Your veins have an important job: they transport blood to and from your heart. Itís a challenging job because your veins donít have a special pump to propel the blood. Instead, it has to return through your veins using either gravity or muscular pumps and valves. The valves in veins hold the blood from going in a reverse direction and enable it to move against gravity and return to the heart. Your muscles can help out, especially when you walk because they act like pumps to help return the blood. Veins vary in size from very small, like those just under the skin, to very large veins deeper in your legs, thighs and arms, and form an interconnected network, known as the circulatory system, throughout the body.
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