Lymphedema is very common in recovering cancer patients, typically a side effect of surgery, radiation, and/or injury (Dukes. 2016). Medical-grade compression stockings are wonderful tools to help with swelling and Lymphedema in legs and arms. Debbie Jurrocks, a five year cancer survivor, tells her story about being diagnosed with Lymphedema and how compression has helped her in the article listed below (Dukes. 2016).
For compression garment wearers, tight is right
Are you looking for new ways to get in shape and stay healthy for 2016? Here’s a great article we came across and would love to share with all of our readers! Check out this article written by Fox News about the newest trends in the fitness world including the hottest diets, types of exercise, and gym lingo!
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New year, new you! Everyone’s obsessing over picking the trendiest diet and finding the best fitness challenges in order to shed their winter weight, but no one should neglect their health!
Fitness and health work together to create a balanced lifestyle that can make you feel like an entirely new person! While running or walking, try wearing CEP or Sigvaris performance socks to help increase the blood flow and circulation during exercise. We have an assortment of colors and styles including our performance socks displayed below.
Compression socks help your veins to do their best job pumping your blood back up to your heart and leave you feeling more energized, it’s a win-win for health and wellness! Do yourself and your legs the biggest favor and call our store toll-free at (855) 835-3544 and order yourself a pair today! Also, check out our All About Compression Challenge!
Happy New Year! Better yourself and your health this year with the All About Compression Challenge! This challenge will help improve your health, wellness and happiness with five easy steps.
1.) Start your day out fresh every morning by going for a walk or run around your neighborhood and enjoy the fresh air.
2.)Elevate your legs after working out and during prolonged sitting to help with blood flow and circulation.
3.) Wear graduated compression socks or stockings to aid in the prevention of blood clots, swelling, aching, cramping, and/or restless legs. Compression stockings increase your circulation and blood flow just like exercise!
4.) Review your eating habits with a nutritionist/dietician/physician and ask about setting up a diet plan that is right for your body.
5.) Your leg health is very important, so go see a doctor about your veins. 50% of women and 25% of men, by the time they are 50 years of age, have vein problems. Visit your doctor today and ensure you are maintaining healthy legs.
Healthy lifestyle choices are investments for the future! Start this year off the right way and try the All About Compression Challenge!