Vascular Dilatation

Learn about blood vessel dilation and how to avoid it with a set of healthy tips and exercises.

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Blood Vessel Dilation

Blood vessel dilation is defined as weakening or thinning of the walls of blood vessels, such as arteries, veins, and capillaries, leading to an outward bulge in the weakened area. Neglecting treatment can have negative consequences, potentially causing leakage or rupture of the blood vessels. The risks vary depending on the area affected by blood vessel dilation and there are different types, such as dilation of blood vessels in the brain, abdominal and thoracic aortic dilation, and dilation of blood vessels in the legs, as well as other less severe types.

How to Avoid Blood Vessel Dilation?

What is the effect of blood vessel dilation on health?
Blood vessel dilation increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as strokes and heart attacks. Additionally, it can lead to issues with blood flow and blood pressure.

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