Varicose veins have been known since time immemorial, even in ancient times, eminent doctors tried to stop it, but failed. What has changed since then? Today, varicose veins have become a symbol of modernity, as it is the scourge of most people in Western countries who lead a sedentary lifestyle.
The disease was not saved and the countries of Eastern Europe, where industrialization, and later offices, absorbed new workers, chaining them to computers.
Varicose veins are an irreversible pathological process of expansion and lengthening of the veins with thinning of the venous wall and formation of "ganglia", as well as insufficiency of their valves due to a genetic defect. The disease affects both women and men.
Varicose veins are a common disease that occurs at a fairly young age. People ages 30 to 40 are especially susceptible to the disease.
To date, three approaches have been proven to treat varicose veins. These are the most practiced areas:
- laser treatment and radiofrequency obliteration;
- surgical removal of veins.
- suspend the development of the disease;
- reduce pain, swelling and pain;
- prevent complications;
- improve venous circulation.
The variety of means designed to help with this disease is quite extensive: tablets, ointments, gels, creams, pastes, tinctures and compresses, massages, special gymnastics.
Foot cream for varicose veins can be used in quite advanced stages of the disease, because its active ingredients enhance the therapeutic effect of other drugs.
However, cream for varicose veins is not a panacea, but only a means of reliable prevention and treatment of the disease in an integrated approach.
Gel for varicose veins is the most effective remedy, due to the possibility of deep penetration into the patient's skin.
That is why the use of gels is recommended: they are more hygienic and faster to work.
They contain substances that contribute to the rapid penetration of active components into the tissues of the body.
Creams and gels groups
Groups of gels and creams for the treatment of varicose veins:
- phlebotonic- improve the tone of the walls of blood vessels and improve blood flow;
- antithrombotic- improve blood rheology;
- non-steroidal anti-inflammatory pain relievers- have anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, reduce tissue edema, prevent platelet adhesion;
- corticosteroids- have anti-inflammatory, vasoconstrictor and antiallergic effects, reduce leukocyte migration, inhibit fibroblast growth, prevent the development of connective tissues at the site of injury.
The best gels and creams for the disease.
Which gel or cream is best for varicose veins is an ambiguous question, but a specialist will help answer it.
Only a doctor can recommend the most suitable drug: phlebotonic, antithrombotic agent or NSAIDs.
The sedentary lifestyle of a modern person causes multiple problems in the vascular system.
Do not underestimate the consequences of such a disease.
By not causing discomfort in the early stages, varicose veins can significantly affect quality of life and cause complications.
That is why, at the first signs of a disease, you should consult a doctor and use creams and gels in the treatment of varicose veins.