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Sport & Wellness

Shift workers and all long-hours workers alike are often subjected to long periods of standing in order to accomplish the tasks associated with their jobs. If your job involves such long hours on your feet, you may be experiencing increased aching and soreness in your feet and legs, or even swelling and throbbing. 
As an athlete, or as someone who enjoys a gut-busting workout, you know you want your full attention on your body mechanics, breathing, and form. You don’t want to be thinking about your socks. Socks may seem inconsequential, but they play a large role when we are physically active. If you have ever been sidelined because your sock has bunched up around your toes, resulting in an enormous heel blister, you know exactly what I am talking about. Different sports require a little something different from your socks, often dependent on weather and if your activity takes place indoors or outdoors. Several characteristics define a great sports sock, though, and these characteristics allow for a focus on your sport, not on your socks. 

During pregnancy, a lot of women face troubles, including constantly swollen feet. Those feet have numerous chances of developing deep vein thrombosis due to lower blood flow and clotting. Maternity compression socks are the ultimate solution to combat such struggle.

Compression stockings sound contrary to people with Diabetes. Yet they are essentially tested-rescue for legs, and feet care as they can ease poor circulation.

Physix Gear has been providing compression socks and fitness gear since 2015, and one of the latest products to release has been the new flower compression socks. Here’s everything you need to know about this new product.
Perhaps you have wondered whether you really need compression socks, what compression socks even are, or if standard socks are enough for you? Compression socks offer so many more benefits than regular socks, though - keeping muscles warm prior to activities, increasing blood flow during and after activities, and even preventing injuries, to name a few. 
You may not realize just how easy it is to not get enough movement in during times like these – the Covid19 Pandemic. Working from home, Zoom calls, possibly schooling from home, and many places that provide opportunities for walking or working out closed, many have had to adjust – and many of the tasks during the majority of our days are highly sedentary ones. Wearingfull length compression socks during the day can be a great way to boost blood flow and stay healthier during low-density movement periods.
Graduated Compression socks are designed for compression therapy. They apply gentle pressure to your legs and ankles, promoting blood flow from your legs to your heart. Learn about the health benefits of compression socks.
Pregnancy can put a lot of extra pressure on performance on the legs. Wearing compression socks while you are pregnant can be a very beneficial thing.

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