The thing is, you don't really need visible signs of vein diseases to enjoy the benefits of compression therapy. Anyone who spends prolonged periods of standing, sitting, long hours travel time in an airplane or on a vehicle. Anyone who experiences heavy, achy or restless legs should wear compression socks.
People with visible signs of venous insufficiency such as swelling and varicose veins should wear compression stockings to minimize the progression of these problems.
Who shouldn't wear them?
People who have sensory problems such as those who have peripheral neuropathy are not advised to wear them. People with such conditions may not feel when the compression stocking is too tight, which could impede blood circulation.
Individuals who should not wear compression stockings include those who have been diagnosed with ischemia (advanced arterial diceases), untreated septic phlebitis, uncontrolled congestive heart failure, and phlegmasia coerulea dolens. It is also not advised .
Where to buy them?
There are many compression socks in the market but if you are interested to buy one you can purchase it on our website or on Amazon. For detailed reviews, you can check it here.
How to determine the right size and height?
Determining the right size is important. The secret to finding the perfect pair of compression size - the fabric must not be too loose or too tight. Too much constriction can lead to serious health issues. Below is lemon Hero's table of sizes and prices.
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Note: To find the right sock for you measure around the widest point of your calf and ankle. To get the right height start by measuring from the floor to the top of the sock.