Saturday, December 11, 2010
Heavy Legs : Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Have heavy legs and tired is also a symptom of a condition called chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), which sees the blood vessels to dilate your legs and your legs swell. Accordingly, your legs are heavy and tired.
Chronic venous insufficiency may be a temporary illness caused by pregnancy and menstruation, but is most often caused by obesity, birth control pills, the fact of standing for long periods. Untreated, chronic venous insufficiency worse over time. Medical treatment involves the administration of hesperidin and diosmin micronized. Wear socks and a massage of your legs can temporarily relieve the IVC.
Precautions in case of heavy legs
If you're worried about the health of your legs, or if symptoms persist or heavy legs get worse after a long rest, you should consult your doctor. It will examine your legs to make sure that you have heavy legs, tired and sore and not other diseases that could cause these symptoms.