Health Conditions

Worried about how a particular health condition may be affecting your blood circulation? Unsure whether or not compression wear can help?

Our guides in this section explore health conditions which may affect circulation and ways in which you can find everyday relief. Think of these guides as your best resources for finding answers to your daily aches, pains and swelling concerns.

6 Things Teachers Can Do to Improve Leg Health

Sick of coming home every night from your teaching job with tired, aching legs? Here’s how you can improve your leg health in six easy steps.  1. Make sure you have the right shoes.  If you ever wear heels while teaching, stop right now. Being on your feet all day, you should be wearing shoes…

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Flight Socks: Do They Really Work?

If you’ve never had a pair of flight socks before or don’t know too much about them, you may be a bit sceptical over if they actually really work. Pulling on and off these tight socks may just seem like a hassle, but they actually have a few different purposes to keep you comfortable and…

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Will a pair of compression socks really ease my varicose veins?

Compression Socks and Varicose Veins

Will a pair of compression socks really ease my varicose veins?

Though they can appear in other parts of your body, varicose veins usually occur in your legs. But what are they? Well, varicose veins are swollen and misshapen veins just below the surface of your skin. They’re actually quite common.

Compression socks work by applying pressure to your legs, ankles and feet. This pressure reduces the swelling in your veins, which increases blood flow and helps push the blood up your body. The effect of this compression is a reduction in the prominence of varicose veins and pain relief.


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