Venous Circulation - Tired legs


The symptoms of venous disease translate into a feeling of heaviness, pain, and often swelling of the leg and foot, usually predominantly in the evening, at the end of the day. In the early stages of the disease, that is, in the pre-varicose periods, the enlarged veins, the varicose veins, are not evident, but as the disease progresses its appearance is noticeable. The most frequent complaints are the feeling of tiredness, heaviness and pain in the legs, itching, edema (swelling) of the feet and ankles, numbness and cramps, particularly at night.