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Compression Therapy, Varicose Vain, Blood Circulation, Muscle Relaxer, Socks (Come in 3 Pairs)

$24.95 $49.90
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Compression Therapy, Varicose Vain, Blood Circulation, Muscle Relaxer, Socks (Come in 3 Pairs)

$24.95 $49.90
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Compression Therapy, Varicose Vain, Blood Circulation, Muscle Relaxer, Socks (Come in 3 Pairs)

 

 Description

The medically proven Core Compression Sock improved Blood Circulation. Our Graduation Compression technology (20-30mmHg) provides the ideal compression for maximum boost of blood and oxygen circulation. The Compression Socks help reduce lactic acid build up and aids muscle recovery in your calf, ankle, feet, legs, and release pressure. 

  

 

A Durable Compression Sock designed to last, without compromising quality or Comfort. Double-stitched Fabric your legs will thank you. Feel the immediate Comfort and remarkable design of your new Stamina Long Sock Tights. The compression socks were created for multi-purpose  benefits such as:  

  • Compression Therapy 
  • Muscle Strains
  • Varicose Veins 
  • Blood Clots 
  • Swollen Feet and Ankle 
  • Arthritis Ankles and Knees 
  • Leg Fatigue 
  • Burning and Throbbing Legs
  • Muscle Cramps 
  • Long Flights 

 


 

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 Why the Compression Socks? 

  • Boost Circulation in Your Legs
  • Support Veins
  • Prevent Blood From Pooling in Your Leg Veins
  • Diminish Leg Swelling
  • Reduce Orthostatic Hypotension, which causes Lightheadedness or Unsteadiness When you stand
  • Help prevent Venous Ulcers
  • Prevent Development of Deep vein Thrombosis in your legs.


A Compression Socks that Finally Fit? 

The Compression Socks comes in various sizes that fit various leg sizes: 

What can you benefit from wearing the Core Compression Socks?

  • Increase Circulatory Health
  • Helps prevent varicose veins
  • Helps prevent DVT and blood clots
  • Relief from discomfort associated with minor/moderate edema, CVI, and venous conditions

     


    Who Are The Core Compression Socks Made For? 

    • People suffering from circulatory issues 
    • Frequent travelers & Flyers 
    • People diagnose with Varicose vein
    • Athlete - muscle relaxer
    • People with Thrombosis in Leg

     

    Signs You Could Benefit From The Core Compression Socks?

    • Do you experience swollen legs from time to time or when taking a long flight? If yes, it is a sign that you need compression socks to help release pressure 
    • Do you experience muscle stiffness? The Core Compression Socks help relaxes the leg muscles. 
    • Do you have swollen veins in your leg? This might be a sign of varicose vein. The Core Compression Socks is medically prescribed to ease the condition. 

     

    Highlighted Features: 

    • Four Zones of graduated Compression 
    • Soft, comfortable and durable fabric 
    • Uniques weaving technic and material 
    • Made of breathable, elasticated fabric 

    • Include Anti - Moisture technology to prevent perspiration
    • Keep legs and feet cool because of the breathable fabric 
    •  3D technology with breathable fabric, achieving an excellent balance
    • Between compression and comfort

     


    Benefits of Wearing Compression Socks Daily

    Varicose veins - they are swollen and enlarged veins that usually occur on the legs and feet. They may be blue or dark purple, and are often lumpy, bulging or twisted in appearance.


    Other symptoms include:

    • Aching, heavy and uncomfortable legs
    • Swollen feet and ankles
    • Burning or throbbing in your legs
    • Muscle cramp in your legs, particularly at night
    • Dry, itchy and thin skin over the affected vein

    The symptoms are usually worse during warm weather or if you've been standing up for long periods of time. They may improve when you walk around or if you rest and raise your legs.

     

    Compression socks Daily  usage: 

     

    • Improve Recovery and Endurance


    • Reduce muscle recovery time


    • Relief for muscle stiffness and pain


    • Prevent strain, injury, and fatigue 

    • Decrease lactic acid build-up

     

    • Relieve Arthritis Pain 


    • Relieve pressure from flying

     

     

    When to see a GP

    If you have varicose veins and they do not cause you any discomfort, you may not need to visit a GP.

    Varicose veins are rarely a serious condition and do not usually require treatment.

    But speak to a GP if:

    • Your varicose veins are causing you pain or discomfort
    • The skin over your veins is sore and irritated
    • The aching in your legs is causing irritation at night and disturbing your sleep

    The GP can diagnose varicose veins based on these symptoms, although further tests may be carried out.

    Read about diagnosing varicose veins.

    Causes of varicose veins

    Varicose veins develop when the small valves inside the veins stop working properly.

    In a healthy vein, blood flows smoothly to the heart. The blood is prevented from flowing backward by a series of tiny valves that open and close to let blood through.

    If the valves weaken or are damaged, the blood can flow backward and collect in the vein, eventually causing it to be swollen and enlarged (varicose).

    Certain things can increase your chances of developing varicose veins, such as:

    • Being female
    • Having a close family member with varicose veins
    • Being older
    • Being overweight
    • Having a job that involves long periods of standing
    • Being pregnant
    • Other conditions

    Read about the causes of varicose veins.

    Treating varicose veins

    If treatment is necessary, your doctor may first recommend using compression stockings, taking regular exercise and elevating the affected area when resting.

    If your varicose veins are still causing you pain or discomfort, or they cause complications, they can be treated in several ways.

    The most common treatment options include:

    • Endothermal ablation – where heat is used to seal affected veins
    • Sclerotherapy – this uses special foam to close the veins
    • Ligation and stripping – the affected veins are surgically removed

    It's unlikely you'll receive treatment on the NHS for cosmetic reasons – you'll have to pay for cosmetic treatment privately.

    If you do feel you require treatment, it might help if you print out treatment options for varicose veins to discuss with the GP.

     

    Complications of varicose veins

    Preventing varicose veins

    There's little evidence to suggest you can stop varicose veins from getting worse or completely stop new ones from developing.

    But there are ways to ease symptoms of existing varicose veins, such as:

    • Avoiding standing or sitting still for long periods and trying to move around every 30 minutes
    • Taking regular breaks throughout the day, raising the legs on pillows while resting to ease discomfort
    • Exercising regularly – this can improve circulation and help maintain a healthy weight

     


    Types of varicose veins

    There are several types of varicose veins, such as:

    • Trunk varicose veins – these are near to the surface of the skin and are thick and knobbly; they're often long and can look unpleasant
    • Reticular varicose veins – these are red and sometimes grouped close together in a network
    • Telangiectasia varicose veins – also known as thread veins or spider veins, these are small clusters of blue or red veins that sometimes appear on your face or legs; they're harmless and, unlike trunk varicose veins, do not bulge underneath the surface of the skin

    FAQ

    Used for patellar tracking disorder, patella subluxation or dislocation, patellofemoral pain syndrome, light MCL and LCL injury prevention, meniscus pain, knee sprains, knee arthritis, runner’s knee, jumper’s knee, chondromalacia, patellar tendonitis, and more.

    No. They have a specially designed gripping strip on the inside to hold the it up regardless of how hard you move or exercise.

    Using a fabric tape measure, stand up and measure the circumference around the center of your kneecap. To get the most accurate measurements, we recommend having a close family member or friend assist you. Refer to our sizing graphic in the photos above to choose the right size.

    Yes, but this knee brace is meant to fit against your skin for a better grip. It can be worn above tight pants or leggings if necessary.

    This knee brace can be comfortably worn all day while sitting, standing, and during physical activity.

    Yes! We offer a simple no-hassle returns and exchange process. Simply contact us by email info@corespirited.com and we'll ship a replacement or arrange a refund.

    Delivery takes 3-6 days to the USA, and 5-12 days to Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia.

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    What Customers Are Saying

    I'm a 55 years Old, without this supsupport, my movement would've been very limited. I'll be bothering my neighbors for their support since my children lives far way.

    Never did I expect to walk without pain. I sometimes forget I have the brace on. I am very happy to have discover your product. 

    At 40 years old, my goal wasn't to have the knees of an 18-year-old. I know mines have a lot of mileage. I was looking for something that can take away some discomfort when I squat or perform any lower body movement. You present me with the right brace for that.

    Thank you for introducing this fantastic brace to my life. 

    Customer Reviews

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    Bella O'Reilly

    I am a woman in my 60s who has problems with swelling in ankles & feet. My doctors recommended compression socks, which I was not happy about until I discovered these. This works for me. I don't have to worry about shoes that fit in the morning and then are painfully tight later in the day. I also tried 20-30 mmhg compression socks, but they were difficult to get on and I didn't see much more of a difference. I have ordered 2 additional sets of these because I love them! Highly recommend.

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    Katie

    These socks are fantastic. I ordered an xl. They were so comfy. Perfectly supportive, yet didn't leave my legs with painful marks. I highly recommend these. No static cling. Comfortable for 10+ hour shifts.

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    Magmaa

    good mild to medium compression and easy to put on and off.... I would love to find a compression sock this length that is toeless. I cut off the toes because toeless socks in items i have used are always too long. The length of these are perfect for me. I wear sock over the compression socks so the ragged edge resulting from cutting off the toes doesn't show and the shoe keeps it from riding up. still I would love a toesless that I don't have to cut. I hand wash and the elasticity after many washing is still good.

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    CJ Douglas

    These compression socks fit very well and are very easy to put on, unlike some I've used over the years. I was, for years, a professional compression hose fitter. Try getting on compression panty hose if you want a challenge! This socks are a piece of cake to put on and they seem to be made of a material that will stand up to repeated washings. They fit well, and do a great job for a lighter compression stocking. Try these and you will be amazed at how much better your feet and legs will feel at the end of the day! You would be surprised at the number of my patients who refused to believe that advice, only to say, "Wow, I wish I had listened to you and put them on sooner!"

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    Chocobeanie

    These are really nice. I give them four stars simply because they are too loose in the toe and foot area which makes them fine for standing but I wouldn't want to use them for running and have loose fabric rubbing on my toes. Still, if you need compression socks for daily wear I highly recommend these. They wash and dry easy, retain their shape, and as someone who has a hard time finding nice knee socks that fit well, are just nice as knee socks in general because they don't cut in to your leg or slide down. If you're looking to try compression socks out for the first time, or just want a selection, I recommend these.

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