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Vein Disease and Excessive Drinking – There is a Connection.

Alcohol is a widely accepted part of societal gatherings. In moderation alcohol will not do too much damage to the body, though make no mistake, it is a poison. When drunk in excess it can dehydrate the body and wreak havoc on the circulatory system as a whole which can lead easily to vein disease.

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Smoking Can Amplify Vein Disease, Varicose Veins and Spider Veins

Over the last couple of decades, science has brought to light the truth about smoking. That it is carcinogenic (can cause cancer) and do damage to the body overall. It may harm your lungs, your oral health, your heart, make you appear older than you are, and even contribute to vein disease. When the circulatory

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Vein Health and Sun Exposure

If you are beginning to notice signs of small varicose or spider veins under your skin, now is the time to get informed about how to take care of your legs, especially in the summer here in the Sunshine state. The Importance of sunscreen when it comes to veins These days most of us do

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Vitamins That Support Vein Health

Supplementing with certain vitamins can support vein health and also help to reduce pain and inflammation caused by varicose veins. While it is important to say upfront that vitamins alone can not cure vein disease, they can support the function and health of the circulatory system. Vitamins that help support vein health and blood flow

Tampa Vein Specialists

No one needs to suffer from untreated varicose vein disease anymore. In addition, with today's favorable insurance coverage, the procedures are even more accessible. If you have a vein problem, you need Dr. Zuzga and West Florida Vein Center!


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