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Runners Compression Socks for Men & Women Medical Nurses Athletic

 

 

 

You gain more than just compression socks, more of a healthy and better life:

Fit for Men and Women

 

US Shoe Size - Men

S/M: Men Shoe Size: 5.5-9 Calf Size: 11.5"-14.5"
L/XL: Men Shoe Size: 7.5-10 Calf Size: 13.5"-15.5"
XXL: Men Shoe Size: 9.5-13 Calf Size: 14"-18"


US Shoe Size – Women


S/M: Women Shoe Size: 5.5-8 Calf Size: 11.5"-14.5"
L/XL: Women Shoe Size: 6.5-10.5 Calf Size: 13.5"-15.5"
XXL: Women Shoe Size: 9.5-14 Calf Size: 14"-18"



What will you gain?


Prevent ankle injury
Relieve muscle fatigue and soreness
Enhance blood circulation
Reduce swelling
Prevent varicose veins
Post-surgical recovery, and athletic recovery



Why choose us?


Moisture-wicking properties rapidly
Durable material
Quick-drying
Good compression value
Better resilience



Need more details?

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Breathable Material: 80% nylon+20% spandex
Classic Color: Black Pink Blue White
Suitable Size: S/M, L/XL, XXL
Pressure Value: 20-30 mmHg



When you really need them:


Marathon, Running, Hiking, Gym Fitness Training, Basketball, Cycling, Weightlifting.
Pregnant woman, nurses and doctors, seniors.
Frequent travelers or anyone taking a long plane flight.
Business people with desk positions that require prolonged sitting. Folks with diabetes and foot ulcers can also benefit from compression socks. 



Sock Care Tips:


Due to our compression socks made by nylon material,
Please wouldn't use any oxygenated detergent or cleaners with them.



 

 

 

Do Compression Socks Reduce Pain?

 

There are many benefits that can be derived by wearing compression socks. Not only can these socks improve blood circulation, but they can also work to relieve a wide array of symptoms and problems. However, one of the biggest benefits is actually due to the compression socks helping to conserve energy, and this can have a tremendous impact on people's lives. Here is how the compression socks can help you sleep better at night.

 

First of all, these socks work to reduce the amount of air that can move through your veins when your body is moving. Since our legs are the largest area of our bodies that takes up space, it naturally holds a lot of air. Socks that have a compression design are designed to compress the area in front of the leg. As you sleep, this causes your legs to constrict, and the air in your veins becomes trapped. This causes the flow of blood to slow down, which can lead to fatigue, lack of alertness, and even lack of consciousness.

 

The way that compression socks work to combat this problem is by increasing blood flow throughout the leg and even throughout the entire body. This increased blood flow helps to keep your entire circulatory system healthy, and this can help you get a good night's sleep. The best kinds of compression socks, like the Adipoce, Flex Therapy, and Pure Power socks use materials like Spandex and Lycra that can help to wick away excess moisture. While these products don't exactly "put out" light, there is still a great deal of moisture that can be lost when your body is sleeping, and socks like these can help to remedy this problem.

 

Compression socks are available in a variety of colors and styles, so you have plenty of options if you are interested in purchasing some. There is a common misconception that women wear pink compression socks, but this isn't true any longer. In fact, men's compression socks are now available in just about every color that you can imagine. However, some companies do still offer pink compression socks, so you will want to shop around for the ones that you like the best. These socks may not be the most comfortable of all compression socks, but they certainly are stylish, which can definitely be an advantage.

 

Not only do compression socks help to keep your body cool, but they can also improve your posture as well. If you tend to slump a lot while sleeping, these socks can really take the strain off of your shoulder muscles and lower back. This will allow you to get a better nights sleep, and it can also help to improve your posture overall. You'll be able to get more comfortable positions and sleep in a better position, which will improve your health in a number of different ways.

 

One of the most popular uses for compression socks has to do with those who are recovering from sports injuries. Athletes who are suffering from muscle cramps tend to put a lot more pressure on their joints, and if there is a lot of muscle tension in one area, it can make it difficult to move around. Wearing a pair of compression socks can really help to relieve this pain that results from a sports-related injury. You'll be able to get more exercise, be more flexible, and be less at risk for hurting your body during your workouts. The nice thing is that they don't stop when you're finished working out - they go on for a good long while. Plus, since they are so comfortable, you will be more likely to continue using them after your workout is over.

 

Another great thing about compression socks is the ease in which they are to put on. They can be applied virtually anyplace, so you can wear them on the go just like you would a pair of regular socks. You can easily put them on at night before bed, and they will feel much more like regular underwear than anything else you may have worn before. There is no special type of footwear that is recommended for wearing compression socks, so they can be worn by anyone, even if you have to ask permission first. This also means that you won't have to worry about your footwear smelling strange or any other kind of weirdness because of the way they fit your feet.

 

Compression socks are a great alternative to pain creams or other products that can be used to reduce pain from specific areas. While they do work, they shouldn't replace a visit to the doctor or an ointment. If you already have a foot issue that you think might require a doctor's intervention, a compression sock may be able to help. However, if the issue isn't serious enough to warrant spending your hard-earned money on something that may only add to your discomfort, you should take care of the issue with your own body by avoiding activities that irritate the muscles in your foot.

 

 

 

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