Our Veins returns blood to the heart from the rest of the body. In this process, our veins in the legs should work against gravity. Valves help the veins to works against gravity. These tiny valves are open when blood flows towards our heart else these valves are closed to stop the returning flow of blood from the heart. If these valves become weak or get damaged then blood easily flow backward and make a pool in the veins, causing them to stretch or in the twisted form which is known as Varicose Veins.
Risk factors of Varicose Veins
Below are the risk factors which can increase the risk factors of Varicose Veins:
- Family History
- Prolong standing or sitting
Varicose Vein Specialist in Jaipur Dr. Rajendra Bansal describes what are the risk factors of Varicose Vein Disease and what causes accelerate the symptoms of Disease. For more details, you can take an appointment from him at Flowcare Intervention and Pain Clinic