TopArmor™ Compression Socks uses graduated compression therapy to improve the circulation in your legs. Graduated compression therapy has been clinically proven to improve blood flow. This means you’ll have more oxygen going to your muscles, more blood returning to your heart, and less build-up of fluids and toxins in your legs.
▶ Easy to slip on and off
▶ Does not cut off circulation or leave indents in your skin
▶ Designed with the help of foot and vein specialists
▶ Comfortable, breathable and anti-microbial material
▶ Multiple sizing options so you get the perfect fit (fits wide calves well)
There are various reasons why someone might wear pressure socks but a there is a common reason. Over 30 million Americans suffer from what is called, chronic venous insufficiency (also known as "CVI"). Other reasons might include conditions like lymphedema.
Who uses compression socks?
People who stand all day at work
People with or at risk for circulation problems, like DVT, varicose veins, or diabetes
Those who can't leave their bed or have a hard time moving their legs
People who spend long stretches of time on airplanes, like pilots
People who've just gotten surgery
What is graduated compressions and how is different than TED Hose (or anti-embolism stockings)?w question here
White Anti-Embolism stockings (often called TED's) are designed for patients who are lying down the majority of the time. They provide a slight amount of pressure that is consistent in force along the leg, but are not considered "graduated". Graduated pressure is tighter at the ankle (where blood typically pools to when veins are stretched), and then gets less and less tight as it goes up the leg towards the heart. This helps support the weakened vein walls and help perform the "pumping" action in the calf muscle to help push blood back towards the heart.
What is "CVI" and what are the symptoms?
Tired, heavy-feeling legs
Leg pain from prolonged sitting or standing
Swollen ankles at night
Varicose or spider veins
Tingling, numbness, burning, or cramping in legs and feet
Discoloration in the skin
Open sores or ulcers in the lower leg
History of vein problems in the family
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