How does stress affect your veins?
Stress negatively affects your health. In addition to anxiety and depression, its symptoms could also be physical, such as headaches, stomach aches or fatigue.
Unfortunately, stress can also affect your vascular system.
How does stress affect your vascular health?
The risk of developing a venous disorder can be predetermined by a number of factors, including family and medical history and lifestyle choices. When you are always dealing with stress, your veins will feel it too!
- Stress can increase your heart rate and blood pressure, which is very taxing on the heart and can lead to angina, chest pains, and even a heart attack.
- Stress can cause significant damage to the artery walls, as it leads to an increase in fatty deposits and fosters blood coagulation.
Managing stress for healthier veins
To minimize the negative impacts of stress on the health of your veins, we encourage you to find healthy ways of managing stressful situations.
Take on healthy habits
A fun exercise program can help reduce stress and improve blood circulation. And, eating healthy foods will give your body the beneficial nutrients it needs!
Take care of your looks
Don’t hesitate to buy things that will make you happy. Treat yourself to a pair of JOBST® compression stockings for your daily activities. You’ll look fashionable and have healthy legs!
JOBST® compression stockings help reduce the appearance of varicose veins
If you have unsightly varicose veins, consider having them treated. First, buy yourself a pair of JOBST® compression stockings. They effectively reduce the appearance of varicose veins while helping your legs be healthier.
If compression is not enough, there are non-invasive medical procedures that can help. Speak with your doctor to know which options are best suited to your needs.
SD Vein Institute; Dr. Lowell S. Kabnick.