Treatment and causes of venous dishelie
Venous Disgaea, better known as venous blood circulation, ‒ diseases characterized by disorders of blood outflow from the Central nervous system. Consequences are usually slowing of blood flow and changing its direction.
In modern practice, the term VD is used in relation to violations of the outflow of blood not only on CNS but also from any other organ systems. The most common variants of the disease are venous Disgaea of the brain and vertebral vascular, usually occurs on the background of osteochondrosis.
Every human body is different, therefore the notion of normal venous outflow individually. In this regard, a number of reasons for the development of this pathology very much.
The most common are:
- Genetic predisposition;
- Stenothoe narrowing of the veins (narrowing of the lumen by more than 50%);
- Developmental abnormalities of the valves, membranes, barriers that control the blood flow (usually diagnosed in early childhood);
- Developmental disorders of veins (ARTESIA, agenesis), in which the vascular are poorly developed or absent;
- Diseases of spine (osteochondrosis of the various divisions, lordosis, kyphosis, etc.);
- Malignant and benign tumors;
- The injury, which was damaged a vast area of the veins.
Venous Disgaea, unfortunately, has only one specific symptom is a persistent feeling of discomfort and/or pain in the areas where the disturbed venous outflow. Pain result from increased pressure on the vascular wall affected by the pathology of the veins.
The walls of blood vascular.
Due to the constant pressure of the veins are modified, the permeability may increase, sometimes there are inflammatory processes. The rest of the symptoms varies greatly depending on the localization of the disease.
So, symptoms of venous degenii in the vertebral plexus may be:
- Disorders coordination;
- Violation of the sensitivity of the limbs;
- Changes in motor skills.
When venous dishelie of the brain are observed:
- Heaviness in the head;
- Headache, more pronounced after you Wake up;
- Tingling, numbness,;
- Emotional disorders;
- Violation of higher mental functions (speech, object perception, etc.);
- Extensionof the retinal vascular with normal blood pressure.
The diagnosis of VD is difficult, since there are quite a number of diseases with similar symptoms. Moreover, venous Disgaea is a secondary pathology that is occurring in the background of any disease.
If the primary pathology is established, the diagnosis of VD is facilitated.
Common methods for diagnosis of VD:
- Doppler ultrasound (USGD) to determine the patency of veins.
- MRI of the vertebral divisions and vascular of the brain (to clarify the presence/absence of degenerative disc disease).
- Duplex ultrasound scanning reveals thickening/thinning of the vascular wall, plaque, etc.).
- Triplex scanning.
The doctor evaluates patient complaints and directs it to the most appropriate study. In case of difficulty of diagnosis are appointed by additional tests, e.g., EKG and General blood tests.
Therapeutic measures in case of venous dishelie
Drugs for the treatment of VD are selected by the attending physician depending on the severity of the pathology and primary disease. If the disease is mild, it is possible to do without medication.
Experts prescribe the following activities:
- The rejection of bad habits, primarily Smoking;
- Normalization of sleep (at least 8 hours a day);
- Walks in the fresh air (at least an hour a day);
- Avoiding harmful fatty foods, supplementing the diet of greens, vegetables and fruits;
- Sports without fatigue (help strengthen the blood);
- Massage the damaged area.
Attention! Massage should be performed by a specialist, because there is a risk of more damage to veins in case of excessively strong massage movements.
In case of varicose veins as a complication of venous dishelie appointed physiotherapy, slimming underwear etc.
In more advanced cases, doctors prescribe:
- Krovanistaya (Warfarin, Astercard, etc.).
- Strengthen the vascular wall (Ascorutinum).
- Enhance the circulation of blood (Actovegin, Phenibut, etc.).
- If the patient complains of emotional distress, prescribed nootropic drugs (Anvien, Piracetam, Choline, Glycine).
If diagnosed with Venous Disgaea brain", effective special neck exercises (these exercises are used in osteochondrosis of the cervical spine): various flexion, bending and twisting of the head.class="cit3">
When venous degenii in the vertebral plexus help regular yoga classes.
The disease is not life threatening the patient, but in case of complications (e.g. varicose veins may be rupture of blood vascular and subsequent internal bleeding. At the onset of disorders should consult a doctor and in any case not to self-medicate.