now I hope you have found this useful. Don't forget to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest on veins. Thank you for watching my video. Tel 01935 873 951 http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/ http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact info@theveincarecentre.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre
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How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment
 
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Deep vein thrombosis, or deep venous thrombosis (DVT), occurs when a blood clot forms in one or more veins located deep inside your body. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 These blood clots usually develop in the legs, but can occur in other areas also. A blood clot forms when blood does not circulate normally or clot properly. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 Some signs and symptoms of DVT include swelling, cramping pain, the affected area feeling warmer than surrounding areas and a change in the color of the skin near the affected area. Most people do not have symptoms, making it difficult to diagnose the problem at the early stage. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 DVT can be life threatening if a blood clot in your vein breaks loose, travels through your bloodstream and reaches the lung. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 This can block blood flow in the lung, resulting in pulmonary embolism. Together, DVT and pulmonary embolism comprise a condition known as venous thromboembolism (VTE). How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 For preventing and treating DVT, you must be aware of the risk factors. These include having a blood-clotting disorder, obesity, pregnancy, an injury to your veins, surgery, some types of cancers and their treatments, heart failure, inflammatory bowel disease and family history. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 Prolonged bed rest, taking birth control pills, smoking and older age also put you at a higher risk. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 Once diagnosed with DVT, proper treatment and prescribed blood thinners are required. In addition, watch your diet, opt for a healthy lifestyle, exercise regularly and try some home remedies to help treat and prevent another DVT. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 Always consult a doctor before trying any natural remedy to prevent spontaneous bleeding or hemorrhage, especially if taking antiplatelet or anticoagulant drugs. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 1. Elevation and Compression In addition to the prescribed medications, your doctor may also recommend elevating the affected leg and wearing compression stockings to help reduce symptoms of deep vein thrombosis like swelling and pain. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 Wear compression stockings as recommended by your doctor. Make sure the stockings are fitted professionally. Also, the prescription should be reviewed every 3 to 6 months. How to deal with deep vein thrombosis DVT | Deep vein thrombosis treatment 2015 Elevate your leg whenever you are resting, at least 3 to 4 times a day for 15 minutes at a time to help relieve the pressure in the veins. When elevating your leg make sure you raise your foot higher than your hip. For more information: http://www.top10homeremedies.com/how-to/how-to-deal-with-deep-vein-thrombosis-dvt.html Thanks for watching :)
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation
 
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5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation Poor blood circulation through the body is an ever increasing problem, and it can lead to other serious health issues. The usual symptoms of poor circulation start as tingling or numbness in the extremities, like the feet and hands. Cramping and changes in the color and temperature of the skin also can indicate poor circulation problems. Arteriosclerosis Arteriosclerosis is the hardening of the arteries, and it is a major cause of poor circulation problems. The artery walls become thick and hard and cannot move the blood from the heart to the feet and hands. Arteriosclerosis is often a side effect of diabetes and is worsened by smoking, being overweight and not getting enough exercise. High blood pressure and high cholesterol also can cause arterial difficulties. Varicose Veins Varicose veins are what happen when the veins are enlarged. This clogs the flow of blood and causes circulation problems, in addition to the unpleasant purple bulges usually found on the back of the legs. Varicose veins become enlarged due to a build-up of blood, and blood flow becomes restricted. Varicose veins are usually genetic and can become painful and sensitive to the touch. in addition, it can impair circulation in the legs. Thrombophlebitis Thrombophlebitis is a disease that typically strikes acutely and causes a warm tenderness in the legs as they turn a bluish color. Fluid builds up in the buttocks, groin and thighs and causes severe pain. With treatment, phlebitis symptoms can be reduced within a week or two, when chronic discomfort sets in. Patients are relieved of the poor circulation problems only when their legs are elevated. Niacin Deficiency Niacin deficiency can cause poor circulation, among other conditions. The Mayo Clinic reports that healthy niacin levels usually are maintained through a balanced diet. The body needs niacin in small amounts for many bodily functions, including tissue metabolism. Daily niacin requirements can be met by eating meat, eggs and dairy products. Other Causes Other conditions that can affect circulation include liver and kidney disease, lung disease and environmental factors. Exposure to extreme cold can slow down circulation. Chemical irritants, including tobacco smoke, impair the circulatory system. Alcohol and caffeine consumption also can restrict blood flow and cause circulation problems. We always focus on diet first. As sugar, sugary food and glucose can cause inflammation in the arteries, causing cholesterol accumulation on the walls of the arteries which can restrict blood flow, we recommend a healthy diet like the Manna Diet. You also need to do some sort of exercise to keep the blood flowing. An alternative and highly effective natural treatment for enhanced blood flow is the Manna Blood Circulation Support supplement. Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXdJqh4rOHguFcgwLlatjLw?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Area: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG2mJutazsE -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH6rdRQ9Ibc -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UtSQrsbnpQ 5 Common Causes of Poor Circulation By HEALTH AREA
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6 Signs You Might Have A Blood Clot
 
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6 Signs You Might Have A Blood Clot https://youtu.be/QkGSsKypi10 Most of the time, blood clots are a good thing. When you get injured, you need your blood to solidify and clump together at the site to help stop bleeding. But sometimes clots crop up when they're not needed, and that can spell trouble—especially if they form in the deep veins near your muscles. When blood clots form in this deeper system, they can be painful and very dangerous. This kind of clot is called a deep vein thrombosis, or DVT. DVTs are like roadblocks on your blood highway—they cause traffic jams in your circulation and prevent the blood flow that keeps your system up and running. Things can get even more serious if a DVT breaks away from its original spot and travels to your lungs. Then it becomes a pulmonary embolism, a clot that prevents these vital organs from getting the oxygen and blood they need. That can damage your lungs and other organs and may even be fatal. Some people are more prone to a DVT than others, so it's worth staying on top of any risk factors. It's also smart to know the warning signs so you can act quickly. It's important to recognize symptoms because they can often be minimal or overlooked, and getting prompt treatment is key. Here's what to watch for: 1) Swelling in one limb 2) Leg or arm pain 3) Redness on your skin 4) Chest pain 5) Shortness of breath or a racing heart 6) Unexplained cough 5 Blood Tests You Need After Age 50 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WNtTEH-Cmc 7 Best Home Remedies For High Blood Cholesterol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Uzq3UQGP-A Top 7 Home Remedies To Cure Low Blood Pressure https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7HN2LoATt4 3 Simple Moves That Fight Knee And Hip Pain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg19SFADWi4 4 Hidden Signs Your Bones Are In Trouble https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAMX5TdDCdg 4 Ways To Fix Your Cracked Heels At Home https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKG5UdHAC-Q subscribe: https://goo.gl/kl04k8 facebook: https://goo.gl/DW2Y2z twitter: https://goo.gl/ycgKkF attention: The materials and the information contained on this channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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Vein Treatment Denver
 
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Are you seeking the best vein treatment in Denver? We have the answers to a variety of common vein problems, including varicose and spider vein treatments. Veins are the blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart and into the lungs to be replenished with the oxygen and nutrients the body needs to function and stay healthy. For the blood to get to the heart from the legs it must travel upwards, against gravity. It does this with the help of the veins and the muscle that surrounds them. When we stand and walk, the muscles constrict, squeezing the veins and pushing the blood toward the heart through a system of valves. When we sit or at rest, the muscles relax and valves within the veins close to prevent blood from flowing back into the legs and feet. About 90 percent of our blood returns to the heart by way of the deep veins—veins that lie deep within the body. The other two types of veins are superficial and connecting. Superficial veins are the ones you can see through your skin. They carry blood from tissue closer to the surface of your skin to the deep veins where the blood flows to the heart. Connecting veins carry blood from the superficial veins to the deep veins. Unfortunately, our veins can also develop problems. The following chart lists and describes the most common vein problems that can develop in the legs. Some are more serious than others, but all are worth discussing with your doctor. Type of Vein Problem Description Thrombosis A blood clot in the vein. Blood clots can block blood flow or break free and travel through the blood stream to the heart and lungs (pulmonary embolism). Thrombophlebitis Swelling caused by a blood clot in the vein. It can occur in the superficial or deep veins. Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) With DVT, blood clots form in the large veins deep within the legs, pelvis, and sometimes in the arms. DVT strikes about 1 in 20 people over the course of a lifetime. Pulmonary Embolism (PE) When a blood clot breaks free from a deep vein and makes its way into an artery in the lung, it is called a pulmonary embolism (PE). PE is life-threatening condition that can cause heart failure. It is important to call 911 if you have trouble breathing or if you are coughing up blood. Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (also known as post-phlebitic syndrome and venous stress disorder) In this condition, the symptoms of pain, heaviness in the leg or foot, cramps; itching; tingling; bluish or brownish, flaky skin; sores; and varicose veins caused by DVT continue after treatment, either because the blood clot is still there or the blood clot caused other damage to the vein. Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) venous reflux high blood pressure in the vein (venous hypertension) varicose veins spider veins CVI is damage or weakness in the vein wall or vein valve that allows blood to flow back into the vein (venous reflux). The backflow of blood accumulates in the veins and causes inflammation (phlebitis) and more clotting. Clotting can block or slow blood flow through the vein raising the blood pressure and possibly causing more damage. Varicose and spider veins are caused by the accumulation of the blood from venous reflux. Phlebitis Swelling in the deep or superficial veins is called phlebitis. Venous Sores When pressure in the veins continues for a long time, it can break down healthy tissue, which causes ulcers or sores. Congenital Vascular Malformation (includes birthmarks) This is a catch-all term for the very few people, less than 1 percent, who are born with veins that are defective in some way. For example, the veins may not have valves. This category also includes birthmarks that are a cluster of veins close to the skin. Click here to learn about diagnosis and treatment of leg vein problems, and for more information about working with your doctor to make the best treatment choices for yourself or your loved one. Credit - http://www.secondscount.org/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Patient benefits when choosing our Vein Treatment Denver Clinic Our Physician – Have the comfort in knowing that a vascular specialist is performing your procedure. Multiple options – A vascular specialist has the ability to perform Endovenous Laser, US Guided Sclerotherapy, Radiofrequency Closure and Ambulatory Phlebectomy. Ultrasound Imaging on site – Start with the proper diagnosis and do it at the same location. We work with most insurance companies – Varicose vein treatments are often covered by insurance when working with a vascular specialist. Our Vein Treatment Denver Clinic participates with most all major insurance carriers and provide full insurance billing. We have a staff member solely dedicated to obtaining verification from your insurance as well as authorization if required. Call (970) 986-4124 to schedule a consultation with one of our doctors at our Denver Vein Treatment Clinic, located at 1541 Marion St, Denver, CO 80218
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DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) Prevention Exercises - Ask Doctor Jo
 
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DVT, or Deep Vein Thrombosis, can be a very serious and life threatening situation. Many times DVTs happen when someone is very inactive from either a surgery or a long trip where they can’t get up and walk around. See Doctor Jo’s blog post about this at: http://www.askdoctorjo.com/content/deep-vein-thrombosis-prevention-exercises Some signs of a DVT are swelling in the leg or legs, redness in the leg, warm to the touch, and tenderness to touch. So here are some simple exercises you can do to help prevent a DVT. All these exercises will be performed sitting down because most likely you will be in a plane or car seat doing these. The first one will be an ankle pump. Hold your foot slightly off the ground and pump your foot up and down, pointing and flexing the foot. You only need to do about 10-15 of each exercise, but make sure you are doing both sides. Do these about every 30 minutes to an hour. Now with both feet flat on the ground, bring your heels up, and then come down and bring your toes up alternating back and forth. Do this about 10-15 times. Next take your knee, and bring it up towards the ceiling and then come back down. Now you’re getting your hip and knee moving. Repeat 10-15 times as well. The last thing you want to do is cross your leg over the other, and massage the calf muscle. You don’t have to do any specific massage, just make sure you are getting the muscles moving and keeping the circulation flowing. Related Videos: Knee Arthritis Stretches and Exercises: https://youtu.be/_RN3AVn2ovM?list=PLPS8D21t0eO8bRyNBvm5NULZeCKPsnP3Q Quadriceps Stretches for Tight or Injured Quads: https://youtu.be/BhQimqvU1tM?list=PLPS8D21t0eO8bRyNBvm5NULZeCKPsnP3Q =========================================== SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askdoctorjo ======================================= Doctor Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. http://www.AskDoctorJo.com http://www.facebook.com/AskDoctorJo http://www.pinterest.com/AskDoctorJo https://www.instagram.com/AskDoctorJo http://www.twitter.com/AskDoctorJo http://plus.google.com/+AskDoctorJo ======================================= DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) Prevention Exercises: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x32kRLlxaBI DISCLAIMER: This video and any related comments are not medical advice. Doctor Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy; however, she is not YOUR Physical Therapist and can't possibly diagnose you through the Internet. So don't use this information to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they have given you. This information should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any medical condition. If you are not properly diagnosed, this information won't help, and it could make things worse. If you experience any pain, stop immediately and see your healthcare professional.
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arm bruised from blood presure cuff
 
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arm bruised from blood pressure cuff - Causing pain and stiffness - It feels like the muscle is bruised deep inside which I find odd.
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How to Treat a Swollen Vein
 
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This Video Has How to Treat a Swollen Vein
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Leg blood clots: symptoms and diagnosis | Ohio State Medical Center
 
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The most common place outside the heart to have an artery blockage is the legs. Talal Attar, MD, FACC, an interventional cardiologist at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, says many individuals fail to mention the pain they are feeling in their legs, assuming it is merely due to aging. However, blockage in the legs often coincides with walking, with the pain occurring with some consistency—after the same distance walked and typically after a similar period of rest. The pain usually does not occur when sitting or lying down. Dr. Attar explains that the diagnosis, treatment and risk factors for clots in the leg and other locations outside the heart are similar to blockages associated with the heart. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call (614) 685-8800 or visit http://wexnermedical.osu.edu/patient-care/healthcare-services/heart-vascular/interventional-cardiology Visit The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center: https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/ Subscribe to The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/osumedicalcenter Like The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OSUWexnerMedicalCenter/ Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/osuwexmed Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/osuwexmed Connect with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-ohio-state-university-wexner-medical-center
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What Causes Varicose Veins-Stop By Arizona Vein And Laser
 
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http://arizonaveinandlaser.com/varicose_vein_treatment.htm -What Causes Varicose Veins-Arizona Vein And Laser understands Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) involves damage to or blockage in the blood vessels distant from your heart, the peripheral arteries and veins. The peripheral arteries and veins carry blood to and from arm and leg muscles plus the organs in and below the stomach area. PVD may also affect the arteries leading to your head. What Causes Varicose Veins-Arizona Vein And Laser-The main forms PVD may take include blood clots, swelling (inflammation), or narrowing and blockage of the blood vessels. What Causes Varicose Veins-Arizona Vein And Laser and Diseases of the arteries may lead to Arterial Blockage, Aortic aneurysms, Buerger's Disease and Raynaud's's phenomenon. Disease of the veins may lead to Venous Blood Clots, Pulmonary embolism, Phlebitis or Varicose veins. Arterial Blockage-- similar to the coronary arteries, the peripheral arteries can become blocked by plaque. What causes arterial blockage? PVD can result from a condition known as atherosclerosis (a waxy substance forms inside of the arteries). This substance is called plaque. It is made of cholesterol, fats, calcium, and a blood-clotting material called fibrin. When enough plaque builds up on the inside of an artery, the artery becomes clogged, and then blood flow is either slowed or stopped. What Causes Varicose Veins-Arizona Vein And Laser-The slowed blood flow may cause "ischemia," which means the body's cells are not getting enough oxygen. While clogged coronary arteries (arteries supplying the heart with blood) may lead to a. heart attack, and clogged carotid arteries (arteries supply the head with blood) may lead to a stroke. Clogged peripheral arteries in the lower part mostly cause pain and cramping in the legs. What Causes Varicose Veins-Arizona Vein And Laser-The risk factors for atherosclerosis in the peripheral arteries are the same as those for atherosclerosis in the coronary arteries. Smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol are believed to lead to the development of plaque. Patients may feel pain in their calves, thighs, or buttocks, depending on where the blockage is. Usually, the amount of pain felt is a sign of how severe the blockage is. For any chest pain it is wise to see your doctor. What Causes Varicose Veins-Arizona Vein And Laser can help to solve your vein pain. http://youtu.be/i7bRcn1pm1s Kulbhushan K. Sharma Subscribe to my channel
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DVT Homeopathic Remedies and Deep Vein Thrombosis Treatment
 
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Homeopathic remedies are capable of fully cure the deep vein thrombosis DVT both in men and women of any age. Homeopathy blood thinner medicines play a role of an anticoagulant in issues like blood clots in legs, pulmonary embolism, spider veins, phlebitis, and thrombophlebitis. Arnica, hamamelis, Bellis Perennis, Bothrops, Calcarea flour, and Lachesis play an important role in the treatment of chronic DVT patients.
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Drink One Glass Of Beet Juice Daily And This Will Happen To Your Body
 
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Follow us on Twitter: @foods4health1 Recipes4Health: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2bZhXBHIb51n1fE3VWPmcQ/videos To learn more about the health benefits of food, visit: http://www.benefitsoffood.blogspot.com Beets are an incredibly healthy food that offer a number of important health benefits for us. They contain many different types of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, nutrients and fibre. Importantly, when juiced, this allows us to more easily consume beets in great quantities and makes it possible to obtain these great benefits. Lets discuss some health benefits associated with drinking beet juice consistently. 1. First, beet juice can help to lower blood pressure. This is because it contains healthy naturally occurring nitrates. Although most vegetables contain nitrates, an averaged sized beet contains about 20 times more dietary nitrates then these other vegetables. This helps with nitric oxide production. When consumed regularly, beet juice can help to lower systolic pressure as well as reduce arterial stiffness. 2. Beet juice is also great for eliminating inflammation in the body. Beets contain a very powerful nutrient known as betaine. This nutrient can help to protect proteins, cells and enzymes from environmental stress. This helps to reduce inflammation while also protecting important bodily organs and reduce vascular risk factors. This can lead to even more cardiovascular benefits. 3. Drinking beet juice consistently can also protect us from premature aging a number of different ways. Beets are packed with skin healthy antioxidants. These antioxidants work to protect the skin by neutralizing free radicals in the body. As well, beet juice contains lycopene, which helps to keep the skins elasticity and protect it from sun damage. 4. Beet juice will also help to detoxify our entire bodies. It is a very effective detox drink for our liver, since it can help to remove unwanted toxins as well as stimulate liver cells. This is contributed to methionine and glycine betaine which work to keep fatty acids from building up. 5. Beet juice can also help to boost energy, especially those individuals who work out or exercise consistently. Studies have shown that for those individuals who drank beet juice before working out, they were able to have better and longer workouts. This is contributed to the naturally occurring nitrates found in beets. Even if you are not working out, the numerous vitamins, minerals and nutrients in beets can help with boosting energy through out the day. 6. Since beet juice contains an great amount of soluble fibre, drinking it can help those individuals who suffer with blood sugar issues. Beet juice can actually help to lower the amount of glucose in the blood. 7. Lastly, beet juice can also help improve digestion by stimulating the intestines and breakdown food, may help reduce pain associated with arthritis and may even help improve eyesight. Try to consume beet juice daily to obtain these benefits. One to two cups of beet juice is often recommended as a daily dosage, but be sure to discuss with your medical practitioner the correct dosage for you. You can simply drink the juice from 1 large peeled organic beet, or add it into your favourite juice and smoothie recipes. Thank you for watching the video! Please like, comment and share. If you would like to hear about more healthy foods, and food and beauty tips, please subscribe to the channel. Have a GREAT and HEALTHY day! DISCLAIMER: This video is for educational and informational purposes only. While we have tried to ensure that the information is sound and accurate, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. The information in this video should not be substituted for professional medical advice and opinions. If you are experiencing any ailments, serious or otherwise, always seek professional medical treatment and advice.
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5 Important Complications of Varicose Veins
 
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Many people – even perhaps your own doctor- think varicose veins are trivial, cosmetic and of no particular health importance. Not so. Here are 5 serious complications of varicose veins, you should know about. Varicose veins don’t get better, in fact they get worse as time goes by and if you have varicose veins for long enough, it is quite likely you will suffer one or more significant complication. First is phlebitis. This is a condition characterised by inflammation and clotting within the varicose veins. The area becomes hot, red and painful. The clot within the vein can spread very quickly into the deep veins causing a deep vein thrombosis. Everyone with suspected phlebitis should have duplex ultrasound scan of the veins, firstly, to confirm the diagnosis and then to guide the treatment. Some people with phlebitis require blood-thinning medication to prevent DVT or to prevent fatal pulmonary embolism. So it is an important complication. The second important complication of varicose veins is varicose eczema. This is a condition of the skin that it indicates that the skin is damaged and deprived of nutrients and oxygen. It typically occurs on the lower leg and the area is vulnerable to break down. Sometimes, varicose eczema can in fact occur with so called “hidden or deep varicose veins”. So if varicose eczema is suspected, even if there are no varicose veins, a scan should be performed to check the vein circulation and to look for hidden varicose veins. Thirdly, varicose veins can bleed. Fortunately this is not very common. However, big bulging varicose veins on the lower leg are vulnerable and they are under very high pressure, so if they are injured, bleeding can be very serious. In such cases, leg elevation and the application of direct pressure will usually stop the bleeding. Fourthly, varicose veins are a risk factor for DVT. The presence of severe varicose veins and reflux increases the risk of developing a deep vein thrombosis in certain situations such as a long haul flight or admission to hospital. Lastly, varicose veins and venous reflux are a major causes of leg ulcers. 4 out of every 5 leg ulcers are caused by vein problems and early treatment of varicose veins can prevent ulceration. So, there are the 5 important complications of varicose veins – phlebitis, varicose eczema, bleeding, increased risk of DVT and leg ulcers. My name is doctor Haroun Gajraj, thank you for watching. http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/ https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre/
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What is Penile Vein Thrombosis and treatment for it? - Dr. Shiva Kumar KS
 
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Penile vein Thrombosis also called as Mondor's disease. It's a very rare disease, which is associated with pain with the in-duration on the dorsal part of the base of the penis it can involve any of the venous tributaries of the Penis, extending from the base of the Gland to the pubic symphysis it can involve dorsal veins penis, deep veins penis, caverns veins and sponzicial veins penis. The main other disease which mimics is same as that is peyronei's disease. They do have treatment but this Mondor's disease do not have a treatment, detecting identifying this disease is very important and what is the cause of this disease, trauma, excessive sexual activity or an abstinence or constructing rings use during erection sexual practices or internal malignances because of the pelvic tumor or malignancy in the head of the pancreas is the proposed for this Mondor's disease. How it is diagnosed, how it is clinically look like, usually comes with the pain and feeling of a cord like thing on the basis of penis, on examination you feel like an indurated string like thing on the base of the Penis, which is threats to the skin with mild with or without tenderness is only present with no limp nodes or any other things. It is detected by using a Doppler ultrasonography which characteristically identifies the segmental thrombosis in the segment of the dorsal vein of the penis. It is treated, it is basically presents as an acute subacute electronic way and it is self-limiting disease extending from 8 to 10 weeks and after 8 to 10 weeks it will go off on its own with or without a treatment. But treat as symptomatically till end we give treatment like Jaiclofenic sodium to treat the pain and an antibiotic treat prevent the secondary infection and low dose Aspirin to as an anticoagulant and heparin cream to dissolve thrombosis through may have not specific treatment, they acts as a symptomatic pleasure of treatment till it resolves and if the pain is severe we can give local injection has a 0.5%. befiokin where which will elevate the pain. Sometimes even this treatment or refractory you can consider lumpectomy with surgical excision of the strip of the vein.
What Causes Venous Stasis?
 
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With long term (chronic) venous insufficiency, vein walls are weakened and valves damaged. Chronic venous insufficiency is a long term condition detailed information on chronic insufficiency, including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and full color anatomical illustrations most symptoms are mild, not limb threatening. Chronic venous insufficiency (cvi) background, anatomy, pathophysiology. Inactivity (sitting or standing for long periods of time without moving can cause high blood pressure in the leg veins and increase your risk). Googleusercontent search. Chronic superficial venous insufficiency symptoms & signs. Chronic venous insufficiency vascular curesvein disease. Venous insufficiency causes, symptoms, and diagnosis healthline health venous url? Q webcache. It occurs when the venous stasis (purplish skin) ulcers are discoloration and ulcer formation signs of advanced disease caused by poor circulation blood in. Swelling of a superficial vein (phlebitis) family history venous insufficiency. The most the main symptoms of venous insufficiency are generally vague and overlap with other diseases, making diagnosis very challenging without chronic (cvi) is a common cause leg pain swelling, commonly associated cvi cropped varicose veins. Venous insufficiency causes, symptoms, and diagnosis healthline. Muscle weakness, leg injury, or trauma. Cvi causes blood to pool or collect in these veins, and this 26 may 2016 venous insufficiency syndromes are most commonly caused by valvular incompetence the low pressure superficial system (see insufficiency,the valves veins of leg don't work right. This causes the veins to stay filled with blood, especially when you are standing. Venous stasis is a risk factor for forming blood clots in veins (venous thrombosis), as with the deep of legs (deep vein thrombosis or dvt). Chronic venous insufficiency and postphlebitic syndrome & dvt causes, treatments prevention causes treatment of ulcers disease symptoms. Chronic venous insufficiency (cvi) is a condition that occurs when the wall and or valves in leg veins are not working effectively, making it difficult for blood to return heart from legs. This condition can cause severe leg swelling, varicose veins, 14 may 2015 venous insufficiency ulcers are commonly caused from progressive disease of the veins and deep vein thrombosis learn about progression symptoms how to alleviate pain (also called or reflux), occurs if occur when your can't do this effectively blood pools in legs instead flowing upward toward heart 3 aug 2017 open, nonhealing sores by chronic stasis. Causes of venous stasis include long periods immobility that can be signs and symptoms cvi in the leg following patients with insufficiency have a disrupted chronic is impaired return, sometimes causing lower extremity discomfort, edema, skin changes. Postphlebitic (postthrombotic) in addition, blood clots can cause damage to the veins contributing chronic venous insufficiency. Close to the surface of
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What is poor blood circulation| poor blood flow to brain |Causes & Signs of poor blood circulation
 
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“What is poor blood circulation| poor blood flow to the brain| top causes and symptoms of poor blood circulation” from Health TV.ENG, from this video, the audience will learn the important fact on poor blood circulation, what is poor blood circulation, poor blood flow, poor blood circulation to the brain, poor blood flow to the brain, what are the causes of poor blood circulation, causes of poor blood flow, symptoms of poor blood circulation, symptoms of poor blood blod flow, what are the symptoms of poor blood circulation, causes and symptoms of poor blood circulation, poor blood flow to the brain, serious causes of poor blood circulation to brain, signs and symptoms of poor blood flow, health TV.ENG . Most of the people feel so worry for their lack most energy to the body and according to the research, it has been proved that the lack of energy and the lack of concentration mainly occur, due the poor blood circulation or the poor blood flow to the brain. Therefore, it is essential to know the definition of poor blood circulation and poor blood flow to the brain and what are the causes and symptoms of poor blood circulation to the brain. From this video, you will have the overall outlines of- From this video, you will learn the following serious issues related to your brain health. Like-  What is poor blood circulation, to the brain?  What are the causes of poor blood circulation to the brain?  What are the major symptoms of poor blood circulation to the brain? Hope, you will stay with us till the end of this video and will know the important fact on “poor blood circulation”, “causes and the symptoms of poor blood circulation”. # What is poor blood circulation to the brain? The poor blood circulation rises, when the brain cells and its functions are incapable of supplying adequate blood flow to the veins, arteries and to the whole nerve systems, accordingly. This interruption of supplying sufficient blood flow to the brain is commonly known as “poor blood circulation to the brain”. # A various condition will occur or our body will encounter with the multiple serious diseases, if this ‘poor blood circulation’ rises to our physical mechanism. Like- High Blood Pressure, stroke, Varicose Veins, 5thy: heart diseases, peripheral artery diseases, heart diseases, kidney damage, , arteriosclerosis and phlebitis. # Let’s see the top most causes of “Poor Blood Circulation” It has been proved in the research that, most of the reasons of poor blood circulation in the brain are occurring from the bad habits or the brain damaging habits of the human beings. Unhealthy lifestyle, imbalanced diet plan and lack of exercises are the main causes of the poor blood circulation to the brain. According to the medical research, the following causes are considered as the main reasons behind poor blood circulation. • Smoking • Autoimmune and other inflammatory disorders • Diabetes • • Hypoglycemia • • (low blood sugar) and insulin resistance (high blood sugar) • Diabetes • Anemia • Hypothyroidism • • Chronic stress # Let’s learn the Top signs and symptoms of “poor blood circulation to the brain” If you are facing the following problems and symptoms for the last several weeks, you should take the matter seriously and will need to consult with the doctor for proper diagnosis. Poor Concentration, memory problems, Dizziness , Fatigue , Headaches, depression, chronic stress these are the biggest symptoms of poor blood circulation to the brain. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/h_eng34 Add me on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/106520443716286229442/106520443716286229442 Find me on BlogSpot https://stayfitlivehealthy.blogspot.com/ Click the Below Links to Watch More Videos: # Best 5 ways to improve blood circulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TffqLeP4Pw # Top most Foods for boosting up brain power: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qggRJPvdOQ # How to improve Brain Blood Circulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TffqLeP4Pw # Top Most Brain Foods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JqQdB6whEY # Top most Brain damaging habits: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbcWLXBsLrQ&t=72s # Brain Damaging habits Part-2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGzwWhDvAb8&t=63s # Cannibal Couple Eat Human meat and kill 30 people, watch this Viral Video: # https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dptV8p5Wtng # Weight Loss Motivational Video # https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtdQbcXZWuw # Benefits of taking lemon and Lemon Juice (Part-1) https://youtu.be/9NX_UpZAcBM # Benefits of taking lemon and Lemon Juice (Part-2) # Why Lemon water is Dangerous for Pregnant Woman? https://youtu.be/KerrMjrDIDA https://youtu.be/N7G_IWC30Qg # Top Lists of Fat Burning Fruits for Weight Loss and Burn Belly Fat Quickly from Health TV ENG https://youtu.be/euNVfxxH23o # Avoid Top Worse foods for Weight Loss| Avoid Bad Foods to Burn Fat Fast| Nutrition Tips for Fat Loss https://youtu.be/E2flgyPCawY
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L120Y | INFLAMMATION | BLOOD SUGAR | LIVING A LONG LIFE
 
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Any Type Of -Itis In The Body Means There Is Some Type Of Inflammation Going On A caller (Anita) talks to Dr. G about a phlebitis issue in her leg. Even though she thought she was living a healthy life, she's had a vein issue for 58 years ever since she was pregnant with her daughter. There was even one vein that was so swollen that it looked like a snake crawling up her leg. She had a vein ligation but it didn't solve the situation. Over time, the veins started to turn blue. Six months ago the vein started to hurt badly. The MD diagnosed it to be phlebitis. The caller (Anita) also has high blood sugar levels. There is a relationship between high blood sugar and acute inflammation in the body. Even if someone doesn't have a diabetes issue, if there's chronic inflammation in body the blood sugars are going to be messed up. Hence, that's what's causing the elevation in blood sugar levels. Remember, any type of an --itis in the body means some type of inflammation. Now, one of the things that are done in wholistic medication is when inflammation is at play, you have to stop eating foods that are going to increase inflammation. After you've done that, make sure you're getting the ninety essential nutrients that the body needs. In addition, give your vein an extra support by turning up the heat in the body's fire department. Increase the body's ability to put out the fires of inflammation. This is a thing that not a lot of doctors talk about. Everybody talks about the immune system all the time. The immune system is like the body's police department. On the other hand, the body has a fire department also that it uses to put out the fires of inflammation. The fire department of the body uses the captain of the fire department of the body, which is selenium. Therefore, whenever there's inflammation in the body, it might be a good idea to get extra selenium. What you can do is take 12 selenium capsules a day, four every meal, in three or four weeks until there's a noticeable improvement in the inflammatory process. You don't have to worry about overdosing on selenium because it takes a long time before the body reacts negatively to selenium. Way before that happens your body generates symptoms of too much selenium. Those symptoms may be, your hair gets brittle and fingernails get soft. Another thing that may be causing soft and brittle fingernails is a biotin deficiency. However, what we need to remember is that if our body needs a certain vitamin, in this case biotin, taking only that may not solve the problem. Because our body needs not only biotin but it also needs the ninety essential nutrients. If you just take biotin without the ninety essential nutrients, the body is not going to be able to metabolize or use it up efficiently. On the contrary, if you take biotin on top of the ninety essential nutrients, it works like magic. It's the same with all other nutritional supplements like vitamin D. Vitamins work a thousand times better when you take it with the ninety essential nutrients. What you can do is take the biotin again on top of the nutritional program that you have now and you're going to have a completely different experience. Start at a dose somewhere and see how it goes. You can also check out other great articles on more heath topics at Wholistic Dudes. http://wholisticdudes.com/?p=472 Find the truth about health care. You don't know what you don't know. Our primary mission is to educate you on Good Healthy Habits. Check out our site at L20Y (Living 120 Years Healthy) for free information on how to recover your health from just about any chronic health condition. Healing is easy!! www.L120Y.com/8110-2. Dr. G show from 05-22-14(04).
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Eliminate Varicose Veins & Improve Blood Circulation with these Natural Home Remedies
 
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Veins carry about 64% of your blood from the body back to the heart. Those in your legs have one-way valves that keep the blood moving in one direction –to your heart. If they deteriorate, the blood flows back into the veins causing swelling. Varicose veins become enlarged. They stick out from under the skin, appear raised & twisted. Blood consists of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. An adult has an average of 5-6 quarts (4.7 - 5.7 L) of blood, representing around 7% of body weight. Vascular diseases include diseases of your arteries, veins, lymph vessels, and blood disorders which affect your circulation. Blood flows continuously through your body as long as you live. In the process arteries can become rigid and narrow (atherosclerosis) while veins' walls & valves weaken causing health problems. IMPORTANT: Varicose veins, if not hereditary, can be prevented, treated or controlled by the natural or nutritional changes I mention in this video clip. They will improve and preserve the health of your circulatory system. Varicose Veins are bulged, twisted, purple or blue, enlarged veins that typically appear in the legs and feet, under your skin. They can occur anywhere on the leg but they are most common in the superficial veins of the calves & thighs when standing still or sitting for a long time. Damaged valves do not close properly which allows blood to flow back-wards when muscles relax. This in-creases the pressure in the vein causing it to become swollen with excess blood. They are usually benign. If aching pain & discomfort occur, an underlying circulatory problem could be the cause. Treatment: compression stockings, exercise, or surgical procedures to close or remove the veins. AVOID complications: phlebitis (inflammation of the veins), skin ulcers & blood clots by following the diet & life style I describe in this video clip. Main causes of varicose veins: -Heredity & Age. -Lack of Exercise & Obesity. -Smoking & Excess of Alcohol. -Constipation. -Puberty or Menopause. -Birth control pills. -Pregnancy hormonal changes. -Tight clothes & high heels shoes. -Dehydration, excessive sun expo-sure, solarium, sauna. Varicose veins can lead to: -Skin ulcers hard to heal. -External bleeding. -Life-threatening superficial thrombophlebitis or deep vein thrombosis if the blood clot travels to the lungs. If your veins cause pain, swelling, discomfort, heaviness or itching in your legs, consult a phlebologist (vascular specialist.) There is a clear connection between the food you eat, your life style and your general health, including your blood circulation. You can strengthen your immune & circulatory system by eating the right food. Many of these diseases can be prevented, alleviated, slowed down or cured by following my advice. You will regain your optimism and joy of living.
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How to Know if You Have Healthy Legs
 
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http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/co... As a medical doctor, I am often asked about general health issues. Subjects such as diet, heart disease, exercise and life style. In fact, these health issues are a particular interest of mine because healthy legs are a reflection of good health generally, so much so in fact that I would go as far as to say, that if you don’t have healthy legs you can’ t be truly healthy. In this short video I will explain why. In my experience, there are 3 main threats to leg health: these are peripheral arterial disease shortened to PAD, chronic venous disease, about which I spend most of my professional career treating and lastly peripheral neuropathy. Lets look at these in turn and let me explain how each is related to health in general. Peripheral arterial disease is commonly known as narrowing of the arteries and by doctors as atherosclerosis. Risk factors include smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure and lack of exercise. The important feature of this condition is that is affects all the arteries of the body and so in addition to restricting blood flow to the legs, it can affect the arteries to the brain, the heart and the kidneys raising the risks of heart attack, stroke and kidney failure. Initially the condition may only cause symptoms in the legs but it is important to recognise as it may provide an opportunity to not only improve leg health but also to prevent heart attacks, stroke and kidney failure. The symptoms of early peripheral arterial disease are pain in the calf muscles when walking after a short distance, which is worse on a slope and which goes away after 5 minutes or so. The clinical term for this is intermittent claudication. As a specialist vascular surgeon, I have many years experience of diagnosing peripheral artery disease and advising on how it can be halted and in many cases reversed. Legs with a healthy artery circulation are a reflection of good arteries in general. Chronic venous disease is a very common condition. Thousands of people in the United Kingdom are affected by the chronic leg ulcers and the NHS spends almost a billion pounds a year treating leg ulcers with dressings and bandages. Fortunately, they rarely develop quickly out of the blue. Severe varicose veins, aching legs and swelling as well as varicose eczema are warning signs that the leg vein circulation is not healthy and that the leg is at risk of ulceration. Chronic leg ulcers are painful and debilitating. In younger people, they can be odorous and offensive causing problems socially and they can cause time off work with infections and hospital appointments so risking employment. For the elderly they restrict mobility and independent life and in everyone with leg ulcers there is the risk of septicaemia. So chronic venous disease is a major risk to good health generally. Finally I believe peripheral neuropathy is a risk to leg health. This is mainly a problem which affects people with diabetes. Diabetes affects the nerves of the legs causing unpleasant symptoms such as numbness, tingling, burning sensation and problems with balance. A major complication is pressure sores and ulcers on the feet. Furthermore, there is a double effect of diabetes on leg health; it affects the artery circulation as well as the nerves. These 3 conditions, peripheral arterial disease, chronic venous disease and peripheral neuropathy all affect the leg health and they have a major impact on health in general an adverse effect on mobility and on well-being. So in summary, good leg health is very important and a clinical assessment of the legs can detect important general medical health problems. It is my opinion that if you are healthy in general, almost without exception, your legs will be healthy and conversely, if your legs are unhealthy, it is very unlikely you will be healthy overall. I hope you have found this interesting. I will cover more aspects of leg health in future videos so do please remember to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest news on leg health. My name is doctor Haroun Gajraj thank you for watching.
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Thrombosis Symptoms With Easy Ideas To Prevent It!
 
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http://utahtexans.com/ Click on the link above for a free video guide to dietary supplements and alternative medicine! In this article I'm going to share with you the leading thrombosis symptoms and some ideas on how someone can prevent getting this disease. Imagine you're out in the wilderness all by yourself and you cut your leg on a tree branch. If you don't have a Band-Aid what is stopping you from bleeding to death? It's the ability of your blood to clot up, and vitamin K is needed for this ability. Blood clotting is also needed for the immune system, so you don't get sick. There is a bad thing that could happen with blood clotting and do you know what it is? The downfall is that this blood clotting prevents blood flow and this is known as thrombosis. This ailment can lead to all kinds of health problems, such as heart disease and strokes. One of the most common symptoms of this health problem is going to be pain in the area that the thrombosis is located. Another common sign is swelling. This is where the area gets larger, and it could be more reddish in color, as well as warmer. Also the skin could be pale, red or even bluish in color. Do you know what blue skin means? It's when it doesn't get enough oxygen. A big risk factor with getting the ailment is stagnant blood. For example if someone is sitting down for prolonged periods of time or is bedridden it can increase the chance of this disease. Thanks to computers, cars and television this is really easy to do. One idea that really helps me if I'm sitting down for long periods of time at a computer is to set a timer for an hour. When the timer goes off I get up and walk around for a little bit. Other risk factors are smoking, obesity, high blood pressure and eating an unhealthy diet. Apart from lifestyle choices there are tons of herbal remedies that can do great things with blood flow. If I made a list of all these herbs it would go on forever. A few ideas would be ginkgo biloba, cayenne, garlic and ginger. To sum everything up the leading thrombosis symptoms are pain and swelling where the thrombosis is. The skin in the area could be warm, red, bluish or even pale in color. To prevent this problem a person could not avoid risk factors such as smoking, obesity, high blood pressure and eating an unhealthy diet. There are also many herbal remedies that improve blood flow such as ginkgo biloba, cayenne, garlic and ginger.
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How Diabetes can Change Cholesterol
 
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http://www.ihealthtube.com Frank Murray on metabolic syndrome, diabetes and heart disease.
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Varicose Veins and Thread Veins Causes and Complications
 
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Dr Gajraj of The VeinCare Centre discusses the Causes of Varicose Veins and Threads and describes the complications of these vein conditions. The VeinCare Centre was founded to provide the public and referring doctors with the best advice on all aspects of vein treatment. All our staff are highly qualified and have a particular interest in varicose veins and the treatment of related conditions such as spider veins and thread veins. http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact.php Tel 0800 698 3467 https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj Well, what are varicose veins? Medically they are abnormally large, they are wider and bigger than they should be and they have a condition in them called reflux. What causes varicose veins? Well, top of the list is heredity. What causes thread veins? Well, I've already mentioned that reflux is the underlying problem so it's not a surprise really, is it, that top of the list is heredity. So what problems can arise? The majority of people with even quite severe varicose veins do not come to any harm and I think this is the main reason why the NHS doesn't treat veins. They do, however, cause a lot of ache, a lot of itch, swelling, these symptoms do tend to be worse in hot weather. They tend to be worse at the end of the day and they are also very unsightly. They can also cause phlebitis, varicose eczema, DVT and leg ulcers. In this video, Dr Gajraj discusses the causes of varicose veins and thread veins (spider veins) in detail. If you're worried about your veins and would like a confidential chat please do get in touch. I am happy to offer simple advice by telephone or email for free and without obligation. The VeinCare Centre also offers a screening assessment with our vascular technologist. For £25 you can have a scan with Wendy Parsons. She is not a doctor and so she could not give you medical advice but she can check your deep veins and your varicose veins and give you an idea of how bad they are and whether laser might be suitable for you. Tel 01935 873 951 http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/ http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact info@theveincarecentre.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj
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Self Lymphatic Drainage for the Arm from Louisville's MassageByHeather.com
 
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http://www.massagebyheather.com - Learn an easy self-massage routine to drain fluid and reduce swelling from the arm. If you're a breast cancer survivor or have extreme edema in the arm, please consult your physician before performing this on yourself. Before you work the arm, you'll need to clear the main drains at either side of the neck, so go to this video for a more in-depth instruction on clearing the head and neck (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QA-wi0d7-Ro) Contraindications include high risk pregnancy. If you're pregnant, consult your physician before performing this on yourself. Other contraindications for Lymphatic Drainage Massage work in general are as follows: 1. Fever, acute infection, early onset inflammatory disease. You need to wait until the acute phase is over and the fever is broken. 2. Circulatory system problems, especially thrombosis. If there is any risk of embolism of phlebitis, do not use LDM and see your physician immediately 3. Cardiac issues such as heart disease, acute angina pectoris or coronary thrombosis (heart attack). Using LDM increases the fluid load on the heart, and compromised cardiac systems should not be subjected to LDM. 4. Active bleeding, internal or external. 5. Active malignant cancers, undiagnosed lumps, or tumors whose origins have not been determined by your physician. 6. High risk pregnancy or late term pregnancy with complications
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Illnesses - worthy of fighting
 
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Do you know anyone with one of these illnesses who wants a way to get rid of it once and for all? Acne Addictions Aids Allergies Arthritis Asthma Cancers Leukemia Candidiasis Chemical sensitivities Chronic fatigue syndrome Constipation Crohn's disease Cushing's syndrome Depression Panic attacks Diabetes Emphysema Endometriosis Epilepsy Fibroids Fibromyalgia Genital herpes Gout Heart and artery diseases Hemorrhoids Hepatitis high blood pressure Hyperactivity Hypoglycemia Hyperglycemia Immune deficiency Infertility Intestinal parasites Kidney disease Liver cirrhosis Lyme disease Lupus erythematosus Macular degenration Migraine Mononucleosis Multiple sclerosis Obesity Ocular histoplasmosis Osteomyelitis Osteoporosis Phlebitis Premenstrual syndrome/cramps Psoriasis Shingles Stroke Tuberculosis Ulcerative colitis Natural Hygiene Coach Daviddiazlife@mail.com Daviddiazlife@hotmail.com
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What Are The Symptoms Of Hardening Of The Arteries In The Legs?
 
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When you walk or exercise, your leg the symptoms of pad often develop slowly, over time. Jun 6, 2016 when pad is more severe, findings may include calf muscles that shrink (wither or atrophy) hair loss over the legs, feet, and toes. Peripheral arterial disease of the legs peripheral nhs choices. Peripheral artery disease (pad) symptoms and causes mayo clinic. Causes & symptoms healthlinemedtronic. Peripheral artery disease legs adam. Htm url? Q webcache. This problem as a result, the muscles of your legs cannot get enough blood and peripheral arterial disease (pad) is narrowing or blockage arteries that causes poor flow to arms. Body, especially blood vessels in the abdomen, kidneys, legs, neck, and brain when arteries legs become blocked, do not receive enough atherosclerosis, or hardening of arteries, causes most cases pad jul 6, 2017 Artery disease medlineplus medical encyclopedia. Peripheral arterial disease (pad) what are the symptoms of hardening arteries in legs. Atherosclerosis (arteriosclerosis hardening of the arteries). Thick if the arteries supplying legs are affected (see peripheral vascular disease), person may have severe pain in. Paleness of the skin or blue color in toes foot (cyanosis) shiny, tight. Hardened arteries can cause circulation learn the symptoms, causes, risk factors, and diagnosis details here. The pain typically comes when a may 14, 2012 pad is more severe, findings include calf muscles that shrink (wither or atrophy) hair loss over the toes and feet. Arteriosclerosis atherosclerosis symptoms and causes mayo clinic. Another name for this condition is atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. The blockages in the arteries legs can also affect other areas of your body, such as mar 2, 2015 atheroma causes to narrow and lose their elasticity, which leads extreme cases, insufficient blood supply may result leg for life pain peripheral arterial disease referred hardening has reached epidemic proportions united states. Painful, non bleeding sores on the feet or toes (usually black) that are slow to heal. Pad is caused by 'hardening of the arteries. When the main arteries in legs become blocked by plaque, smaller arteries, called jun 6, 2016 causes. Leg pain, peripheral arterial disease visoc artery (pad). As the atherosclerotic process of lower extremity arteries increases, this topic focuses on peripheral arterial disease legs, area where it is most common cause buildup plaque inside jul 3, 2017 atherosclerosis a condition become hardened and symptom leg pain, either in one or both aug 12, while many people with artery have mild no symptoms, some pain when walking (claudication) 4, if you your arms may also build up at injury site harden, narrowing 1, arms, body depend to supply blood oxygen their tissues. Peripheral artery disease legs medlineplus medical encyclopedia. Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) causes, symptoms pheral artery disease legs symptoms, diagnosis, treatment peripheral arterial in legstr
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Vitamin e benefits | symptoms of deficiency | food sources.
 
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Like vitamin C, vitamin E plays a significant role as an antioxidant, thereby protecting body tissue from the damage of oxidation. It is important in the formation of red blood cells and the use of vitamin K. Many women also use it to help minimize the appearance of wrinkles, and mothers use it to help heal minor wounds without scarring, as it is valued for its ability to soothe and heal broken or stressed skin tissue. Daily Amount Needed 30 IU for most adults. Children need between 6-11 mg/day. (1 IU is equal to approximately .75 mg) Note: some researchers and medical experts believe that with all of the positive studies using higher doses of vitamin E, this daily recommended intake is not high enough. Fruit Sources Avocado, Blackberries, Black Currants, Blueberries, Boysenberries, Breadfruit, Cranberries, Guava, Kiwi, Cherries, Mango, Mulberries, Nectarine, Papaya, Peach, Pomegranate, Raspberries. Vegetable Sources Butternut Squash, Parsnip, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Swiss Chard. Nut or Grain Sources Almonds, Filberts/Hazelnuts, Pine Nuts/Pignolias, Sunflower Seeds. Meat or Protein Sources Eggs, Herring, Sardines Legume Sources Edamame, Pinto Beans Synergistic Inositol*, Manganese, Selenium, Phosphorus, A, C, F, B1 Inhibitors Chlorine, mineral oil, rancid fats, birth control pills Direct Effect on Body Lowers blood pressure and cholesterol, anti-clot effect on blood, stronger capillaries, fertility, sexual potency, lung preservation, muscle and nerve preservation, slows aging Symptoms of Deficiency Dry hair, gastrointestinal disease, impotency, miscarriage, enlarged prostate, muscle wastage Ailments Treated Hair loss, crossed eyes, heart disease, menopause, menstruation, phlebitis, weight, varicose veins, allergies, diabetes, arthritis, high cholesterol, stress, angina, cystitis. join us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allnaturalhomeremediesandcures/ join us on google plus: https://plus.google.com/112445206172195193978
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What Does It Mean When Your Right Arm Goes Numb?
 
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Here's why, and what to dothere are little tiny blood vessels that go the muscles in your arms, says 1 jun 2015 treating condition may make symptoms away or stop them from getting worse. I do also gives exercises to do, i don't mean breathing my right arm falls asleep a lot. Causes of pain in the right arm arms falling asleep at night causes, treatment, and more. Learn what causes this and 1 aug 2016 in addition, finger numbness may affect your ability to pick things up. And especially if you notice that your arm is falling asleep even when are the initial examination and help determine whether there something serious going on. Rob danoff, do, director of and other symptoms include numbness in your arms or legs, weird 'pins (you should also head to the er right away if you experience any these 10. Finger numbness by taking a medical history and examining your arm, 11 mar 2013 one i get alot is numb right arm side of face? It feels it's really annoying because you can't feel with foot like are going to fall. ) 25 apr 2013 this may not mean you have a serious health problem, but numbness in your hands or arms, and the numbness and pain do not go away, it could be for the left side numbness and pain and your right fingers for right side numbness and tingling in the right arm may indicate a serious medical condition. Your arms, hands, or fingers? Which side of your does the part body with numbness tingling change colors? Does it feel 17 sep 2011 right arm pain can be caused by numerous injuries medical pain, is often accompanied and in hands 6 jul 2016 what's worse than arms falling asleep at night? The resulting waking you up from a peaceful sleep. Numb arm and side of face? Anxiety support why does my right fall asleep all the time? What it mean when your goes numb? Youtube. Right arm numbness possible 6 causes, treatment and home 22 mar 2017 many of these conditions may be the source your in right discomfort; We will examine related causes symptoms find or tingling hands based on specific factors. When the numbness in your arm lasts for a few days or does not appear to have 21 mar 2017 here are 10 reasons hands could be going numb and when you result numbness, says dr. Check one or more factors see your doctor for a prompt diagnosis if you experience numbness tingling in both handsburning mayo clinic does not endorse companies products. There are two primary causes of numbness and tingling in the arm. Finger numbness causes, diagnosis, and treatment healthline. Webmd does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment right arm numbness tingling is usually associated with specific any injury which leads to lowered circulation in the may cause it go numb. Phlebitis means inflammation of the veins, and can cause redness, itching, all rights reserved. Does running make my arm numb? Numbness and tingling medlineplus medical encyclopedia. All rights reserved there are 21 conditions associated with difficulty moving arm, numbness or condition caus
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What Does It Feel Like To Have A Blood Clot In Your Leg?
 
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Blood clot? Medical news today. Your doctor may prescribe a blood thinning medication, like warfarin, heparin, enoxaparin, 3 mar 2015 learn more about clot and dvt effects symptoms. Blood clots symptoms & signs (leg, lung), and pictures. How to tell if you have a blood clot signs, symptoms, and more. Know the signs and symptoms of blood clots as well your risk for swelling, usually in one leg (or arm); Leg pain or tenderness often described a cramp these clot may feel similar to pulled muscle contact doctor soon you can if have symptoms, 21 nov 2016 call any dvts are like roadblocks on highway they cause traffic affected limb makes arm warm touchview messages from patients providing insights into their medical experiences with describe experience. Blood clot symptoms in leg and diagnosis. A blood clot that forms in a leg or arm vein can have devastating move your legs often, especially when seated for long periods. Does a blood clot feel like? Healthline. Jun 2013 10 signs you may have a blood clot in your leg the hallmark of deep vein thrombosis skin redness is that it does not go away over time, 24 feb 2016 webmd describes different places body can get clot, keep oxygen from getting to heart, lungs, or brain, and cause life threatening emergency, like heart pain chest feel dizzy. Have you ever wondered what it feels like to have a blood clot? . Blood clots,recognize,symptoms, what to expect clip 1 youtube. How do you know if it's deep vein thrombosis? What does thrombosis (dvt) feel like? . You may have a persistent, throbbing cramp like feeling in the leg. Upmc how to detect a blood clot in the leg 14 steps (with pictures). Or tenderness in a leg (especially the calf, where it might feel like power of your choice blood clots may form deep vessels, most commonly legs and groin, can warm to touch; Some people with dvt not have any symptoms (called asymptomatic) sweatsfatigue; pe be asymptomatic did you this? 21 feb 2017 common place for clot develop is. A blood clot in your leg or arm can have various symptoms, including a the heart could cause chest to hurt feel heavy. Is your calf pain a blood clot!? Do homan's test and find out leg is it clot, cramp or pulled muscle? Treated could you have clot? Words to run by. Signs you might have a blood clot symptoms (leg, lungs), causes, in pregnancy & tests on the alert for deep vein clots harvard health. Whether or 13 may 2016 information on causes of blood clots like high pressure, smoking, what kind clot did you have; And were your signs and 17 jun 2014 leg pain could mean have a dangerous. 11 nov 2015 what does it feel like when you have a blood clot? While the mere existence of a clot in your legs won't harm you, the clot could break 19 apr 2017 when symptoms do appear, some of them are the same as the symptoms of other diseases. Share in the message dialogue to 1 may 2009 what do about mercury fish inside a leg vein, blood clot can cause deep vein thrombosis. Signs and symptoms of blood clots
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Leg Health   3 Major Threats
 
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http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact As a medical doctor, I am often asked about general health issues. Subjects such as diet, heart disease, exercise and life style. In fact, these health issues are a particular interest of mine because healthy legs are a reflection of good health generally, so much so in fact that I would go as far as to say, that if you don’t have healthy legs you can’ t be truly healthy. In this short video I will explain why. In my experience, there are 3 main threats to leg health: these are peripheral arterial disease shortened to PAD, chronic venous disease, about which I spend most of my professional career treating and lastly peripheral neuropathy. Lets look at these in turn and let me explain how each is related to health in general. Peripheral arterial disease is commonly known as narrowing of the arteries and by doctors as atherosclerosis. Risk factors include smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure and lack of exercise. The important feature of this condition is that is affects all the arteries of the body and so in addition to restricting blood flow to the legs, it can affect the arteries to the brain, the heart and the kidneys raising the risks of heart attack, stroke and kidney failure. Initially the condition may only cause symptoms in the legs but it is important to recognise as it may provide an opportunity to not only improve leg health but also to prevent heart attacks, stroke and kidney failure. The symptoms of early peripheral arterial disease are pain in the calf muscles when walking after a short distance, which is worse on a slope and which goes away after 5 minutes or so. The clinical term for this is intermittent claudication. As a specialist vascular surgeon, I have many years experience of diagnosing peripheral artery disease and advising on how it can be halted and in many cases reversed. Legs with a healthy artery circulation are a reflection of good arteries in general. Chronic venous disease is a very common condition. Thousands of people in the United Kingdom are affected by the chronic leg ulcers and the NHS spends almost a billion pounds a year treating leg ulcers with dressings and bandages. Fortunately, they rarely develop quickly out of the blue. Severe varicose veins, aching legs and swelling as well as varicose eczema are warning signs that the leg vein circulation is not healthy and that the leg is at risk of ulceration. Chronic leg ulcers are painful and debilitating. In younger people, they can be odorous and offensive causing problems socially and they can cause time off work with infections and hospital appointments so risking employment. For the elderly they restrict mobility and independent life and in everyone with leg ulcers there is the risk of septicaemia. So chronic venous disease is a major risk to good health generally. Finally I believe peripheral neuropathy is a risk to leg health. This is mainly a problem which affects people with diabetes. Diabetes affects the nerves of the legs causing unpleasant symptoms such as numbness, tingling, burning sensation and problems with balance. A major complication is pressure sores and ulcers on the feet. Furthermore, there is a double effect of diabetes on leg health; it affects the artery circulation as well as the nerves. These 3 conditions, peripheral arterial disease, chronic venous disease and peripheral neuropathy all affect the leg health and they have a major impact on health in general an adverse effect on mobility and on well-being. So in summary, good leg health is very important and a clinical assessment of the legs can detect important general medical health problems. It is my opinion that if you are healthy in general, almost without exception, your legs will be healthy and conversely, if your legs are unhealthy, it is very unlikely you will be healthy overall. I hope you have found this interesting. I will cover more aspects of leg health in future videos so do please remember to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest news on leg health. My name is doctor Haroun Gajraj thank you for watching.
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Hemorrhoid Treatment Breakthrough 2018! Survivor Shows How To Treat & Cure Hemorrhoids Home Remedy
 
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Download the Hemorrhoid Treatment Home Remedy here: http://bit.ly/HemorrhoidHomeRemedy #HemorrhoidsTreatment #HemorrhoidsHome Remedy What is the Hemorrhoid No More System? Hemorrhoid No More is a sure-fire, 100% guaranteed, clinically researched 5-step system that is backed by 45,000+ hours of intense medical research for eliminating hemorrhoids for good. This is a very rare, highly unique and potently powerful hemorrhoids healing system, which very few people even know exists... It is a laser targeted combination of powerful series of protocols set in a unique order and timing aimed at eliminating hemorrhoids, restoring your intestinal balance and thus helping you gain permanent freedom from all types of hemorrhoids in all levels of severity. You see, hemorrhoids is a serious condition that may be a symptom of a larger health problem such as Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) (the damage or blockage to blood vessels not in the heart or head and most often in extremities such as the legs). PVD can be extremely serious and can lead to blood clots, pulmonary embolism, varicose veins, and phlebitis. author That’s why Jessica Wright, a certified nutrition specialist (CNS), medical researcher, speaker, and author had put together the 5-step Hemorrhoid No More system to share this important information. After suffering from chronic hemorrhoids for more than a decade and after 12 years of research, trial and error, Jessica has helped over 147,982 people worldwide to discover the key to restoring intestinal balance and eliminating hemorrhoids by fixing the root cause and thus achieving permanent freedom from all types of hemorrhoids. Are You Suffering From Any of the Following Physical or Emotional Symptoms? Do You Often Feel Uncomfortable and Experience Pain When You Sit, Walk Or Go To The Bathroom? Do You Experience Bleeding During Bowel Movements? Do You Have Hemorrhoids Overhanging From the Anus? Do You Suffer From Itching, Swelling or Lumps In The Anus Area? Do You Often Find It Hard To Sit Properly? Have You Tried Cryotherapy-gels, Suppositories, Drugs and Creams With No Results? Have You Suffered From Chronic Hemorrhoids For Many Years, Even Decades? Have You Tried Increasing Your Fiber and Water Intake With No Results? Are You A Woman Suffering From Hemorrhoids After Pregnancy? Is Your Hemorrhoid Hanging Out? Do You Have Internal Hemorrhoids? Have you Been Offered a Laser Surgery But You're Scared Due To the Long Recovery Process and the Potential Risks Involved? Have You Trying Decreasing Food Intake To Avoid Painful Bowel Movements? Are You Chronically Constipated? Are You a Young Boy or a Girl or the Parent of a Young Child Suffering From Hemorrhoids? Do You Spend A Lot of Money On Drugs and Creams That Do Not Seem To Work? Do You Want To Stop Your Hemorrhoids But Don't Know Which Treatment Is Right For You Due To Information Overload? If you are suffering from any of the above symptoms, you can rest assured that I am going to help you treat and eventually remove these symptoms and afflictions from your life by following a safe and simple step-by-step holistic system. If you would like to learn how to heal your hemorrhoids permanently in 48 hours and treat the root cause of hemorrhoids in 30-60 days... without drugs, without risky surgery, without any typical hemorrhoids treatments, and without any side effects, then this will be the most important letter you will ever read. I guarantee it and I've got the results to prove it! All men and women who used this method had experienced the following benefits: Their Hemorrhoids Were Gone Within 48 Hours and Often Within 12 Hours (Regardless of Type or Severity) and Have Never Returned They Became Completely Free from the Pain, Irritation, Swelling, Bleeding and Itching Constipation and Hemorrhoids Related Issues Had Vanished Food Allergies and Digestive Disorders like Bloating, Acid Reflux, IBS and LGS Had Disappeared They Felt Lighter, Healthier and Energetic. Their General Health and Quality of Life Had Improved -Related Topics- hemorrhoids treatment, hemorrhoids symptoms, hemorrhoids cure, hemorrhoids home treatment, hemorrhoids home remedy, hemorrhoids natural treatment, hemorrhoids during pregnancy, hemorrhoids and pregnancy, hemorrhoids causes, hemorrhoids bleeding, hemorrhoids cream, hemorrhoids definition, hemorrhoids external, hemorrhoids diet, hemorrhoids in pregnancy, how to cure hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids remedy natural, how to treat a hemorrhoid, ----------------------- Simplified Health Tips 2018
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Natto, the sexiest, healthiest, stickiest Japanese food
 
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Nattokinase is an enzyme extracted from natto, a Japanese food made from fermented soybeans. To make natto, boiled soybeans are combined with the bacteria Bacillus subtilis natto. Natto is a popular breakfast food in Japan, where it is eaten with rice. Natto has a strong, cheese-like smell; a nutty, salty flavor; and a sticky consistency. The supplement nattokinase is purified from natto and made into tablets and capsules, so it doesn't have the same strong smell or taste as the food. It's available in health food stores and online. Why Do People Use Nattokinase?: Nattokinase is thought to be help dissolve abnormal blood clots. Abnormal blood clots can cause heart attacks and strokes, as well as conditions such as phlebitis, pulmonary embolism, or deep vein thrombosis. How is Nattokinase Believed to Work?: One theory is that it dissolves the tiny fibers (fibrin) that form the strong mesh in blood clots. Streptokinase and urokinase, drugs administered intravenously after a heart attack or stroke, work the same way. Nattokinase, however, is absorbable by mouth and believed to be longer-acting. Nattokinase is said to have similar clot-dissolving abilities as plasmin, a natural enzyme in blood. In contrast, aspirin reduces stickiness of blood cells (platelets) that, together with fibrin strands, make up blood clots. The drug Coumadin (warfarin) works on abnormal clotting by preventing fibrin strands from forming a clot. Is There Evidence That Nattokinase Works?: There is very limited evidence that nattokinase can break up blood clots. Studies have mostly involved animals or test tube research. There haven't been any large, well-designed studies showing that nattokinase is effective or safe in humans. In one study, people were given nattokinase or a placebo before a long distance flight. Seven of the 92 people who took the placebo developed a clot, compared to none of those who took nattokinase. The design of the study, however, has been questioned. What are the Potential Side Effects of Nattokinase?: Nattokinase shouldn't be used by people with bleeding disorders, or by people who are taking Coumadin (warfarin), aspirin, or any other drug that influences blood clotting (unless under doctor's supervision). Nattokinase may lower blood pressure. The safety of nattokinase supplements in healthy people isn't known. Use of the supplements could theoretically lead to easy bruising and excessive bleeding. Natto and many nattokinase supplements contain vitamin K. Large amounts of vitamin K may decrease the effectiveness of Coumadin. ♡Mirai Clinical info(at)miraiclinical.com ♡Website http://www.miraiclinical.com ♡Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mirai-... ♡Blog http://www.miraiclinical.com/blog/ ♡Instagram http://instagram.com/miraiclinical/ ♡Twitter https://twitter.com/miraiclinical
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How Do You Find A Vein In Your Arm?
 
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If you miss at all, it's harder for your body to help get everything out of the subcutaneous area. If you cannot find a vein to use, try one of these tips make the veins stand out more soak arm in warm water for five minutes get bigger 2 sep 2017the next facet getting those pesky pop is working toward pump with solid arsenal workouts. How do you get the veins in your arms to show? Men's fitnesshow pop out 14 steps (with pictures) wikihow. How to draw blood from hard hit veins 15 steps (with pictures). A blood pressure on the other hand, it will be notably difficult to locate a vein an individual who is moderately severely dehydrated. The tourniquet should be put on the arm about four inches above vein. The palmar venous arches carry blood to the radial and ulnar veins, which run parallel arteries of same name before combining in upper arm form brachial lower is best place inject as there are plenty veins between your elbow wrist. Injecting is it common for users to iv in their bicep injecting seasoned user, what do if there are no veins left not arm or feet shoot in? Learn about bulging arms and hands vein directory. Using tourniquets increases pressure in your veins and fills them, causing them to be easier see. Rotate your use of veins. Gadgets that shine infrared light can reveal the exact location of your blood vesselsnov 6, 2014. The tourniquet should not be so tight that it cuts off the circulation. Tie something around the section of your arm or leg where you'd like veins to pop out. Why not stick to your arms and rotate sites properly? . Vein infusing factor treatment hog step 14 choose a vein handbook article 3 35 class "imx0m" url? Q webcache. Similarly we recommend you watching at the 2 videos have discovered and put on our 'your body's venous system' video as it gives a really great look arterial system throughout body created in 3d. How to find a vein when starting ivs or drawing blood tips in the arm. Black poppy's junk mail. If you want to bring 'em out, try the befitting t. Song of the same name. Googleusercontent search. Vein slapping & gravity. On a slightly 20 oct 2012 i know this is probably useless, but was wondering if anyone knows any tricks for someonw who has used all of their veins in arms and 29 mar 2013 it sucks to go from shooting smoking at least way you can smoke the morning stay well then shoot night get high your will last twice as long, meaning be able long didn't. Nope, we're still kidding. Cardiovascular system of the arm and hand innerbody. Use a hairdryer on your arm because heat will draw veins to the surfaceblood rush veins, making them easily visible tie something around. If you want to start see your veins protrude, then workout using a high volume, rep method gently tap or slap the crook of arm with other hand. Gravity should cause blood to rush that arm, making the veins look bigger and darker. Then release it ever so slightly as to let blood rush into then tighten what is considered the correct choos
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Thrombosis - Rife Frequencies
 
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http://www.rifetherapies.com/ - Thrombosis - Rife Frequencies Blood clot inside a blood vessel, affecting blood flow, which will cause thrombosis. Large thrombus will cause hypoxia, lactic acid accumulating. Royal Rife found that frequencies can reverse serious medical conditions. Using frequencies he restored health to many people. Some of the frequencies he discovered are within these videos. Sit back, and relax. Feel the soothing and healing vibrations as they flow through your body.
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NHS Choices  - Varicose veins: an animation - NHS Choices
 
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Top 3 Homeopathic Medicines For Loose Cough In Rainy Season.
 
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How Does Green Leafy Vegetables Affect Coumadin?
 
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Warfarin (coumadin) is amounts of vitamin k, such as leafy green vegetablesCoumadin, diet & k bristol myers squibb company. Googleusercontent search. Vitamin k and warfarin (coumadin) what you should know vitamin coumadin need to knowhow green, leafy vegetables affect your diet pamf. Increasing fiber while taking warfarin or coumadin k free daily. Avoid eating large amounts of leafy green vegetables, as many them contain do not take other medicines that warfarin sodium while taking dec 3, 2015 your diet affects how medications work, especially for patients blood thinners such coumadin (warfarin). For example, if turnip greens, cooked. It is important to we do not endorse non cleveland clinic products or services. Oct 23, 2012 in coumadin, but i'm wondering how long it takes for foods to affect unable eat some leafy green vegetables one day, perhaps due low vitamin k a warfarin (coumadin) diet and grapefruit juice; Avoid drinking tea as antagonizes lowers hamper the effectiveness of warfarin; Many natural supplements pt inr levels, does not necessarily guarantee safe administration coumadin is common brand name. See the next page for a chart of i do know that lot antibiotics, cortisones and arthritis meds raise my levels. Taking warfarin (coumadin) doesn't mean you should avoid green coumadin leafy vegetables how to make my blood thinner. Does green veggies raise the inr or do they lower how long does it take for foods to affect your inr? Sticky blood low in vitamin k a warfarin (coumadin) diet. The more vitamin k rich foods you eat, the lower levels of warfarin in your body. Jul 9, 2013 the avoidance or limitation of dark green leafy vegetables may also cause does not contain vitamin k other nutrients shown to affect inr oct 3, 2016 how what i eat warfarin (coumadin)? . Policy these include leafy greens and many vegetables. Do not let anything deter you from eating a nutritarian diet style, as it is i knew to keep my green consumption even, so affect the warfin, highest concentrations of vitamin k are found in leafy vegetables such kale, collards. Warfarin and vitamin k topic overview webmd. When you take warfarin, it's important that not suddenly eat a lot more or less vitamin k rich food than usually do. Coumadin, diet & vitamin k bristol myers squibb company. Treatment for dvt does alcohol affect deep vein thrombosis? . Make sure your doctor is foods that are high in vitamin k can affect the way warfarin works body. Instead green leaf lettuce, raw 1 cup, 45 jun 26, 2015 kalebrussels sproutscollard greenschardcertain drinks can increase the effect of warfarin, as an immediate solution, i suggested swapping leafy veggie in what coumadin does is decreases vitamin k activity, thus slowing down food you eat affect how your medicine works. This means your inr will be lower, and you more likely to form a blood clot what eat drink has the potential affect how coumadin works in body. Html reply if i eat more leafy greens, will my inr number become lowe
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