There are many reasons to wear compression socks. They are sometimes prescribed for conditions like swelling and varicose veins and are often used during pregnancy to prevent these issues. Many people wear them to reduce fatigue and aching in their legs if they are going to be standing or walking for a long time. It is very common to wear them when traveling on long flights to prevent blood clots from prolonged sitting. Whatever the reason, ugly beige compression socks are out. Enter Ease Living's compression knee highs in 11 patterns and 2 levels of compression.
Our latex free, sheer socks provide graduated compression. Most of the pressure is at the foot and the least amount is at the top of the stocking. The degree of compression is described by a range. The higher number is the amount of pressure or squeeze at the foot and the lower number is the pressure at the top of the sock.
- 8-15mmHg: Very light compression. Can provide relief from tired aching legs, possibly help control minor swelling. Most people say the stockings simply feel good.
- 15-20mmHg: Great for travel, standing or sitting for long periods of time. Relief from minor swelling and varicose veins, often recommended during pregnancy.
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