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Veins - the daily balance

Our heart pumps naturally every day, every hour, every minute. The 5 liters of blood that flow in roughly every person move the heart 1500 times a day through the body. That means a pumped amount of approx. 7000 liters of blood per day! The blood from the heart enters the body through our arteries. The veins carry it back to the heart against gravity! Our leg veins do a significant part of this work!t! Hard work every day!! Our modern way of life and physical predisposition can make life even more difficult for our veins. Lack of exercise, overweight or weak connective tissue can cause the veins to weaken. Swollen legs, spider veins, or varicose veins Edema can follow.

The good news: You can actively support your veins!

Learn more about the relationships in our cardiovascular system and read Find out how you can best support your veins in our book "Venen – die tägliche Balance".

'Venen - die tägliche Balance' - now at the special price of only 5€ (German only)

Spring in the legs

Make your veins fit for the new season!

The VenenWalker team gives you 5 tips on how to make your veins fit for spring.

It is getting milder, the days are getting longer again. Spring is here! Make your veins fit for the new season, because vein problems are more noticeable when it is warm outside. Short pants or skirts allow a direct view of swollen legs, spider tears or varicose veins. Winter was probably a great strain on her legs. We tend to move less, carry Christmas pounds with us or strain the vessels from hot baths, saunas or heating air.

The VenenWalker®-Team gives you 5 tips on how to get your veins fit for spring.


Make sure you drink enough fluids regularly. Water thins the blood and thus makes it easier for it to flow to the heart. EnjoyAlcohol if only in moderation , because in excess it dilates the veins and promotes spider veins and varicose veins. 


the German Society for Phlebology advises a healthy, balanced diet, because every kilo of excess weight puts a strain on the legs and veins. And: it also restricts the mobility of the diaphragm - an important pumping station in the body.


With every step we take, we activate the calf muscle pump and ensure that venous blood is transported back to the heart. Proper exercise is your veins' best friend - whether it's regular exercise, a long weekend walk or just rocking back and forth from your heel to your toes. 

Alternating showers

It has been scientifically proven several times that cold showers are healthy. They promote blood circulation and boost the immune system. The good news: the positive effects are already achieved if the casts are only performed on individual parts of the body. So start the day fresh and give your legs a cold shower. You will immediately notice how the vessels constrict and the blood circulation is stimulated. And it wakes you up too.

Time out

Vein care doesn't always have to be uncomfortable or exhausting. It can be as simple as putting your feet up in the evening . This is how you relieve your veins of the heavy lifting. Do you also want the veins actively maintain , we recommend theVenenWalker®. With only approx. 20 minutes of vein walking , e.g. For example, on the sofa while watching TV, you do active vein care.

If you would like to know more about the function of our veins, please order here her book of veins - "Venen – die tägliche Balance" (German only).