If you have varicose veins, doing some form of exercise may help ease your venous pain and discomfort. Still, it may be hard to motivate yourself to move when your legs feel sore or uncomfortable. It’s worth the effort, though; varicose vein exercises that improve the circulation in your legs and arms can lead to healthier veins, as well as better overall health and well-being.
Sometimes, getting started with exercise is the hardest part, especially if you’ve been sedentary for a while. But diseased veins are often associated with sitting or standing in one place for long periods of time, so overcoming the urge to sit still and becoming more active each day is in your best interest. Start slowly and gradually build up your strength and endurance.