Tips for those living with deep vein thrombosis in order to manage their lives easier, as well as more information about the condition from Doctor Kayode Sotonwa.

Managing Deep Vein Thrombosis

Dr. Kayode Sotonwa talks about managing Deep Vein Thrombosis

Throughout all of his education and training, Doctor Kayode Sotonwa has learned much information about conditions that are both life-threatening and liveable. But regardless of how urgent a condition is to the health, it’s important to learn as much as possible about it in order to determine if it’s something that is currently or may potentially affect you, as well as how to best manage life with said condition in order to feel the best possible.

That’s why Doctor Kayode Sotonwa takes the time to inform many out there about deep vein thrombosis. For those who are unfamiliar, this condition is when blood clots occur within veins found throughout the body. There are many ways this can start happening, and here are some examples. Some have to do with things like genes or inheritance, but there are also other things like suffering from cancer, smoking or even taking hormones (like by using daily oral contraceptive pills like many women do). At times, even those who travel far distances via car or plane will find this happening to them because of decreased circulation.

This is why Doctor Kayode Sotonwa shares pertinent information to help people around the world from suffering from this condition. The most important thing to do is to make sure to stand up often, walk around at least every hour or so and stretch out the legs. Legs happen to be the most common place deep vein thrombosis is seen, but it can occur in the arms and other parts of the body as well.

Walking often is another essential tip from Doctor Kayode Sotonwa, something that ensures that the muscles compress, and this helps massage the veins to help move the blood back to the heart. Last but not least, another important thing to remember is to drink plenty of water. Water is one of the best methods of prevention, since it helps fill the vessels up in order to improve blood flow.

Doctor Kayode Sotonwa knows the above information will both assist and assure those who are dealing with this condition, or perhaps those who have a loved one who is, that it is something that can be handled as long as someone is on top of it.

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