What are Compression Socks and How do They Work

by Green S. CEO

Compression socks have made a large impact on how athletes look to take care of their body on a daily basis. From young kids playing sports, to professional athletes, compression socks have become more popular as time goes on. With many scientific studies supporting the benefits of using compression socks, more and more people are turning to compression socks to help with a variety of different issues.Most people use compression socks when they are experiencing some form of pain while exercising.  However, compression socks are also known to help people experiencing medical issues, like deep vein thrombosis and varicose veins. Along with assisting medical issues, compression socks are also a great use for maintaining daily health. Wearing compression socks every day not only helps the body’s natural process of blood circulation, they also help reduce swelling. What are compression socks and how do they work:  


High tech 


Compression socks are packed with so many amazing features and technology. Made from tightly woven material, compression socks provide your leg with the right kind of pressure in the exact places. Compression socks have anti microbial technology to make the sock breathable. They also have temperature regulating technology to keep your feet from not sweating and at the perfect temperature. Many compression socks also have a technology called gradient compression. Gradient compression applies the highest form of pressure on the calf and decreases gradually as it goes toward the heart.


Great for your feet 

Even with the studies to back up the technology in compression socks, many people are still left wondering: what do compression socks do? By applying constant pressure, compression socks help relieve pain, swelling, and can also prevent certain medical conditions from ever happening. Along with the medical benefits, compression socks are a great alternative from regular socks, especially for someone looking for comfortability. Wearing compression socks all day will keep your feet from getting tired and stiff, because of the high tech support that they provide. Why wear regular socks that don’t have any health benefits, when you can wear compression socks that feel great, support your feet, and help prevent medical conditions.  


Medical Conditions


Some people can actually get prescribed to wear compression socks by their doctors, in order to help prevent and treat medical conditions. The constant applied pressure helps people suffering from deep vein thrombosis, diabetes, swollen or sprained feet, and varicose veins. All of these medical conditions are related to some form of irregularities in the blood flow. While wearing compression socks, your body gets a small boost to help move blood where it needs to go. Wearing compression socks during physical activities, even as light as walking around, will help the circulation of blood in your body. Even after surgery compression socks are known to show benefits. Wearing them while sleeping or resting provides your body with the right kind of pressure it needs to get better. If you have any concerns regarding treating a medical condition, ask your doctor if compression socks are right for you. 




Compression socks are very common for kids and adults who play sports. Kids are mostly drawn to them for their comfortability and  cool bright  colors, while professionals are drawn to them for their physical benefits. Professional athletes are often seen wearing compression socks or compression sleeves to increase blood flow and support. Compression socks not only help the blood flow while exercising, they provide effective support to your joints to prevent them from getting injured. Whether you are a beginner or professional athlete looking to enhance your athleticism and health, compression socks apply the technology that you are looking for. 





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