Compression Stockings For Women – Sockwell Graduated Compression Socks

June 2, 2016 - Comment

Compression stockings for women don’t have to be ugly anymore. The Sockwell graduated compression socks have reinvented the wheel when it comes to your feet. They make a therapeutic sock with all the health benefits and they look good too. These are definitely not like your old fashioned granny stockings. These Graduated Compression socks  from Sockwell will

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Compression stockings for women don’t have to be ugly anymore. The Sockwell graduated compression socks have reinvented the wheel when it comes to your feet. They make a therapeutic sock with all the health benefits and they look good too. These are definitely not like your old fashioned granny stockings.

These Graduated Compression socks  from Sockwell will energize your step and promote circulation. That will help to minimize swelling, help reduce fatigue, and speed up muscle recovery in your legs and feet. Throw in the fact that they come in modern patterns and colors that look great and this is a no-brainer.

What Are Compression Stockings All About?…… Here’s the scoop.

Graduated compression socks have been used for medical purposes for years. Now they are also used daily by many to prevent or improve their leg health with better blood flow and circulation. They are used for travel, athletics, during pregnancy and in professions where you are forced to sit or stand for prolonged periods of time. The variety of uses is a testament to their value and health benefits.

The way that graduated compression works is that the fabric is manufactured in a way that applies pressure in varying levels as the sock goes up the leg. The pressure (measured in mmHg) is greatest at the ankle and gradually decreases up the calf and leg. This graduated compression encourages the blood to flow better upwards towards the heart. This allows oxygen and nutrients to be carried in a more efficient manner throughout the body to the organs, cells and muscles where it is needed. The improved blood flow and circulation is the main reason why compression stockings are so beneficial for you.

During long flights or when sitting or standing all day in professions like production work, nursing and retail – the blood can’t flow as fluently as normal. Compression stockings can help keep the flow going during these periods. Improved circulation during long periods of sitting can help to prevent the blood from pooling in your leg veins which can reduce the chances of clotting.

Blood flow and improved circulation during pregnancy can help to reduce swelling in the feet and ankles, It can also help with varicose veins and the tired achy legs due to poor circulation.

Sockwell’s Graduated Compression socks have been engineered to maximize circulation. They have a triple zone, anti-fatigue design and offer two levels of  graduated compression. Moderate (15-20 mmHg) and Firm (20-30mmHg) levels that are both suitable for everyday wear. These stockings from the Sockwell series are all made in the USA of homegrown merino wool with bamboo or alpaca. This is a signature fiber that blends durability, balance and style with thermoregulation and environmental friendliness. This is state of the art manufacturing equipment in world-class American mills.

Feel better in style. These socks are comfortable with a seamless fit using an innovative toe closure, ultra-light cushion sole and accu-fit technology. This accu-fit technology consists of spandex fabric throughout the sock that will ensure a comfortable fit the whole day. 

Improve your muscle recovery after exercise with a stylish compression sock that you can wear comfortably all day, everyday.

Are you looking for help to promote better circulation, minimize swelling and reduce your leg fatigue? 

Why not give compression stockings a whirl. It only makes sense. You’re going to be wearing socks anyway, make them work for a living.  


Comments

Patty Heitzman says:

great socks I am a nurse and I wear compression stockings at work. These are great for work or my day off. They are wool, natural, colorful and have a light level of compression to keep my legs and feet from hurting. They are not difficult to put on like stockings with med-high levels of compression. I also had a foot injury a few months ago, so they do not keep all of the swelling out, but they keep it from getting out of hand. I personally like them and the bright colors. They don’t fall down or roll down either and they fit close to my skin. I have wide feet and calfs and they fit well. I liked them so much, I bought 2 other colors.

Book Collector says:

Finally a comfortable pair of compression socks I’ve been looking for a comfortable pair of compression socks for a few years for travel on airplanes. Even a short flight causes my feet to swell something fierce. However, I have not been able to find a comfortable pair until now. And they look good too! The description for these isn’t really good so I’m listing what is on the wrapper of mine. I have a 7M/7.5M foot with 14.5″ calf and I bought the Small/Medium. The wrapper states that the Small/Medium fits Women’s shoe size 4 to 7.5. I had thought about getting the next size up since I’m on the edge of the size range but I am glad I went with the Small/Medium as I think the foot would have been way too big in the next size. The website just says ‘synthetic’ for the material which really isn’t true. It is 32% merino wool, 31% rayon from bamboo, 32% stretch nylon and 5% spandex so the majority of the sock is all natural. The foot is slightly padded so your shoes may fit a little snugger unless you have something like Dansko…

weezie8101076 says:

Comfortable sock The reason I was attracted to these socks was because of their description. Energizing was the key word. I read about them in some magazine. They provide just enough compression to be very comfortable. Sturdy, tightly stitched and not hot. My feet get hot, so does the rest of me. My calves are not big, so I wouldn’t know how they would feel to a person with big calves. I tend to wear out my socks at the big toe. These are well enforced at the toe. Walking is no problem with them. They do help me. I’m going to get another pair later.

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