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Neuropathy Socks for Women and Men for Relief Swollen Feet and Ankles

Neuropathy Socks for Women and Men for Relief Swollen Feet and Ankles

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šŸŒŸGet Relief FromĀ Forget Stabbing Pains & SwellingĀ 

šŸ’š Natural pain relief without painkillers
šŸ‘Øā€āš• Avoid costly chiropractor bills
šŸ©ø Relieves discomfort by activating pressure

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  • āœ…Reduce swelling, relieve foot neuropathy, diabetic foot pain, plantar fasciitis and most foot-related issues
  • āœ…Increase energy, heal injury symptoms and boost performance
  • āœ…Bamboo fabric benefits- thermoregulating, antibacterial, wicking sweat and preventing odour

Why do we need compression sleeves?

We wear compression sleeves toĀ improve blood flowĀ in our legs. Compression sleeves gently squeeze the foot to move blood up our legs. This helpsĀ prevent swellingĀ andĀ blood clotsĀ to a lesser extent. If you have any kind of foot pain, plantar fasciitis, neuropathy, or have just had surgery, yourĀ health care provider may prescribe compression sleeves.


Purpose-built for comfort and engineered for performance.


Combat Symptoms of Neuropathy

Compression sleeves canĀ relieve neuropathy issuesĀ concerning blood flow, as they are known for their ability toĀ improve blood circulation. Studies have shown that compression sleeves canĀ help those living with diabetesĀ and lower extremity oedemas.




Prevent And Relieve SwellingĀ 

Compression sleeves are made to helpĀ control swelling in the feet, ankles, and lower legs. Benefits include helping to squeeze these areas to prevent the build-up of fluid in the tissue.

Diabetic Foot Pain

Compression sleeves can helpĀ combat symptomsĀ of the disease byĀ reducing swelling, aches, pain, and fatigueĀ in the legs and feet. They are a viableĀ non-invasive treatment methodĀ forĀ diabetic patientsĀ suffering from poor circulation and nerve damage to theĀ feet and legs.

Speed Up Recovery

When compression sleeves areĀ recommended after surgery, they should usually be worn as much as possible, day and night, until you're able to move around freely. Compression sleeves are used after surgery toĀ prevent blood clotsĀ from developing in the leg, which is known asĀ deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

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