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According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, vitamin C is important for assisting in the production of collagen, a protein that is used to make collagen and elastin. These tissues are essential for healthy veins because they help treat pain from varicose veins and also help reduce inflammation in the arteries. In addition, both of these tissues help keep vein walls flexible. Furthermore, vitamin C is important for helping keep blood vessel walls strong and may prevent bulging.
There are a variety of B vitamins from the B complex group of vitamins that can help treat and prevent varicose veins. You should have an adequate amount of B vitamins, particularly vitamin B12 and B6, in your daily diet if you have a history of blood clots in your family. Also, the University of Maryland Medical Center says that vitamin B3 can help improve circulation and also reduces levels of cholesterol in your blood.
Vitamin E is also important for varicose veins because it helps to improve overall circulation and promotes healthy blood flow. Studies have shown that vitamin E is needed to keep platelets from sticking together and adhering to the side of blood vessel walls. Vitamin E helps to reduce the stickiness of blood platelets, which is also essential for helping individuals who are in the high risk category from suffering conditions such as blood clots and type 1 diabetes.
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