Athletic Graduated Compression Socks For Improved Blood Circulation
Our Price: $3.45
How do they work?
Blood in your veins has to work against gravity to flow back to the heart. Anything that impedes that flow—such as circulation problems, lack of movement (especially after an injury or surgery), or weakness in the walls of the veins of the legs (referred to as venous insufficiency)—results in blood pooling in the veins of the lower legs or feet, leading to leg swelling, achiness and leg fatigue; it could also predispose you to a venous clot. By squeezing the leg tissues and walls of the veins, compression socks can help blood in the veins return to the heart. They can also improve the flow of the fluid that bathes the cells (referred to as lymph) in the legs. Improving the flow of lymph can help reduce tissue swelling. The socks may improve comfort in some healthy wearers even if they don’t have a discernible health benefit. For example, improving the flow of blood and lymph flow may make legs feel less tired in some people. Though runners and other athletes sometimes wear compression socks to improve athletic performance or prevent injury, there’s little evidence that they help in this way.
Material: 65% Polyamide, 20% Elastene, 15% Cotton
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