Veins are thin-walled vessels through which the impure blood is carried back to the heart. They
usually have valves which regular the flow of blood towards the heart. Varicose veins are a
condition in which veins become enlarged, dilated or thickened.
Varicose veins can occur in any part of the body but generally appear on the legs. The veins of
the legs are the largest in the body and they carry the blood from the lower extremities upwards
towards the heart. The direction of circulation in these vessels is largely determined by gravity.
Though there are no mechanical obstacles to blood-flow, it is usually the incompetence of the
valve which leads to an increase in intravenous pressure.
Varicose veins have an unsightly appearance and can be dangerous. A blood clot within a large,
greatly dilated vein may breakaway and move toward the heart and lungs, causing serious
complications. Varicose veins are about thrice as common as occurrence in women as in men.
This disease is rare in rural undeveloped societies.
The first sign of varicose veins is a swelling along the course of the veins. This may be followed
by muscular cramps and a feeling of tiredness in the legs behind he knees. In some cases, the
normal flow of blood towards the heart may be reversed when the patient is in an upright
position. This results in venous blood collecting in the lower part of the legs and the skin
becomes purplish and pigmented, leading to what is known as varicose eczema or varicose
ulcers. Both conditions cause severe pain.
A varicose condition of the veins results from sluggish circulation due to various factors such as
constipation, dietetic errors, lack of exercise and smoking. Standing for long periods and wearing
tight clothings can also lead to sluggish circulation. Pregnancy may cause varicose veins due to
increased pressure in the pelvis and abdomen, which slows down the flow of blood from the
lower extremities to the heart. Women usually suffer from this condition in the early years of
child-bearing. Obesity can also cause varicose veins.
What We Give For Cure Varicose Veins
For a proper treatment of varicose veins, the patients should, in the beginning, be put on a juice
fast for four or five days or on all-fruit diet for 7 to 10 days. A warm water enema should be
administered daily during this period to cleanse the bowels and measures should be taken to
After the juice fast or all the fruits- diet ,the patient should adopt restricted diet plan. In this
regimen, oranges or orange and lemon juice may be taken for breakfast.
Take all treatments only under expert naturopathy doctor guidance and supervision.
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