FIREACTIV PRO KNEE-HIGH COMPRESSION SOCKS
About Fireactiv PRO compression socks.
You’ve probably seen compression socks before, specially made that gently squeeze around legs at various lengths. But if you’ve never had to use them, there’s probably a lot you don’t know about them.
Fireactiv PRO compression socks apply gentle pressure over the ankles and calves to improve blood circulation from the legs and feet to the heart. They also provide exceptional comfort and prevent any swelling in legs, tired feet and varicose veins.
Fireactiv PRO are graduated compression socks tightest around the ankle, getting looser the higher up the leg they go to provide optimum support and comfort.
Both the heels and toes of the socks are reinforced for extra durability plus the materials used in the manufacturing include anti-bacterial properties for exceptional hygiene. The compression is measured in mmHg, where mm stands for millimetre and Hg for mercury. It measures how the stockings react at a certain change in pressure. For more information please visit Wikipedia.
There are different standards for compression.
Fireactiv PRO fall into the COMPRESSION CLASS 1 standard. Compression 15-21mmHg. The function of the lower leg venous pump is noticeably better because the socks provides an external massage and a pressure that improves circulation.
What are the benefits and uses of compression socks?
Compression socks are used to relieve manifestations of disease of the veins in the lower limbs. Compression socks may be used in the following conditions of the lower limbs:
Edema (swelling) of the lower limbs.
Venous insufficiency: Inability of the veins to pump blood back into the heart.
Varicose veins: Enlarged, swollen, and twisted veins. They appear blue or dark purple.
Varicose veins occur when faulty valves in the veins allow blood to pool or flow in the wrong direction.
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT): This occurs when blood flow decreases in the lower limbs, for example, due to lack of movement for several hours after surgery, long flight travel, etc., blood pools in the legs and forms clots.
Lymphedema: Accumulation of lymph fluid in the legs.
Phlebitis: Inflammation of the veins.
Pregnancy: During pregnancy, there is compression of major veins and hormones, which causes swelling of the legs.
The increased pressure has a preventive effect against blood clots and varicose veins and results in a healthier and more comfortable everyday life.
Feel the squeeze!
- Increased range of motion
- Improved flexibility.
- Greater stability
- Blood flows faster back to your heart and lungs
- More oxygen to your leg muscles
- Faster recovery
- Reinforced toe and heal areas for exceptional durability
- Antibacterial textile composition for hygiene
Can anyone wear them?
The great thing about compression socks is that you don’t need a doctor’s approval to try them and for most people, there are no risks to giving them a go. If it’s your first time wearing compression socks, it’s okay to take them off! Don’t feel you have to wear them from breakfast to dinner. Sometimes you need to adjust to them if you find them uncomfortable, like when you break in a new pair of shoes. Compression socks should be just one part of your regiment. Make sure you’re drinking plenty of water, consuming a low-salt diet and moving your legs.
Fireactiv PRO compression socks are available in 2 sizes S/M and L / XL to cover UK shoe sizes from 5 – 12 . Ideal impulse purchase or as a gift for all golfers, gardeners and many more!
EXCEPTIONAL COMFORT, SUPPORT & STABILITY
Eliminating foot pain and swelling by supporting your feet with compression can be one of the easiest ways to improve your golf. Better stability allows for a connected swing, more control in your game, enhancing your performance.
A typical golfer will walk between 5 and 6 miles during a round of golf, so it’s little wonder that your legs may feel heavy and tired towards the end of play. A combination of aching legs and general tiredness can often impact on the way you finish your round. So, with a little help with Fireactiv PRO compression socks you’ll float down the final fairways! Imagine another layer of muscle around your feet, ankles and calves…..your swing starts from the ground up so your base will feel more solid than ever! ‘Ground effect’ is one of the most talked about topics in professional golf so here’s your opportunity, with the help of Fireactiv PRO, to feel so much more connected and rip it like a pro!
Choose from our super-cool colours and medical grade designs to look good both on and off the links! From course to clubhouse enjoy supreme support, style and comfort with our knee-high compression socks. They should be worn for at least 3 – 4 hours post play to gain maximum benefit. Scientifically proven to help reduce fatigue and recommended by medical professionals, choose Fireactiv PRO as your secret weapon . We think you’ll be so impressed that you may choose to wear them as your first choice of socks on a daily basis. And if you want to share the love they certainly make the perfect gift!
The risk of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) and swollen legs during flights is well documented so if you’re jetting off to play in sunnier climes make sure you wear your Fireactiv PRO socks during the flight to ensure you’re in great shape to hit the course as soon as you arrive!
Add some colour to your game!.
Foot pain and swelling on the golf course is usually due to lack of circulation. The feet and legs are the hardest place for the heart to circulate blood to and from. Gravity is pushing down on the body and when you’re on your feet for long periods of time or have circulation issues, blood can pool in the feet to cause pain and swelling. Compression socks essentially act as an additional layer of muscle to compress veins to allow blood to flow at a higher velocity.
Eliminating pain and swelling by supporting your legs and feet with compression is a simple way to increase your enjoyment of time spent in the garden. Better stability and comfort makes even the most challenging tasks so much more fun!
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