Once upon a time, I was ginormously pregnant with our third child (and our third boy!). At that time, I was both a full-time stay-at-home mama to our 4 and 2 year old boys, working as a pediatric trauma nurse in an Emergency Department, and complaining full time about the size of my belly and the swelling in my feet. Don't get me wrong - I had 20-30 mmHg compression socks. And as long as I wore them, my feet were fine. However... I was getting darn sick of boring colors and the uniform … read more about About Us
Compression Socks can help:
- Prevent swelling and edema
- Improve your circulation
- Prevent (ugly and painful) varicose veins
- Improve your workouts – and your recovery time
- Prevent blood clots while traveling
- Ease discomfort caused by chronic illnesses
- Make maternity life a lot more bearable
How do they help?
Compression socks pretty much turn you into a superhero - they augment and enhance the work that your muscles do to help fluids and cells get back to where they’re trying to go.
In other words, they help prevent swelling. And since swelling is what causes most aches and pains, you’re going to be avoiding that, too
Are they for you?
If you’re a mom, a mom-to-be, working too hard, on your feet too much, dealing with chronic disease, working out, or looking for pain relief, cute compression socks are for you.
That being said, if you have special medical needs or other concerns, always talk to your doctor.
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