The best vein treatment you can give yourself is to simply not get stressed. When you’re stressed and tense, your veins and blood vessels get tense too, constricting and narrowing and ultimately causing you to have high blood pressure, not to mention one of the many types of anxiety disorders. All it takes is to breathe deeply and retreat into your mind for a few seconds. Notice how your breath shortens when you’re worried, and your body starts to wind up and coil around itself like a spring? You can get some much needed relief and release when you close your eyes and breathe in and breathe out, slowly. Concentrate on the air coming in and out of your lungs. Pretend that you’re breathing in bright, warm light and life when you inhale, and with every exhale, see in your mind that you are expelling all the darkness and negative emotions within you. Let go of your burdens and just be. Just breathe. Appreciate the beauty and calm that Southfield seems to have in abundance.
Another way you can help your cardiovascular system is to eat right and exercise regularly. A healthy and balanced diet with lots of vegetables and right fats in the right amounts will ensure that your arteries are free of clogs that could hinder efficient blood flow. Exercising, on the other hand, gets your heart working, which strengthens the cardiac muscles, and gets the blood pumping which allows it to circulate better, bringing much needed nutrients to the cells and bringing out excess water and other waste products. It doesn’t hurt that physical activity releases feel-good endorphins that help you relax and breathe easier.