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Do compression socks help with blood circulation?

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Yes compression socks can most definitely help with your circulation! We hear amazing success stories time after time from nurses that come in our specialty uniform store. They are always amazed by all the benefits they notice after moving from an everyday sock to wearing one of our compression socks during their shifts.

The pressure compression stockings put on your legs helps your blood vessels work more efficiently. The arteries that take oxygen-rich blood to your muscles can relax, allowing your blood to flow freely. The veins in your legs receive a much needed hand pushing blood back to your heart improving your circulation. Standard socks do nothing to prevent blood from pooling below the ankle which can cause swelling & the tired achy feeling that many of our nurses complain about when they come in our store.

If you are in a profession where you are standing all day or that has to do a lot of flying in a cramped seat a small investment in good compression socks will really change your life! Our most popular mmHg of compression purchased in our store is the 15-20mmHg, once you wear compression socks you will never go back!

Stop in our locally owned specialty store today to find the largest selection of Compression Socks in Indianapolis or shop us on-line at! If you have questions on compression socks pick up the phone & call one of our compression sock experts who are available 7 days a week during our store hours 317-863-8681.