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Blood vessels (both arterial and venous) are considered as mini-organs. They can withstand the high pressure of the oxygen and nutrients rich blood being pumped to all organs. At the same time they guarantee an adequate flow back of the oxygen-poor (venous) blood to the lungs for re-oxygenation.
A variety of factors, physiological (old age) or pathological (diabetes, obesity, etc.) may lead vessels to lose their natural elasticity, contributing to the development of disorders affecting the superficial venous circulation (Chronic Venous Disease) and/or arterial (Aneurysmal Disease).
Today, vasal neuroinflammation and oxidative stress, today are considered to be local damage factors on which to focus a treatment being able to moderate the course of venous and arterial vascular disorders.
Eliminating or reducing the factors responsible for the onset and severity of vascular disorders (hypertension, obesity, diabetes, etc…) is the conservative first-line approach.
A help to the conservative treatment would be a systemic intake of active ALIAmides and anti-oxidants associated with a topical intervention -when possible- with venous-tonic/restructuring substances, guaranteeing a highly synergistic final effect on pathological phenomena sustaining the vascular disorders.