Jobst Compression Socks – Improve Circulation And Reduce Swelling

April 10, 2016 - Comment

Jobst Compression Socks with a sporty look. They have all the benefits of gradient compression and look just like athletic socks. Looking good and feeling good at the same time is a winning combination. Use these socks to improve circulation and reduce swelling in the feet and ankles. Increase the blood flow in your veins

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Jobst Compression Socks with a sporty look. They have all the benefits of gradient compression and look just like athletic socks. Looking good and feeling good at the same time is a winning combination. Use these socks to improve circulation and reduce swelling in the feet and ankles. Increase the blood flow in your veins and enjoy the all day comfort knee band and anatomic cushioned heel and foot sole.

Great for use in a multitude of activities these sporty Jobst compression socks can help to prevent swelling along with other known health benefits. They have a toe seam on top for a comfortable feeling that lasts during your all day activities.

These are a moderate compression knee high sock that are a 15 to 20 mmHg rating.

How Do Compression Socks Work?

There are many companies that make compression socks these days and the reason for that is that there are so many positive uses for them. Doctors recommend compression garments for a variety of ailments and that’s because they work to improve circulation and blood flow. Simple factors like being on your feet all day with jobs like nursing or waitressing can take it’s toll on your legs, ankles and feet. Improved circulation with the use of compression socks and stockings can help to alleviate tired and achy legs and swelling of the feet and ankles.

The way that these gradient compression socks are designed helps to push the blood upwards from your feet towards your heart. Compression products feel a little tight at first but that’s how they work. The compression measured in mmHg (these Jobst socks are a moderate 15 to 20mmHg) have the highest pressure at the ankle or middle of the foot and it gradually lessons as the fabric goes up the leg. This acts as kind of a manual elevator that pushes the blood up through the veins towards the heart. Improved circulation allows oxygen and nutrients to flow throughout the body and provide organs and body systems with the goodness that they need.

One of the reasons that travellers wear compression socks and stockings is the fact that sitting (especially on long flights) can cause slower blood flow and the chance of the blood pooling and creating blood clots in the leg veins. This brings us to another health benefit of improved circulation which is the prevention and lessening of varicose veins. Varicose veins can be caused when the leg veins bulge just below the skin and become clearly visible. Not something that is very attractive.

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Using these stylish Jobst compression socks can aid in quicker muscle recovery time after exercise. Finally a sock that provides the benefit of compression with the good looks of an atheletic sock. Good for use during any sporting activity compression socks have been used by runners especially for years. I became a believer in compression when I trained for a 5o mile endurance run a couple of years ago. They came in real handy during long training runs and they seemed to make my leg muscles recover quicker. You don’t need to be a crazy long distance runner to get the benefits. Give them a shot and see if they give you a boost during your chosen sport. Hiking, cycling or in the gym, it just doesn’t matter. You’re going to wear some type of athletic sock, why not try a compression sock? Professional athletes use them to try and increase their performance and recovery and you can too.

Put a little glide in your stride, whether it’s for athletics or just for your daily activities get a pair of good looking Jobst Compression Socks.

Read more here about the Health Benefits Of Compression Socks.

Comments

Crystal A. Cargill says:

THese work! I have always worn the more traditional hose like jobst stockings at work. I am a nurse and am standing/walking all day. I tried these on someone else’s recommendation. I wasn’t sure if they would really have as much compression as the other kind. I was surprised as I like these and think they work just as well as the more traditional kind. They are easy to put on, comfortable to wear, and my legs don’t hurt at the end of the day. I with they were made in the thigh high version.

Guardsix says:

Great Socks, Expensive! This is the new version of Jobst socks and I like them very well. They aren’t as thick as the original but they feel just the same. They also look much, much, much better than the plain old black socks. They are much easier to pit on and take off; not nearly the struggle as with the original black.They are expensive, but this is about as cheap as you’ll find them. Other places can charge up to $50 a pair!I’ve bought 5 pairs already and will probably buy more in the near future.

FREDERICK FRANZELLA says:

This Is A Home Run This Is a home run. And now I learned a lesson. I had a blood clot In my leg and was given a prescription for Jobst socks 15 to 20 mmHg Knee high. I bought a bunch of other socks and the compression only came up to my ankle the prescription reads to the knee. So from now on I will only get Jobst socks because they are the best socks I ever wore and will only wear from ow on. I would recommend these.

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