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Top 10 People Who Benefit from Compression Sleeves

Top 10 People Who Benefit from Compression Sleeves

Sitting, standing, or remaining in any position for long periods of time can result in venous insufficiency. The walls in your veins can weaken, valves can be damaged, and blood flow through your veins can be restricted. A compression sleeve on your feetlegsknees, or wrists can stimulate venous activity by increasing the flow of blood through your veins and to your muscles and heart.
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Why our Calf Sleeves and Leg Sleeves are so Comfortable

Why our Calf Sleeves and Leg Sleeves are so Comfortable

If you’ve spent some time exploring our site, you already know that our compression sleeves use patented compression zone technology to improve circulation, support muscles, and aid in recovery.
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Make Her Day with These Unique, Last-Minute Mother's Day Gifts

Make Her Day with These Unique, Last-Minute Mother's Day Gifts

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, which means you only have a few precious days left to buy the perfect Mother’s Day gift. No need to panic, though: you have technology. With the help of free shipping and this handy gift guide, there’s no need for your mother to ever know how late you are (although, as they say, a mother always knows).
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What is Edema?

What is Edema?

If you’ve ever been stung by a bee or bitten by a mosquito, you have had edema. Edema is simply the medical term for the swelling of tissues as the body responds to injury or discomfort. In some cases, edema can result from something as small and simple, such as a twisted ankle or bug bite; in others, it can be a result of a serious condition which requires immediate medical attention. In this post, we discuss the causes, symptoms, and risk factors for edema, as well as treatment options which can prevent it from returning.
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6 Stretches that can Help Relieve Shin Splints

6 Stretches that can Help Relieve Shin Splints

Earlier this month, we wrote 7 Tips to Relieve Shin Splints, a practical guide to help relieve the symptoms of this common, painful condition. Among our many suggestions was that of performing stretches in order to aid your recovery. In order to assist you, we’ve created this handy collection of simple calf and heel stretches. 
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How Compression Sleeves Can Help Rheumatoid Arthritis

How Compression Sleeves Can Help Rheumatoid Arthritis

If you’re one of the 53 million Americans suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, even routine tasks such as climbing the stairs or opening a jar may be painful, difficult obstacles. However, while many people simply accept chronic rheumatoid arthritis pain as “part of getting older”, there are steps you can take to help control it. In the following post we discuss how medical-grade neoprene compression sleeves can be part of an effective rheumatoid arthritis treatment that will reduce your discomfort and help you walk easy again.
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How to Relieve Restless Legs on Long Flights

How to Relieve Restless Legs on Long Flights

For some people, a long flight is idyllic—a chance to look at the clouds and experience that airy, untethered feeling of being disconnected from the earth. But for others, an airplane cabin is something more akin to a torture chamber. This is especially true for sufferers of Restless Leg Syndrome, an irresistible impulse to move the legs that worsens during long periods of inactivity.
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What is Restless Legs Syndrome?

What is Restless Legs Syndrome?

An estimated 1 in 10 adult Americans suffer from Restless Legs Syndrome, also known as Willis-Ekbom Disease. This medically-acknowledged neurological condition varies in severity from a mild tingling in the legs to an intense irritation that can cause a severe disruption of sleep. Here, we review the symptoms of restless legs syndrome, as well as the causes, risk factors, and treatments.
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7 Tips to Relieve Shin Splints

7 Tips to Relieve Shin Splints

Many athletes and non-athletes alike have experienced the pain of shin splints, or irritated, swollen muscles in the lower leg bones. For runners, shin splints are most often caused by rapidly increasing mileage, or by suddenly switching from soft to hard terrain. However, shin splints can also be caused by hiking, walking, and other day-to-day activities that place stress on your legs. Fortunately, shin splints often go away on their own, so treatment mainly involves relieving the painful symptoms. If you’re suffering from shin splints, here are 7 tips that will help you get back on the track in no time.
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Sleeves over Socks: 4 Reasons Compression Sleeves are a Better Choice

Sleeves over Socks: 4 Reasons Compression Sleeves are a Better Choice

Compression sleeves have been used in the medical field for decades to help treat symptoms related to diabetes, edema, restless leg syndrome, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel, patellar tendonitis, vein disorders, and more. Just like many other forms of medical equipment, however, compression sleeves have made the jump in recent years from the medical field to the track field.
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Relieve Carpal Tunnel With These 5 Stretches

If you’re one of the 3 million Americans who have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome this year, you don’t need anyone to tell you the symptoms: sore wrists, aching hands, and sharp shots of pain up the forearms. This condition, common in an age where many jobs require high-intensity typing, is the cause of nearly half of all missed work time in the U.S, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. While the best thing to do to address carpal tunnel is to evaluate treatment options with your doctor, there are a few simple carpal tunnel stretches which can help relieve the pain from the comfort of your desk (or living room).
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What to Know About DVT and Pregnancy

What to Know About DVT and Pregnancy

Blood clots are a rare complication, but it’s important to understand that pregnancy does in fact make it up to ten times more likely that you will develop one. The risk of developing a blood clot also increases as your pregnancy progresses, and it is actually highest during the first three weeks after you give birth. The most common type of blood clot during pregnancy is called deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
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