Primary Health Sports Copper Compression Socks
If you have never had to wear compression socks you should try them. You will not believe how much better your legs will feel. These Primary Health Sports Copper Compression Socks are among the best.
My husband has congestive heart failure. A few years ago we were at the emergency room about every 2 weeks for months. His medicine was not working to keep the swelling in his legs down. They would admit him to remove the water and then back home. He could only drink a limited amount of liquids each day. The extra fluid puts a big strain on his heart.
After months of going back and forth, doctors, emergency rooms, and everything that goes along with that, they were still swollen after a very short time on his feet. So his heart doctor told him to start wearing compression socks. It immediately worked! No more emergency room visits, and a lot less doctor office visits.
When we received the Primary Health Sports Copper Compression Socks my husband was excited. These are very comfortable and work great for him. They do not weigh anymore than regular socks.
These socks can help a lot of people not just ones with heart problems. This gentle compression material helps with stability during exercise. They have nylon and spandex so they do not restrict blood flow, allows for everyday use, and does not slip.
Stimulating fabric allows free oxygen movement to maintain joint temperature and circulation. These are also anti-bacterial and anti-odor. Copper infused yarn inhibits bacteria, absorbs moisture, and helps keep skin dry. They are made with 83% Nylon, 8% copper yarn, 9% spandex.
These are great for anyone their feet all day, waitresses, nurses, teachers, and more. Men and women both can wear these socks! The Primary Health Sports Copper Compression Socks enhance blood circulation for arthritis, edema, stress fracture relief, exercise, running, basketball, and other athletics.
These Copper Compression Socks are designed to be used you if:
• your feet roll inward too much when you walk.
• you walk, stand, or run for long periods of time, especially on hard surfaces.
• you have weight problems.
• you wear shoes that don’t fit well or are worn out.
• you have tight or sore Achilles tendons or calf muscles.
• you suffer from plantar fasciitis, arthritis, or tarsal tunnel syndrome.
• you need to support, wrap, or in some way brace your ankles during sports.
The correct size is critical to the therapeutic effect of compression stockings.
This is what they look like when received.
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