The Venous System and Its Difference from the Arterial System
Veins carry blood from your legs and fingertips back to the heart, transporting deoxygenated blood. Unlike arteries, veins lack a dedicated pumping system and rely on muscle movement to function. Consequently, if you’re sedentary or stand a lot, you’re more likely to encounter vein problems.

The arterial system branches down to your feet and fingertips, delivering blood through tiny capillaries to release oxygen and nutrients into the tissues. The blood then returns to the heart via the venous system. Additionally, the venous system is connected to digestion, carrying nutrients from the digestive system through the liver and back to the heart, known as the hepatic portal system.

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