Over time, vein valves tend to weaken, and so varicose veins become worse as you age
What are syptoms?
- Cramping of the leg muscles, especially during the night
- Swelling of the feet, ankles and calves which worsens over the course of the day
- Discomfort in your legs that may feel like burning, throbbing, aching or heaviness
Managing symptoms will increase your day-to-day comfort and quality of life, and this can be done by adjusting your lifestyle and habits to promote better blood flow in the lower body. Or by introducing products like compression garments.
What effect does compression have?
Compression tights are strongly recommended for those who suffer with circulatory issues such as spider veins, varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency.
Our compression stockings are perfect for reducing pain and boosting circulation. Whether that be in use as flight socks, post-operative compression, or to treat chronic disorders such as Raynaud’s disease.
COMPRESSION LEVEL (1)
15 - 21 mmHg is the moderate level and offers support to reduce ankle and leg swelling. Moderate compression is more effective and is usually recommended once you’re experiencing symptoms of spider or varicose veins.
- Increased blood circulation
- Increased tissue oxygenation - by up to 20%
- Increased cellular metabolism
- Enhanced energy production
- Pain relief - experience a 25% average reduction in pain naturally
- Accelerated recovery rate - from physical exertion, injury and surgery
- Reduces Inflammation
- Injury prevention - 80% average reductions in soft tissue injuries via muscle priming
- Temperature regulation
TARGET USERS & OCCASSIONS
- Prevention of lower limb deep venous thrombosis in long-term bedridden patients
- Eliminate lower limb edema of pregnant women in the third trimester of pregnancy and prevent lower limb venous diseases and deep venous thrombosis after childbirth.
- For long-term standing, sitting and heavy manual workers, it can reduce lower limb soreness and prevent lower limb diseases.
NOTE: PLEASE, REFER ONLY TO YOUR BODY MEASUREMENTS TO CHOOSE THE CORECT SIZE
How to take care of compression stockings?
- Use cold or mild temperature water.
- Hand-wash your stockings instead of using a washing machine.
- Don’t use fabric softener — only soap or mild detergent.
- Never use a dryer. Hang your stockings to dry instead.