Varicose veins and other vein problems affect millions of people. While some of these problems are cosmetic in nature, others can cause health issues, such as cramping, persistent pain and swelling. Exercise can play an important role in varicose vein treatment and in treatments for other types of vein problems, such as chronic venous insufficiency (CVI).
According to Charles Roberts with AmericaNews, the Wen product line is under fire and in danger of collapse. As women started sharing their horror stories of losing hair in clumps after using Wen products, the total damage toll quickly started to rise.
Varicose veins occur when the valves designed to prevent blood from flowing backward away from the heart become weakened and allow blood to seep back down into the veins of the leg. This causes the veins to stretch and protrude beneath the skin. Varicose veins are not only unsightly; they can be painful and cause… Continue reading You Don’t Have to Live with Varicose Veins
Suffering from hair loss can be a very disheartening experience for anybody. And because hair loss can be caused by a number of possible conditions, figuring out the source can be a challenge. For those dealing with unexplained hair loss, however, it may be worth questioning whether a thyroid condition could be to blame.
Many people may wonder if working out when they have spider veins will help or worsen the condition. The short answer is, it depends. There are certain types of exercises that may help prevent this condition while several others can actually make it worse. The following are 3 guidelines to remember when exercising with spider… Continue reading 3 Guidelines for Exercising With Spider Veins
Women with thicker calves sometimes have trouble wearing certain types of footwear, such as boots. This “boot bulge” can make it difficult for women to wear higher boots. Some women who want to be able to pull on a pair of knee-high boots and wear comfortably are having liposculpture done to remove excess fat in their calves.
Liposuction and liposculpture are two cosmetic procedures that are performed tens of thousands of times throughout the year. While similar, these two cosmetic surgeries have a few unique differences. If you are exploring the benefits of either surgery, then it is important that you understand these subtle differences.
Hair means different things to different people. Some people use their hair to show off their personalities. Others view their hair as a point of pride. It’s something they invest a great deal of time, money, and attention toward maintaining and styling their hair. For those beginning to notice thinning hair and other signs of… Continue reading Clever Tactics to Prevent Hair Loss and Thinning Hair
In the U.S., 34.9 percent of adults are obese, reports the Centers for Disease Control. Sadly, the risk of premature death for those in this group remains an astonishing 50 percent. Although many different dietary changes have been used to reduce weight gain and promote a healthier lifestyle, invasive treatment approaches, such as liposuction and abdominoplasty,… Continue reading Study Demonstrates Power of Liposuction, Shows Fat Doesn’t Return Post-Procedure
Young people have always been concerned about their looks. But in recent years this has become more important than ever. This is likely due to social media and the never-ending posting of selfies and other types of online photos. According to the Economic Times, the director at the hair clinic, Dr. Batra’s Group, has reported a drastic… Continue reading Millennials Now Spending Thousands for Hair Transplants