Normally The Color Of Blood Vessels Is Different?
Last night … yesterday when I wanted to know the tone of my skin by looking at the color of the blood vessels in my hands, I was confused by the color of the blood vessels on my arms. There are 2 lines, where one line is full green and the other half is purple. On my other arm, the second line is clearly purple and the other one is green. Is that normal? Because as I recall, the color of the blood vessels on my arms was all green … Thank you
Blood vessels that appear on the wrist are veins. Veins carry blood back to the heart. Veins carry blood that is poorer in oxygen than arteries (except for pulmonary veins).
Blood carried by blood vessels is actually red, but the hemoglobin contained in the blood is able to absorb the red spectrum from sunlight or lights more optimally. While the blue-green color spectrum will be reflected back so that this color is what is visible to the eye.
Associated with undertone, the color of blood vessels can appear greener because it is covered by skin whose tone is more yellow / warm undertone. Whereas if it looks blue or purplish it tends to be cool undertone. If the color appears turquoise or difficulty differentiating, it might lead to neutral undertone.
Veins can appear more clearly in a number of conditions, such as fairer / skintone skin, thinner skin, frequent exposure to sunlight, after heavy activity, or when fat around the blood vessels decreases. But if there is a protrusion in the blood vessels, it is necessary to rethink other possibilities, such as varicose veins or peripheral vascular disease.
If you feel blood vessels are more prominent or feel other complaints such as pain, skin redness, easy aching, it never hurts to consult directly with your doctor so you can be sure of your condition and can be given treatment if necessary yes.
Hope it helps you,