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How Can Pregnancy Affect My Leg Veins?

Pregnancy! Such a heavy word it seems: on one hand, you are celebrating and eagerly awaiting the arrival of your baby with so much anticipation and warmth, while on the other hand, you can’t really ignore the obnoxious rate at which your body gets affected in more than one ways. 258 more words

Varicose Veins

Power of Butterbur

In my language, name of Butterbur sounds like 9 powers. This clearly demonstrates how effective and respectable plant Butterbur is.

Additionally to the healing effects, Butterbur is amazing plant. 344 more words

Charming Skin-A Complete Know How of Varicose Veins

Although very common in the contemporary times, varicose veins or simply varices are exceedingly painful conditions along with being absolutely unsightly and despicable. These generally occur when the veins just below the skin of your legs and feet dilate and enlarge due to the clotting of blood. 274 more words

Varicose Veins

Dos And Don’ts for Varicose and Spider Veins

Undulation in hormones, obesity, high-heeled sandals, and standing all day are some of the factors that cause spider or varicose veins. There are quite a few preventative measures and medical techniques (both noninvasive and surgical) available to treat such conditions. 383 more words

Vein Treatment

OBESITY hypoventilation syndrome (OHS)

OBESITY hypoventilation syndrome (OHS) also known as pickwickian syndrome a condition that occurs in severely obese people who fail to breathe rapidly enough, where poor breathing leads to lower blood oxygen levels and higher blood carbon dioxide levels in blood. 604 more words

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Preventing Chronic Ulcers

As published in The Nation – Preventing Chronic Ulcers

Owing to the dietary patterns and the general lifestyle, the South Asian region is increasingly vulnerable to diabetes, Sri Lanka being no exception. 1,047 more words