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Spider veins on legs.

What Causes Varicose Veins/Spider Veins?

There are a number of things that can cause veins to pop out like they do. Most common thing you may hear is that it is hereditary. But also things like Hormonal influences of pregnancy, puberty, and menopause, over straining muscles, wearing tight clothing and many other things that can cause these veins.

Spider veins on foot

What is sclerotherapy

Have you ever noticed spider like veins on your body as you get older? Over 50 to 55% percent of women and 40 to 45% have what's called "telangiectasias" or also know as thread veins/spider veins. The good thing is that these common things can be addressed, especially now of day's with the technology at hand. At Astra Healthcare and Wellness we are here to help.  Lets talk more about how we can address these common skin conditions.

What Are the Treatment Options for Varicose Veins and Spider Veins?

Laser Treatment

                                       is a commonly used treatment for varicose veins and spider veins. The procedure involves injecting a solution into the affected vein, causing it to collapse and eventually fade from view. Other treatment options are available as well, and it is important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of action for each case. By addressing these conditions, individuals can both improve their appearance and alleviate any associated symptoms. If you are considering sclerotherapy or other treatments for varicose veins or spider veins, be sure to consult with a trusted healthcare provider to discuss your options. So don't hesitate to seek medical advice if you are experiencing discomfort or are unhappy with the appearance of your legs due to varicose or spider veins.

                                             is another non-invasive option for treating varicose veins and spider veins. During this procedure, focused light energy is used to heat and close off the affected veins. The heat causes the vein to collapse and eventually be reabsorbed by the body. Laser treatment is often recommended for smaller or more superficial veins. While laser treatment may cause mild discomfort or bruising, it is generally considered safe and effective. It also requires no downtime, allowing patients to resume their normal activities immediately after treatment. It's important to note that sclerotherapy and laser treatment are not permanent solutions for varicose veins and spider veins. New abnormal veins may develop over time, especially if lifestyle changes are not made. Therefore, it is important to continue monitoring and managing these conditions with the help of a healthcare professional. Overall, sclerotherapy and laser treatment can greatly improve the appearance and symptoms of varicose veins and spider veins, making them worth considering for those affected by these conditions. So if you are experiencing discomfort or are unhappy with the appearance of your legs due to varicose or spider veins,

                                                             While sclerotherapy and other treatments can help improve the appearance of varicose veins and spider veins, it is important to make lifestyle changes to prevent their recurrence. This includes regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, avoiding prolonged periods of sitting or standing, and wearing compression stockings if recommended by a healthcare provider. In addition, making healthy dietary choices such as increasing fiber intake and reducing salt intake can also help improve overall vein health. By incorporating these lifestyle changes, individuals can support the effectiveness of their treatment and prevent further complications or discomfort.


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Sclerotherapy is a safe and effective way to treat varicose veins and spider veins. It is minimally invasive, has minimal downtime, and can provide both cosmetic improvement and relief from associated symptoms. However, it is important to remember that sclerotherapy may not be suitable for everyone and consulting with a healthcare provider is the best way to determine the most appropriate

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