Spider Veins Aren’t Dangerous, But They Can Keep You From Feeling Your Best
Telangiectasias, commonly known as spider veins, is a condition in which clusters of small dilated red or purple blood vessels appear on the legs, feet and face. Spider veins usually occur between the ages of 18-35 years and peaks between the ages of 50-60 years. They are quite common and can affect both men and women. In fact, as many as 79% of adult males and 88% of adult females develop spider veins during their lifetime.
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There is no one specific cause of spider veins, but there are several factors that have shown to contribute to their development. Risk factors include:
Hereditary or family history
Birth Control Pills
A history of blood clots
Exposure to UV rays
Crossing the legs for extended periods
Standing for extended periods
Trauma or impact, such as regular running or jogging
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Results are often noticeable after only one session
Treatments are safe, non-invasive and virtually painless
You can immediately resume your regular activities
There are very few, if any, side effects
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patients have been satisfied with for years.
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