Age as a contributory factor for spider and varicose veins
For people in their 40s, pregnancy spider veins can be present, but we also see evidence of the beginning of age-related dilation of the vein walls and failure of the valves. Beyond the age of 50, spider veins are most likely related to general vein incompetence.
Are you a young adult experiencing spider or varicose veins? You should consider these other contributory factors beside age
If you’re a young adult suffering from spider or varicose veins, you may wonder why you’re experiencing vein problems at such a young age. While age is an important contributing factor, other risk factors can also impact your vascular health, including:
Genetics is the leading risk factor for vein disease. If both your biological parents have a history of vein problems, you will inevitably suffer from vein problems.
Pregnant women are more likely to get varicose veins due to hormonal changes and the added weight of the growing baby on the veins.
Occupation can also increase the risk of vein disease. If your job involves long periods of sitting or standing still, you may develop vein problems.
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