trigeminal nerve - sacrum
Varicose or varicose veins are due to the dilation of veins that hinder or prevent the return of blood to the heart. This condition is due in general to the deterioration of the various tissues that make up the veins, various pathogens and pH alterations are triggers of this condition, as well as a diet rich in saturated fats and lack of exercise. In extreme cases the extraction of a portion of the vein will be required. Hemorrhoids are also a particular case of varicose veins in the rectum. In the case of varicose veins in the legs, more common in women, one of the triggering agents is Bordetella pertusis.
Other conditions that may favor the appearance of this illness could be: standing or walking for long periods. Lifting the legs above the body can provide rest. One of the most recommended exercises is swimming.
Like varicose veins, phlebitis also involves the inflammation of the veins, which is also accompanied by the formation of clots. When it is superficial it only affects secondary veins.
Deep thrombophlebitis occurs when a deep vein such as saphenous vein has inflammation and a clot (thrombus). In this case one of the greatest risks is the detachment of the clot that can travel to other organs and cause serious disorders such as myocardial infarction (heart), pulmonary infarction, brain damage, among others; According to the affected organ, this can bring serious consequences or even death.
It is a condition that obeys multiple factors, the main ones are:
- Injuries (blows, wounds ...)
- Prolonged inactivity (illness, travel by car or plane)
- Varicose veins
- Extirpation or alteration of lymph nodes (as in the case of mastectomy)
- Alteration of blood (coagulation) due to various factors infections, liver diseases, medications
fibula head - fibula head
This pair relieves inflamed legs.