After the treatments, the varicose veins tend to diminish until they disappear completely. It is possible to expect a better aesthetic appearance of the skin where the varicose veins appear and where the vessels no longer dilate. However, in addition to the aesthetic aspect, the patient will also notice a physical improvement in general, since the swelling and the pains decrease.
However, regardless of the treatment used for the treatment of varicose veins, the person suffering from a predisposition to this disease is likely to have varicose veins in the future since it is a chronic disease: therapies and treatments can cure the diseased veins, but over time the pathology could affect other veins that at the time of the doctor’s intervention had not been affected. The best way to prevent varicose veins is to lead a healthy and active life, be followed by a specialist and perform annual exams to verify your health. There are also some tricks you can follow to ensure better results, such as wearing elastic compression stockings to help tighten blood vessels and help circulation or perform regular physical activity to help pump more blood and improve cardiac capacity, thus reducing the incidence of varicose veins.
Once a vein is treated, the problem will not appear again, but what may happen is that new lesions are formed. Precisely for this reason, it is so important to change your habits: it is essential that the blood circulate properly and not dilate other veins causing the recurrence of varicose veins.
Among the positive changes that can often be adopted, doctors recommend:
• Wear elastic compression stockings (as directed by the doctor)
• Lose weight
• Perform exercise regularly
• Drink a lot of wáter