To prevent is better than to cure

Chronic veneous insufficiency can affect your daily life. Your legs may feel heavy, tired, tingling and in pain.

Early detection and action may hold the key to managing veneous insufficiency!

Early prevention is key to avoid venous insufficiency and the complications and loss of life quality that may result from it. Although some determining factors (heredity and age) are beyond your control, there are certainly a number of effective precautionary actions you can take, both by doing things and by avoiding things.

What we recommend to do

  • Eat a healthy balanced diet

  • Try to lose weight if you are overweight

  • Avoid prolonged sitting or standing by having active breaks and simple exercises

  • Eat vegetables and foods that are rich in fibre

  • Drink two liters of water per day 

  • Exercise regularly

What we recommend to avoid

  • sedentary life

  • Wearing restrictive clothing - such as tight girdles or belts

  • Prolonged sitting

  • Prolonged standing

  • Excessive alcohol and tobacco

  • Prolonged hot baths

Regular exercise is an essential part of prevention

Regular excersise will help to improve venous circulation helping to prevent veneous insufficiency. You can perform a leg massage on your own body by stroking upward from the ankle heading to the lymph nodes positioned on the backside of the knee. Turning this into a daily habit for a few minutes after work is a great way to boost blood circulation and stay healthy and active! You will be surprised by the immediate effect of the leg massage and its rejuvenating result. 

We have designed these easy and effective exercises for you which can be performed in the comfort of your own home or at the office.


Here are 5 exercises that you can do at home and help to improve your blood circulation.


We even have some simple exercises for you to practice at work! Take advantage of the time you spend behind your desk for some vein fitness. These 3 exercises are discrete, easy and effective.