How to Get Rid of Spider Veins

How to Get Rid of Spider Veins Naturally Without Surgery

Anyone who has ever suffered from varicose and spider veins knows that at worst they can cause severe pain and at best they can be very irritating. Though most common in older women, spider vein abnormalities are a serious problem caused by blocked circulation. Usually appearing to be blue, purple or dark red in color, all those that appear on the legs are generally caused by added pressure from either standing or sitting all day. As the condition becomes worse they appear to start bulging out from underneath the skin. When you understand just how serious an ailment they are, you will want to know how to get rid of your spider veins.

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They natural and simple way to alleviate the problem of spider veins, is to get better exercise, even just taking a short walk every day. Increasing the circulation in your legs, feet or wherever you are afflicted with your spider veins, can lessen the condition. Wearing loose fitting clothes and low heels, along with changing your sitting position (and restraining from crossing your legs) allows better circulation to decrease the pressure that causes this ailment. Whenever possible, you should elevate your legs above the area of your heart as a way to move the blood from your legs to your upper torso.

Ridding yourself of any excess weight is a very easy way to manage or eliminate your varicose and spider veins. The increased pressure from excess weight puts a heavy burden on your legs generally resulting in a decrease of normal blood circulation. By simply getting exercise and reducing excess weight you can effectively reduce the effects of spider veins.

Sclerotherapy is a popular treatment for varicose and spider veins. Your physician will inject a substance into the smaller veins affected by this condition, starring the inside tissue and forcing the veins close. This procedure allows your body to redirect blood into the healthier veins. Within a short amount of time after this procedure you should notice a relief of the symptoms. Those treated veins should in time begin to fade away.

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Many patients afflicted with varicose and spider veins opt for laser surgery. Using intense burst of highly concentrated light directly to the spider vein can greatly affect the condition and make the veins begin to fade. Recent technological advances now provide physicians with the tools necessary to perform these procedures on larger veins in the legs. Laser surgery procedure for varicose and spider veins is noninvasive, and requires no needle or incision.

For more serious conditions of varicose and spider veins, surgery is usually required for those patients who suffer greatly from pain and discomfort. While surgery is highly invasive, sometimes having to strip the veins from the area, it does provide an immediate and permanent solution to large varicose and spider veins.

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pinky June 4, 2011 at 7:39 am

wanna get rid of varicose veins

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Dianne June 11, 2011 at 1:25 pm

Spider veins are really painful and ugly looking

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mel June 21, 2011 at 4:07 pm

I hate them they are on my chest and arms, they make me paranoid and would like to get rid of them, have you had a treatment ? Ot sure what to do I started getting them when I was pregnant with my second child and they keep coming, not sure what to do ?

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Kel July 2, 2011 at 12:51 pm

Im only 22 yrs. old and i have a couple of them on my thighs. I exercise 4 times a week. I dont know what to do!!

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Anna July 6, 2011 at 3:37 am

I’m 19 an I’m an active dancer, and I have quite a few! Could it be genetics? I don’t know my birth family!

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Nikki July 23, 2011 at 3:24 am

I don’t think it’s genetic because my mom doesn’t have any, and neither does my grandmom or anyone else in my family.

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Emma August 4, 2011 at 2:33 am

It is genetic. And keeping fit doesn’t matter. I am quite skinny and have developed a few on my legs.

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Nikki July 23, 2011 at 3:22 am

I’m 19 and i’ve had them ever since I was 16. Exercise doesn’t help anything. I’m very self consious and I die in the summer time because I do not wear shorts or skirts because of this problem, they are pretty bad. I did see on TV that there was this lotion that goes with your color of you’re skin and it covers them, also it doesn’t wash away so that you can go swimming and not have to worry about it coming off. I want to try that but I forget what it was called so i cant go look for it!!

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sam August 3, 2011 at 3:12 am

I would recommend Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs. It’s like make-up for your legs. I’m 25 and I use to be self-conscious about my legs until I started using it. It’s better then other self-tanners I’ve tried….and it’s waterproof. You need soap and water to get it off.

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Belinda September 2, 2011 at 2:30 pm

Hi there,I would just like to know where you purchased the product you use on your legs?

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tasha September 16, 2011 at 2:56 pm

There was one I saw on tv called either smart cover or cover smart.It sounds similar to what you are talking about.And right now it is on sale for 19.95,I saw it a couple of days ago.

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jessica August 11, 2011 at 10:35 pm

Im only 16 years old and im very depressed because i cant wear shorts, skirts or dresses because of this…can anyone help me???

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sherronda August 15, 2011 at 11:20 am

Jessica, if your parents are willing, you can go to a dermatologist and they can inject a solution into the veins that causes them to collaspe. I had this done a few years ago. It’s a small needle. You sit on the table and the doctor treats each one. It takes about 20 minutes, doesn’t hurt (you only feel a little prick). The smaller veins disappear immediately. The larger ones will be bruised for a few weeks but will disappear. When you have a baby, you will get some more veins. This happened to me when I gave birth to twins. I am now in the process of getting rid of them again. This process is not covered by insurance and may cost about $300.

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chef ali August 19, 2011 at 5:28 am

hi i m 40year old .i have varicose veins in my right leg up to knee.i want to buy pressure garments up to thai ,pl z let me know about all information of treatment.and its cost, and ofcourse the cost of very good quality of pressure garments.

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biana white September 14, 2011 at 1:03 am

vericose veins are a sign of poor circulation. 1. start exercising. 2. load up on vitamins c and e 3. add extra fiber to your diet. 4. drink plenty of water 5. don’t cross your legs and try keeping your feet elevated level with your heart…. you’re welcome :)

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ellie October 14, 2011 at 5:22 am

im only 17 and i have varicose veins in a few spots and its become increasingly noticeable. i work at a supermarket part-time which means standing up for long periods of time. i’m so embarrassed because i’m so young and its so restricting! i cant afford to go to a surgeon to get them removed as it is so expensive. please try giving me some different options which are effective :’(

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Kayla October 14, 2011 at 11:11 pm

I’m 14 and have a few spider veins, you can barely notice them because they are so small. But I dont want them getting bigger or getting more! Help?
My mom has heaps and I don’t want to be like that.

I’m worried of they get worst no boy will ever want to date me!

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kiana October 20, 2011 at 9:28 am

im 19 years old and have had them since i was about 12.. im very active in that i play many sports and am constantly running.. i dont think mine are caused by the lack of activity in my life.. i have noticed, however, that my legs bruise very easily and the deep bruises seem to always cause sever vericose veins… what to do?# makeitstop

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Birdy October 23, 2011 at 4:37 am

Hi, im 14 and I have veins on the backs of my knees. Im not sure what type they are, as I know they are not spider veins, but neither do they bulge out like varicose veins. Im very self-concious of my legs now, because added to that I also have stretch marks, and rather dark hairs on my legs. So I was just wondering if anybody knows a cheap way of getting rid of them? As my parents probably wouldnt beable to pay for treatment.

Thankyou if you can answer this!!! :)

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sean kings (@goflyguys) November 1, 2011 at 3:35 pm

One of the main points that I have learned when it comes to veins is that one of the most common questions asked is how to get rid of spider veins and everyone that asks that should know that there is a solution. It all depends on where you find your physicist and how you go about by seeking out your treatment.

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Janet December 10, 2011 at 7:30 am

Im 25 and I’ve had spider veins since I was 17, they were’nt so noticeable till I turned 23 they started becoming more visible. After looking at them closely in the mirror I realized I need help! My legs have always been the envy of other girls and the desire of men, as I received so many compliments for my nicely long toned legs and body. After getting married and stopped excercising 5 times a day and not drinking 2 liters of water on a daily basis like I used to, I have learned that Im not that sexy slim girl anymore, my husband talks about getting me the surgery for my spider veins. Depressing but true!

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Lana December 27, 2011 at 6:35 am

I first noticed I had spider veins on my back when I was 20, which was 14yrs ago. I went and saw a dermatologist about them and he made me feel like a freak. I stopped worrying so much about them because they were faint and I rarely showed my back. I only started worrying about them when they started appearing on my chest (30yrs old). I now have them on my chest, arm, hips, upper & lower back, shoulders and legs. I have had scelortherapy on my left leg, which brought out more, a lot more. I then had some sort of radio wave vein removal on my left leg, (mainly used for the face) and this made them quadruply worse. I had laser on the ones on my chest and that worked perfectly. I also had laser once on my right leg and this didn’t work. I’ve always been slim and have always been into exercising. I really hate my body and never show it to the outside world. I know it may seem shallow/vain (haha) but I think I will be single for the rest of my life because I don’t want anyone seeing these ugly red/purple squiggly veins. I really want to get rid of them but am sick of forking heaps of money and getting crap results. I wish they would look into ‘stem cell’ rejuvenation for vein disease/weakness.

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Mel January 18, 2012 at 9:52 pm

My vwein problem started when I was about 8 or so because I was very chubby. Over the years I gained weight and they got worst. Since i got summited into a diet at 12 I have lost weight (went from 171 to 130) my left leg is very bad and the right one has some that arent very visible. I have alwayz wanted to go out in shorts but im ashamed of showing my legs with those ugly veins showing, and I´m currently 16 and well at thsi age i want to be able to wear anything since I lost enough weight and dropped from a pants size 18 to a 5, I wont even go into a pool without bermuda swiming shorts.My mom complains that I dont wear shorts to go out but i have my reasons and she knows them and well I feel very self consious about them and I have surely havent showned them to any guy because I dont want them to feel disgusted by them. Surgery is an option my mom looked for me and she wants me to do them but they retrain me from exersicing for two weeks or more, I´m looking for a natural way to get rid of them.

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Richard February 6, 2012 at 1:23 am

I’ll be honest – the best way I know to get rid of them is to walk once a day for at least 30 minutes and to also rub the legs with a good cream such as Nivea cream or simular.

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Gill April 24, 2012 at 11:40 am

Edith
Walk, message them and vitamin E,C and B.

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Edith March 5, 2012 at 3:49 pm

Hi my name is Edith and I have low self esteem due to my spider veins in my legs. This year I had and outbreak, they are all over my legs and they are horrible and painful. Im going to turn 22 pretty soon I do not have any health insurance that could cover for a treatment if theres a doctor that really wants to help please let me know I would show you pictures of my legs in embarrass to wear dresses, shorts, and skirts. I feel depressed. I would appreciate anyone out there that would offer their help Thank you.

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yadira s April 23, 2012 at 2:55 am

I started noticing these tiny little red/ purple veins appearing when I was 21 and now I feel like they keep popping up everywhere.. I noticed that when I started walking everyday they started getting lighter, then I started massaging my thighs ( where they appear) and they seem to get lighter as the days go on.now they aren’t completely gone but big improvement.. oh and I started taking vitamin E capsules..

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Laura Gondek May 31, 2012 at 6:59 pm

I have had spider veins for a very long time and i just HATE them. I started using the Vitamin K cream (Vita K and Avon Anew for spider veins). I know they are many creams but these are the two that i’ve been using. I am happy to say that my spider veins are fading! You have to use the cream twice a day. I have used about 10 to 12 tubes of the cream. You have to be patient with it! I am very pleased with the results and will continue to use the Vitamin K cream. I’m already wearing shorts!!!!!!!

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Brigette Smith July 17, 2012 at 7:13 pm

I noticed taking warm baths instead of showers have begin to shrink my spider veins. I believe the warm water help promote circulation.

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Patrice September 1, 2012 at 11:44 am

im only 16. But my legs had a varicose veins.that can make me so stressed can you help me wat to do?

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Ellen August 6, 2013 at 6:05 pm

I am only 35, started seeing veins when i was 33. Now its getting bigger. I know that i am over weight, my job i am standing most of the time. Would like to know how to get rid of it naturally.

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