Deep Vein Thrombosis

After a diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis, people tend to re-evaluate their nutrition and health practices.

Many wonder what caused this DVT is it ,frequent travelling ,lifestyle , or overweight or is it one of the hereditary cause .

Often people interprate or neglect the pain in the leg ,swelling , tightness as muscular pain or just a varicose vein .

Deep vein thrombosis can be very serious because blood clots in your veins can break loose, travel through your bloodstream and lodge in your lungs, blocking blood flow (pulmonary embolism)which is danger to your life .

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Deep vein thrombosis can be very serious because blood clots in your veins can break loose, travel through your bloodstream and lodge in your lungs, blocking blood flow (pulmonary embolism) .vein thrombosis include swelling and tightness in the leg. You may have a persistent, throbbing cramp-like feeling in the leg. You may also experience pain or tenderness when standing or walking.



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Because we all have blood pumping through our veins, everyone is at some risk for deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a condition in which blood clots form in veins deep inside the body. The bad news: DVT can lead to serious illness, disability, or, in severe cases,causes death. The good news- DVT is both preventable and treatable. One step you can take right is changing your diet to prevent DVT.

Drink Plenty of Water

Dehydration can cause your blood to thicken, increasing your risk for a blood clot. To make sure you’re staying well hydrated, drink at least six to eight 8-ounce glasses of water per day. For a visual gauge, check your urine.

1) Go for Garlic20 Amazing Benefits of Drinking Garlic Juice | Organic Facts

People have been using garlic as medicine for thousands of years, dating back to the ancient Egyptians. The odiferous food choice is thought to have many health benefits, one of which is possible blood-thinning properties. Eating garlic regularly may help prevent blood clots. Talk to your doctor about how much garlic you should eat,if you are using blood thinners already, As a natural blood thinner, garlic could interfere with blood-thinning medications you might be taking.

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It’s no secret that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is good for cardiovascular health. But researchers at the University of Oslo revealed a shining star when it comes to DVT food choices are peeled apple , pear are better choices.Fruit astrology takes the many numbers of fruits and attaches a trait to each one. For instance, fruit eaters are loving and gentle where as those who love coconuts are serious and thoughtful.


3) Avoid Green leafy vegetables

If you are on warfarin, an anti-coagulant to prevent blood clots, fluctuating amounts of foods high in vitamin K, such as green, leafy vegetables, can interfere with your medication . During the monsoons, one needs to be extra careful with the foods you consume. If you are a regular out-door eater foods which contain leafy vegetables should be avoided at any cost.

Enjoy Virgin Olive Oil Extra Virgin Olive Oil

A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that the Phenol in virgin olive oil can help prevent blood clots. In the study, people who ate virgin olive oil with a high phenol content had lower levels of a substance that promotes blood clots. They also had lower levels of a blood clot promoter. So for a DVT food choice, dip your bread in olive oil, the virgin kind.other choices of oil are peanut oil, ricebran oil can be consumed.

Limit Animal Fats in Your Diet.

However, a healthy diet , maintaining the time and the amount of vit k you consume daily is of utmost important.

PROPER DIET AND REGIME is the key to live a healthy life in a dvt patient .

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Dr. Hemangi Jhaveri

Dr Hemangi Jhaveri is a registered medical doctor and a Nutritionist from the American college of sports medicine. Her special focus is in Obesity, Fitness & Wellness of an Individual. She has dealt with hundreds of patients to achieve their health and wellness goals. Educating patients and helping them joyfully to inculcate a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives is her motto. Love and enjoy food in a natural way and regain your health with her.

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