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Sunday August 24th, 2014

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Guest article by Kinetic Konnection’s Rob Pula

The number one question I get about compression socks when I talk about poor leg health is “do they really work?”

The answer I give is ‘YES’. I do not wear them because I suffer from sore, tired achy legs. Actually my legs are healthy and I try to be active as possible. But my job does require me to sit for periods of time and I am avoiding or preventing the tired, achy and sore legs.

I wear the socks about 3 to 5 days out of the week while at work. I wear them when I travel and I also wear for recovery after a long run or bike ride.

When I do not wear them for 2 to 3 days consecutively I notice a difference. My legs feel heavy and sluggish and I look forward to putting them on.

Prevention of anything is better than reacting and usually with better results. I am not saying that you should wear a brace in case you sprain an ankle or wrist but if you sit or stand for prolonged periods of time, are pregnant, travel or have a pre-existing venous (vein) condition then speak to your doctor about the use of compression socks.

You might be pleasantly surprised. Read this blog about my business partners dining experience and a conversation he had with the waitress.

Feel free to email me [email protected] about any questions you may have about compression socks.

Download your Simple Introduction & Guide for Improving Poor Leg Health.

This information provided by Kinetic Konnection Ltd. is not intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor or health care provider. Please consult with your health care provider for advice about a specific medical condition and being physically active.

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