Varicose capillaries are a common problem that influences roughly fifty percent of all Americans older than 50 years. Varicose veins take place when the vessel walls or the valves in veins stretch or damage, allowing blood to move back down into the legs. Varicose capillaries might trigger swelling, heaviness, discomfort, dark locations on the skin, as well as in intense cases, skin ulcer.
Whereas arteries bring blood to the extremities and also organs, veins are vessels that return the blood to the heart. The human body has surface area (superficial) capillaries that are linked to deep veins by linking (perforator) veins. Unlike arteries, which have thick muscular walls developed to