Venous thrombosis occurs when a clot forms in a vein deep in the body
The vein thrombosis (also known as deep vein thrombosis) is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein of the body, usually calves or thighs. This clot can be dragged through the bloodstream to another area of the body, and in the worst case, it can reach an artery in the lungs and block circulation. This is where we would find pulmonary embolism, a problem that can be very serious, since it can lead to the death of those who suffer it. It is a problem as serious as a heart attack or stroke.
Thrombosis can appear from having been without moving the limb for a long period, such as: after surgery or after having an accident.
To give us an idea, thrombosis is related to 1 in 4 deaths in the world, so much attention must be paid to the minimum symptom of appearance that we see. Some of its symptoms are:
- Swelling in the leg
- Redness of the area.
- Leg or calf pain.
Exercises to avoid venous thrombosis
To avoid thrombosis in the legs, take note of these seven exercises:
- Stand up straight, and do the movement of getting up on your toes and slowly lowering yourself. Repeat the process 15 times. Alternatively, you can also walk on your heels or on your toes for a few minutes.
- Sit in a chair and put your feet together. Then spread the balls of your feet together. Then lift your heels up, with the balls of your feet flat on the ground. Repeat this process up to 20 times.
- Stretch out on the bed. With your back straight, cross your left leg over your right, and raise your right to a 45-degree angle. Hold the position and feel your leg pull to see that it is taking effect.
- Now it will be time to go to the ground. Stretch into a push-up position and alternately bring your legs toward your hips. It will be like doing the skipping exercise on the floor, and you will have to repeat it 15 times.
- Stay stretched out on the floor in the same position. Try to shrink your leg and bring it up to your chest for half a minute. Repeat this movement 20 times on each side.
- Stretch out on the bed and raise your legs up, forming an L with your body. Bend and extend your toes, doing 20 reps on each foot.
- She is still in bed stretched out on her back. This time, lift only one leg, and when you have it raised, move it in small circles. Do 20 reps per leg.
With these exercises, you will avoid the appearance of venous thrombosis.