Compression Socks For Pregnancy – Caresox Maternity And Vein Support Socks

February 16, 2016 - Comment

Caresox Maternity and Vein Support Socks make a thoughtful gift for a baby shower. Compression socks for pregnancy are a must for those tired aching legs during and after. With pregnancy comes a weight gain that puts pressure on the veins in the pelvis and legs. The improved circulation from the use of graduated compression

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Caresox Maternity and Vein Support Socks make a thoughtful gift for a baby shower. Compression socks for pregnancy are a must for those tired aching legs during and after. With pregnancy comes a weight gain that puts pressure on the veins in the pelvis and legs. The improved circulation from the use of graduated compression socks or stockings will add support for the veins. It will also help to alleviate the swelling in the ankles, legs and feet.

Hormones that are released during pregnancy can also affect your veins and circulation. Varicose veins and spider veins are caused by pressure and bulge close to the surface, usually in the legs. A graduated compression product like Caresox will help to reduce them. Improved blood flow and circulation will allow more oxygen to enter your bloodstream and more nutrients can be effectively throughout your body. Knee high medical grade compression socks will help to reduce muscle cramping, swollen feet and will re-energize your legs from a tired and fatigued state.

Preggers Knee High Stockings

Being pregnant is a great time to try out compression products because you may find that they really help. That’s because they work, and not just when you’re pregnant. Hopefully using them and seeing and feeling the difference in your legs will help you decide to become a life long daily user of compression socks.

Here’s  a quick look at how graduated compression works.

The whole idea is to get the circulation moving upwards from the ankle up to the heart. The compression sock is tightest and has the most compression at the middle of the foot or the ankle. The pressure decreases as the sock moves up the leg. This is how the blood is force upward from the foot to the heart. Long periods of inactivity and swelling will cause the blood to pool in the leg veins. This can cause blood clots in some cases. In the case of somebody who is bedridden or unable to get up and move around, the longer it is the more serious it becomes. The gradual compression therapy will keep the blood circulating even if you are unable to move on your own.

The levels of compression are measured in mmHg and can be anywhere from 8 to 50 in a sock. The average strength of around 15 to 20 mmHg is usually a good place to start. If you have other health issues like recovery from deep vein thrombosis (DVT) then you can see your doctor in order to get a stronger compression.

When your legs are tired and fatigued you head straight for the elevator and not the stairs. Think of compression socks as the elevator for your blood. Next floor……the heart. You need all the help your can get during pregnancy. Get the socks.

Here are some others that could benefit from compression socks.

They really are suitable for anyone that wants to give themselves an edge and benefit from improved circulation. Runners, like myself, use them to help the muscles recover quicker and for improved performance. The fabric is also ideal to prevent chafing and blisters. They have a superior moisture management system and the Caresox pictured above also have a unique toe-to-heel, terry looped padding system that acts as a shock absorber.

Do you have a job that involves being on your feet for hours. Nurses and waiters wear these socks to combat the leg fatigue that is inevitable after a few hours. They are also great for travel and long flights where you really don’t have the option to get up and move around a lot. If you spend your day sitting at a desk or standing on a production line give compression socks a try. They work and you will wonder what your ever did without them.

The Caresox brand are manufactured in Italy using the latest technology and exclusive fibers. They are known for quality products and have been making compression products since 1998. These are some of their other brand names Travelsox, Vitalsox, Eurosocks, SOX, Caresox, Arcosox and Worksox.

You Can Feel the Difference with an ultra thin toe seam construction, superior ventilation, wicking and drying capabilities. The design provides protection against blistering, friction and rubbing. Easy to wash with no special cleaning instructions. Just turn them inside out and machine wash them normally.

Product Features of the Caresox Maternity and Vein Support Compression Socks

  • They are great for circulation during and after Pregnancy Size Chart Small (4-7) Medium (75-11) Large (11 plus)
  • Comfortable enough to wear all day and night
  • The Patented Graduated Compression is ideal for maximum circulation helping support veins to help prevent varicose veins or exposed veins
  • During or after pregnancy to support veins and lower legs, the compression starts mid foot for arch support and plantar fasciitis
  • A very useful baby shower gift,  they are always in style quality socks made in Italy using the latest technology and green safe products

Comments

Jennifer Magill says:

These socks were a lifesaver!! These socks were a lifesaver!! I ordered them toward the end of my recent pregnancy, as I was in the early stages of preeclampsia and had 10+ pounds (and rising) of fluid retention in my feet and legs – extremely uncomfortable!! My daughter actually arrived before I received the socks, as she came a month early, just after I ordered them. The socks arrived the day after I gave birth, when I still had awful fluid retention and was frustrated with the pain and discomfort, along with my related high blood pressure and the usual post-labor recovery. 

C. Sorensen says:

Was skeptical… I’m a bigger girl and my legs and feet have been swelling a lot and hurting during pregnancy so I looked into some compression socks. I was skeptical if these would be too small, tight or would even work. They work great and I’m in a lot less pain and can stand for longer periods of time now. You won’t regret getting these!

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