No matter what our life style may be, we depend on our legs to get us here and there through out our day. It’s no fun when we have to endure pain while on our legs. Whether it be heredity or the fact you are on your feet almost all day. Redness, tired, itching, burning and swelling of legs and ankles, cramping of the legs, and yes PAIN in the legs can be early signs of “chronic venous insufficiency.”
Good News!!! Compression Support Stockings do HELP! You can get RELIEF by wearing compression stockings. Graduated Compression Stockings are so “effective” by improving your blood circulation. It’s the snugness and compressed feeling of the compression stocking that makes them effective, delivering a squeeze to the leg that is tightest at the feet & ankles and gradually decreases up the leg, this is known as graduated compression. Varicose veins can be painful, for some relief prior to vascular surgery, you doctor may suggest wearing compression stockings to reduce any swelling in the lower extremities of your legs. So yes, wear compression stocking for varicose veins.
The compressed pressure they exert helps to keep fluids and blood flow freely through the veins so it doesn’t pool, which causes the painful bulging veins referred to as varicose veins. It’s all about the blood flow, getting the blood back to your heart to get deoxygenated and rejuvenated making you feel better and promoting healthier legs.
For best results, put your compression stockings or socks on early, as soon as you wake up to start your day. This allows them to start working before the blood has the opportunity to pool in your veins causing tiredness, swelling and the pain in your lower legs.
A few compression stocking recommendations is The Natural two way stretch knee high or our two way stretch thigh high.
Also The Natural compression stockings are available in 2XL to 3XL large sizes to accommodate the big size men and plus size women.
Feel free to call the Toll Free # 1-844-629-9642 and one of the Certified Fitting Specialists will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
If you have medical questions and concerns, be sure to speak to your pharmacist or your medical physician.
Written by admin on April 05-2016