varicose veins

Varicose veins are a standard condition caused by weak or damaged vein walls and valves. Varicose veins may form whenever vital sign increases inside your veins. This can happen due to pregnancy, constipation, a tumour, or overweight and obesity

Commonly, smoking, poor diet, and a sedentary lifestyle can lead to the development of varicose veins. However, many people do not know that alcohol use can have major effects on varicose veins.

Excessive drinking affects major organs in the body and the circulatory system is no exception to this drinking doesn’t directly cause varicose veins to develop it can worsen pre-existing problems of you suffer from varicose veins you should consider the following will allow you to drink responsibly and avoid worsening issues with your circulation system

Intake of alcohol increases heart rate, which causes the blood to pump through veins much faster. This causes stress in your leg also stresses the liver prevents the liver from poorly filtering alcohol from the blood which leads to thickening of the blood and makes them harder to push blood through veins

Alcohol also creates the condition which will cause spider veins, Alcohol breaks down the collagen within the vein walls which can end in the skinny webs of veins rising to the surface of the skin within the leg.

Nicotine narrows the blood vessels and limits the blood that flow to your veins Smoking increases the formation of plaque in blood vessels. Chemicals in cigarette smoke cause the blood to thicken and forms clots inside veins and arteries.

 Coronary heart condition occurs when arteries that carry blood to the guts muscle are narrowed by plaque or blocked by clots. The constant constriction results in the blood vessels that are stiff and less elastic. Constriction of blood vessels decreases the amount of oxygen and nutrients in your cells. There are 7,000+ chemicals in cigarettes as we mentioned above lead to circulation restriction as well as narrowing of blood vessel walls. The more you smoke, the more your veins are unable to properly function and worsen veins.

 The frightening part about this is often that you’re not only putting yourself in danger of developing some unsightly veins on your legs, but you’re also putting your entire body at major risk, predominantly to your heart.

 Varicose veins, if left untreated, can restrict proper blood flow to your heart, which can lead to ulceration.

 The main culprits in tobacco smoke are carbon monoxide and nicotine. Both of these have been shown to restrict blood circulation, particularly to the legs. When the veins cannot pump blood properly from the legs back to the heart, varicose veins are the result.

 Moreover, smoking can encourage the formation of blood clots deep in your leg veins. It’s a condition known as DVT or deep vein thrombosis. DVT is often life-threatening if the clot travels to the lungs and develops into an embolism.

So ,Consumption of alcohol and smoking should me completely avoided or limited.

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