Published on Circulatory system.

Phlebitis (or thrombophlebitis) may occur in any surface vein of the body, but it happens more frequently in veins in the legs. Phlebitis, venal strokes, thrombosis, varicose veins, and haemorrhoids happen in veins.

The venal system is the yin portion of the circulatory system. It carries used blood to the liver and kidneys to be filtered, and to the lungs to replace carbon dioxide with oxygen. Vein problems indicate an excessively passive life with little happiness, a life that lets happiness go by at a distance.

Phlebitis develops in people with varicose veins. A varicose is a venal swelling that almost always takes place in the lower limbs. Varicose veins result from an accumulation of blood in the surface veins of the legs, blood that should have returned to the heart but did not.

A varicose vein keeps venal blood from circulating and is the perfect ingredient for phlebitis. Phlebitis and deep venal strokes thrombosis are the way the body expresses that the person is fed up with his lifestyle, that he is angered but passive, too yin.

Phlebitis denotes rage and frustration. The individual blames others for his limitations and lack of happiness. We are in the presence of someone with strong opinions, strong ideas, and inflexible judgments.

The fact that phlebitis happens in the legs suggests that the person has trouble following his path in life with gentleness, harmony, and fluency. The legs are associated with questions related to roots, home, spouse, and the model of biological Mother the person has.

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