es outside of maternity, their function remains similar. They improve blood circulation throughout the comfort zone.
If you’re expecting, you could suffer from Edema. Edema is characterized by swelling in your feet, legs, as well as other areas of your extremities. Maternity compression socks can prevent the formation of varicose veins and help reduce swelling due to Edema. Women produce fifty percent more blood and fluids throughout pregnancy. The result is that the body naturally expands. The most common signs are changes to the hands and facial. Swelling caused by this typically occurs in the fifth month and increases during the 3rd trimester. Other activities that could be the cause are sitting for long periods or exposed to heat extremes.
They also enhance your everyday relaxation by increasing the flow of blood to your ankles, legs as well as your feet. Hoses and socks should be firm, but not too tight and can be any size that ranges from ankle socks to all the way to leggings. If you are unsure which style or size would fit you best, consult your doctor.