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Can wearing compression socks cause high blood pressure
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008 2XU Compression Socks to address Low Blood Pressure
I found out that compression clothing for high performance athletics can help cancer patients. I used 2XU socks to manage my low blood pressure. At night I would wear their recovery socks. The light headedness I had when getting up from bed disappeared. It is nice not having to take more drugs to manage symptoms.
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Prevent DVT On Long Flights | Exercises To Prevent DVT | DVT Flight Socks | Reduce DVT Risk (2018)
How To Prevent DVT On Long Flights | Best Exercises To Reduce Risk Of DVT | Prevent Blood Clots When Flying | Compression Stockings For Deep Vein Thrombosis | Flight Length Hey guys! This weeks video is about how you can prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT) when traveling long distance. It's a question I get asked quite often in the pharmacy so I hope this video helps everyone. Video Sections: 0:08 - Facts About Air Travel 0:30 - Facts About DVT 1:06 - About Compression Socks 2:32 - Flight Exercises & Tips 3:40 - Summary & Important Information 4:39 - Bloopers WHAT IS A DVT? A DVT is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein, usually in the leg. The deep veins in the leg are blood vessels which go through the calf and thigh muscles, and are not those which you can see just below the skin. WHAT IS TRAVEL-RELATED DVT? Long journeys (more than four hours) by plane, train, bus, car, etc, are thought to cause a slightly increased risk of DVT. This is probably due to sitting immobile and cramped for long periods. Blood flows more slowly, and collects in the legs when they are hanging down. Blood flowing slowly is more likely to make a clot. The risk of DVT from travel is small. Research studies suggest that there is about one DVT for every 4,656 flights that last for four hours or more. The longer the flight, the more likely you are to develop a DVT. It has to be stressed that the vast majority of travellers have no problems. Other risk factors are involved, so for most people the chance of developing a DVT just from a long journey is very small. CONDITIONS THAT MAY INCREASE RISK OF DVT ON FLIGHTS OF 8HOURS OR MORE: • History of DVT or pulmonary embolism • Cancer • Stroke • Heart disease • Inherited tendency to clot (thrombophilia) • Recent surgery – pelvic region or legs • Obesity • Pregnancy • Hormone replacement therapy For up to date list visit: https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/travelhealth/Pages/PreventingDVT.aspx If you or a family member falls in any of the above categories visit your GP before travelling. EXERCISE & TIPS TO REDUCE DVT ON FLIGHTS: Whilst travelling on a long journey, particularly on a long-haul plane trip: Exercise your calf and foot muscles regularly: • Every half hour or so, bend and straighten your legs, feet and toes when you are seated. • Press the balls of your feet down hard against the floor or foot rest every so often. This helps to increase the blood flow in your legs. • Take a walk up and down the aisle every hour or so, when the seatbelt signs are not switched on. • Make sure you have as much space as possible in front of you for your legs to move. So avoid having bags under the seat in front of you and recline your seat where possible. • Take all opportunities to get up to stretch your legs, when there are stops in your journey. • Drink normal amounts of fluid to avoid a lack of fluid in the body (dehydration). • Do not drink too much alcohol. (Alcohol can cause dehydration and immobility.) • Do not take sleeping tablets, which cause immobility. ELASTICATED COMPRESSION STOCKINGS: There is some evidence to suggest that compression stockings can help to prevent travel-related DVT in people who have a high to moderate risk.The slight pressure from the stocking helps to prevent blood 'pooling' in the calf. Stockings do not replace the need for regular exercises. Full guidance on these in video. SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF DVT & PULMONARY EMBOLISM: Please visit the following link for more information on this - https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/dvt/travel.html Want to see more videos about everything health and pharmacy? Let me know in the comments below. Subscribe for new videos ▶https://www.youtube.com/c/AbrahamThePharmacist LET'S CONNECT: http://facebook.com/AbrahamThePharmacist http://instagram.com/AbrahamThePharmacist https://www.linkedin.com/in/AbrahamThePharmacist https://plus.google.com/u/4/109698449114086481589 https://twitter.com/AbrahamThePharm https://www.AbrahamThePharmacist.com https://www.youtube.com/c/AbrahamThePharmacist ABOUT ME: Prescribing Media Pharmacist | Extreme Optimist | Bringing Science Through New Videos Every 2 Weeks - Monday 4PM(GMT) I'm a British - Persian - Iranian prescribing media pharmacist who loves science, making videos and helping people. I work in both GP surgeries and community pharmacy. DISCLAIMER: This video is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. Abraham The Pharmacist has used all reasonable care in compiling the information but make no warranty as to its accuracy. Always consult a doctor or other healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.
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5 Reasons Why You Need Compression Socks | Kintec: Footwear + Orthotics
Many people hear the words ‘compression socks‘ and immediately think, ‘I’m too young for those!’ What they don’t realize is, no matter your age or activity level, compression socks can provide immense benefits to many people. To understand how compression socks can help you, it is important to know how circulation affects your legs. Your heart constantly pumps blood through your arteries. These vessels act like a hose, carrying blood at high pressure to your entire body and providing cells with oxygen and other necessities. This, of course, includes the arteries and vessels in your legs, as well. Unfortunately, getting blood, lymph and other fluids out of your lower limbs is a bit more difficult. Your veins and lymphatic system are not pressurized, meaning they have to work against gravity to move fluid back up your legs. Your calf and leg muscle usually do this, but they don’t always work efficiently enough to prevent blood from pooling in the feet, causing that dreaded ‘heavy leg’ feeling. Compression socks assist in circulation by helping push blood and fluids out of your legs. They create a ‘pressure gradient’ by fitting snugly around the ankle and tapering off in pressure towards the top of the sock. This creates better venous pressure, and prevents swelling and increased fatigue after a long day of work or activity. If any of these following situations sound familiar to you, compression socks could help you greatly! 1. You sit all day at work Some refer to the calf muscle as the second heart. This is because the calf acts as a steady pump during movement and pressurizes veins in the lower leg, allowing blood to flow back to your heart. If you sit at a desk all day, these muscles are doing very little and can cause blood to pool in the lower legs. 2. You stand for long periods of time Walking encourages more blood flow by using the calf as a muscle pump for your veins, but standing in one position will greatly reduce the effectiveness of this system. This is why trades workers, retail employees, and hospitality staff are all great candidates for using compression socks! Your legs will feel less fatigued and have more energy when your shift is done. 3. You exercise Realistically, wearing compression socks probably isn’t going to shave minutes off your half marathon time or get you to squat that extra 20 pounds. What compression can help with is post-exercise recovery and reducing soreness. Studies have demonstrated that wearing compression socks during exercise and recovery can lessen muscle soreness in the legs. 4. You travel Remember earlier when we explained how sitting for long hours can cause blood to pool in your legs? Travelling far distances on an airplane can have the same effect. Prolonged sitting while flying increases your risk of developing deep vein thrombosis – or blood clots. Using compression therapy is a great tool to prevent this. As well, it will help keep your legs feeling fresh when you finally arrive at your destination! 5. You like cool socks! From business casual to fashionable or athletic, both medical and off-the-shelf socks come in a variety of materials and styles. Whether you need something sharp for work or enjoy the ‘athleisure’ aesthetic, compression socks will look as good as they feel! Kintec’s fitting experts are available to answer any questions you may have about how compression socks can help you. Stop by one of our locations today, shop our selection of compression socks online. www.kintec.net @KintecFootwear
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Compression Stockings For Men & Women - Compression Stockings For Varicose Veins
Compression Stockings For Men & Women - www.colonialmed.com Compression stockings worn throughout the day can alleviate symptoms of dysautonomia and Orthostatic Hypotension (OH). Dysautonomia is a disease that affects the autonomic nervous system, often manifested by a low blood pressure and/or a high heart rate upon standing (also, called Orthostatic Hypotension and/or POTS, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome). Compression stockings come in many shapes, colors, and styles. You can purchase flesh-colored compression stockings if you would like for them to blend in with your natural skin tone. There are compression stockings that look like a sock or sleeve and compression stockings that look like pantyhose. Compression stockings help relieve symptoms and slow the progress of varicose veins. They improve circulation and are a mainstay of treatment for varicose veins that are causing symptoms. The tightness gradually gets less and less until you reach the top of the stocking (graduated compression). Compression stockings are tightest at the foot. Compression stockings effectively force blood to flow along its natural course. They steadily squeeze the leg muscles, helping to drive blood back to the heart. Compression stockings also prevent the formation of blood clots and reduce swelling in the feet. Compression stockings are not meant to be worn to bed. However, it's a good idea to keep them on your nightstand since they need to be put on first thing in the morning when you wake up, before you even get out of bed. Although support hose are meant to help your circulation, improper use can cut off your circulation and lead to further complications. If you notice any swelling in your leg or foot below the lowest point of the stocking, remove the stocking and report the swelling to your health care provider.
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Blood Clots-Compression Stockings-Fast Track Recov-Clip2
This clip is not for everyone. Please take what ideas you deem useful. Everyone responds differently. I am not a med. Doc. I am just relating my experiences. It would be irresponsible for me to suggest what is appropriate for any one individual. Use your brain. You make your own decisions. ****Be sure you are on an anti-coagulent such as warfarin, coumadin, lovenox, etc. Your Doc: Will not and cannot recommend most of this because this is unfamiliar territory and he would be in a liability situation. Just let him know what you are doing. Beware of the 'stick eye'. Concept: Compressed leg muscles can work more efficiently in aiding the veinous return flow and reduces the chance of fluid seeping into the calf tissues from the outer veins carrying the diverted blood flow. Standard Protocol: Prescribe a 30-40mm compression stocking.Fast-Trac embraces these ideas: 1) Positive mindset, 2) New ideas based on rational theory, 3)Active participation Fast-Trac: Go to higher compressions & use combinations Fast-Trac Concept: Higher arterial pressures will help perfuse all tissues with oxygen setting the stage for new vein growth, faster muscle recovery times, and increase availability of macrophages to scavenge blood clots. Have three kinds of compression stockings: (Don't put 100% faith in anybody's recommendation, even mine. You be in charge. You make the decisions based on what you learn ) I do highly suggest buying for quality. You may be using your compression stockings next year to avert thrombosis syndrome. Mediven- Pantyhose type (useless for me-need thigh-high type 30-40mm) Venosan- Calf high (very good-20-30mm) Sigvaris-Thigh high(I was impressed with the 500 series for 40-50mm compression. Impression-tough, durable) Evaluation ongoing. Open vs Closed Toe (I like the open toe style, especially with my 'hammer toe' ) Compression: In Hospital-20-30mm Hg stockings (1-2 weeks) (thin matl) Early stage Recovery:(1-6wks) use 30-40mm (thin matl) Faz Trac Tip: Final stage Recovery: go to 40-50 mm (heavier guage material) Use the AB Index to (ankle brachial pressure index,ref. toWikipedia) calculate your max compression. I= Ankle press/Arm press. If I= (.9-1.3) then okay for 40-50mm compression. There are exceptions of course (diabetes, calcified arteries, heavy smokers) Pointers: 1)Adapt to fit your needs ( ex: Calf high with knee brace/ Thigh high with calf high) 2)Use a donning frame & latex gloves 3) Inexpensive short cut: For short term use: Elastic fabric Vet Wrap (about $5)/ Possibly saran wrap. Suggest: Get a venous filter asap if appropriate.
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Low Blood Pressure | Home Treatement of Low BP | Best Remedies for Low BP
Low Blood Pressure |Home Treatement of Low BP | Best Remedies for Low BP Please subscribe our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3bbPJNgY1LZQtwLTDaxbbQ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Natural-Treatment-107699252942387/ How to Treat Low Blood Pressure Naturally 1-Know what constitutes low blood pressure Typically a reading of 90 (systolic) over 60 (diastolic) that is sustained over time is considered low blood pressure and should be treated 2-Increase your salt intake Though most doctors recommend that people limit their salt intake because it can raise blood pressure, this can be a good thing for people with low blood pressure. Make sure you consult with your doctor before significantly raising your sodium intake because excess sodium can lead to heart failure, especially in older adults. 3-Drink more water Drinking water is good for everyone, but it can help raise your blood pressure if it is too low.There aren't any possible negative side effects from drinking more water. So, even if drinking more water doesn't end up working to raise your blood pressure, it will still help your body become more healthy overall. 4-Wear compression stockings These special socks can help lower blood pressure by reducing the pooling of blood in your legs. 5-Maintain a healthy diet Eat a variety of foods including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean chicken or fish. This step can be beneficial for everyone, not just those who have low blood pressure. But it is an effective way to ensure that the arteries get all the nutrients they need. 6-Eat smaller portions more frequently Eating smaller meals more often during the day can help prevent your blood pressure from dropping quickly after meals.Try to eat low-carb meals.
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Compression Stockings - Improving Arterial Pressure
http://aboutcompressionstockings.com/ Compression Stockings - You can get better arterial pressure without the need for expensive medication. Using compression to force the blood through narrower paths will help you achieve just that. And all you need to do is wear special pair of stockings. Follow the link above to find out more.
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How To Put On Your Medical Stockings
Tel 01935 873 951 http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/ http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact info@theveincarecentre.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj Medical stockings can help relieve the symptoms of tired, heavy, aching legs associated with varicose veins) as well as preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis and minimising the risk of complications of varicose veins and superficial venous reflux. Here is one method to help you get your medical graduated compression stockings on. Wear rubber or synthetic gloves to protect your stockings from finger nails and rings. Medical compression hosiery is graduated. This means that the stocking gives its firmest compression (or squeeze) at the ankle and the compression gets progressively less firm over the calf, then knee and thigh. The lowest compression is exerted at the top of the stocking. The compression level at the ankle is measured in mmHg. This is the same unit of measurement used for blood pressure (BP). For the treatment of varicose veins, varicose eczema or the complications of superficial vein reflux, a medical stocking with an ankle pressure of 20 to 30 mmHg pressure is usually prescribed. In the treatment of venous ulcers, a medical stocking with an ankle pressure of 40 mmHg pressure is usually prescribed. The graduated compression works with the vein circulation in encouraging the flow of blood in the veins upwards towards the heart. The compression also resists any vein reflux which may be present. To ensure the correct ankle pressure is exerted by the stockings, it is important that careful measurements of the circumference of the leg are made at the ankle, calf and thigh. The precise sites of measurement are often different from one stocking manufacturer to another. In many clinics, nursing staff receive specific training on the measurement and application of medical grade compression stockings. Many people find compression stockings much harder to put on than conventional hosiery or support stockings. There are various ways to facilitate donning of your compression stocking. This video shows one very popular method. Special donning gloves are available but simple "washing-up gloves" are equally effective. Tel 01935 873 951 http://theveincarecentre.co.uk/ http://www.theveincarecentre.co.uk/contact info@theveincarecentre.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/theveincarecentre https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/dr-haroun-gajraj
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How Compression Socks Helps
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Professional Compression Socks
https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=me%3DALLFV17AZIVHM&field-keywords=nurse+compression+socks My husband is diabetic and these help his legs not hurt as much. While helping to keep his circulation and blood flow well. They are not only good for diabetics but for athletes, pregnancy or nurses that are on their feet all day. Helping to prevent stiffness and reducing swelling. They can help while recovering from an injury. And help your blood pressure. Made in Germany they are lightweight yet firm and offer medical grade reliability that you can count on.
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Compression Stockings for Varicose Veins
Compression stockings can inexpensively mitigate the symptoms of vein issues. Compression stockings fit snug around your legs which help moves blood upward, thus preventing pooling in the veins of your legs.
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VenActive 15-20 mmHg and 20-30 mmHg Compression Explained
Not sure which compression level is right for you? Moderate 15-20 mmHg Graduated Compression promotes continuous relief from: Aching/fatigued legs Minor ankle and leg swelling Mild/minor varicosities Reduce swelling during travel Occupational or evening edema Leg discomfort from long hours of sitting or standing Prevention of varicosities and swelling during pregnancy Firm 20-30 mmHg Graduated Compression provides continuous relief from: aching/fatigued legs mild varicosities during pregnancy mild lymphedema mild venous insufficiency moderate ankle and leg swelling moderate varicosities venous stasis ulcerations post sclerotherapy prevention or management of DVT
NOTE: from 8:44-9:10 something went wrong with editing and when uploaded it paused the video and we lost footage. So when it starts back up. I have left walmart and ended up going to another store and they accused me of shoplifting. Today I made my way out to get my compression stockings, a visit to see an old friend at his restaurant and "shop lifting" wtf!!!! -------------------------------------------------------------- Neurocardiogenic Syncope: https://www.sharecare.com/health/brain-nervous-system/what-neurocardiogenic-syncope Hep C: http://www.hepchope.com/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Search%20-%20UNDX%20-%20Awareness&utm_term=hep%20c&utm_content=Hep%20C%20General%20-%20Exact%20-%20Overlap&gclid=CMik7KrB_9sCFbCHxQIdB8sC2Q&gclsrc=ds Cluster Headaches: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cluster-headache/symptoms-causes/syc-20352080 Narcolepsy: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/narcolepsy/symptoms-causes/syc-20375497 Superventricular Tachycardia: https://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/what-is-supraventricular-tachycardia Panic Attacks: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panic_attack Tourettes: https://www.webmd.com/brain/tourettes-syndrome Obsessive-Compulsive-Disorder : https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/obsessive-compulsive-disorder Mast Cell Activation Syndrome:  https://tmsforacure.org/symptoms/symptoms-and-triggers-of- mast-cell-activation/ Patella Syndrome: https://www.webmd.com/brain/tourettes-syndrome Bradycardia: https://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/bradycardia Low & High Blood Pressure SURVIVOR: Ovarian Cancer & Endometriosis in 2010) ----------------------------------------------------------- My Instagram: @_ZebraStrong My IG Project: @zebrastrongcarepackages Etsy: Etsy.com/shop/ZebraStrongCreations ------------------------------------------------------ CAMERA -Canon T6i -Iphone X --------------------------------- EDITING SOFTWARE -Wondershare Filmora ————————- MUSIC ~RISE (Katy Perry Cover) by SUPERFRUIT, Mary Lambert, Brian Justin Crum, Mario Jose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U85U3...
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Compression Stockings for Varicose Veins: Benefits and Uses
Compression Stockings for Varicose Veins: Benefits and Uses Varicose vein symptoms Vein-related problems are becoming one of the more common chronic conditions in the United States. About 40 percent of the US population may be affected by chronic venous insufficiency, a condition that can lead to more serious issues, including varicose veins. If you have chronic venous insufficiency, you typically experience heavy legs and swollen ankles at the end of the day. You may also experience pain or night cramps in your legs. These symptoms occur when the valves in your veins become damaged, and it becomes difficult for blood to move up your legs toward your heart against gravity. The blood then starts pooling around your ankles and in your calves. With time, malfunctioning valves can result in varicose veins — twisted, rope-like veins of bluish or purple color, visible underneath your skin. If venous conditions and related symptoms affect you, compression stockings might help. Why you should use compression stockings Compression stockings (or socks) are a special kind of elastic hosiery that supports healthy blood circulation and helps prevent a variety of health conditions, including: chronic venous insufficiency spider veins varicose veins The pressure that these stockings put on your ankles and legs compresses the surface arteries and veins, helping the vein valves to function properly and blood to flow back to your heart without obstructions. How to use the stockings It’s extremely important to put on compression stockings in the morning, before you lower your legs and get out of the bed. Sleeping in a horizontal position makes your vein valves function more effectively than when sitting or standing. In a vertical position, gravity kicks in and blood flow is compromised due to the damaged valves. That’s why your ankles and calves usually feel fine in the morning, and get swollen and heavy as the day progresses. Putting on compression stockings in the morning will keep the valves in the right position to support healthy blood circulation in your legs during the day. If you’ve already developed a vein-related condition, compression stockings can help alleviate symptoms such as: swollen ankles heavy or aching legs fatigue and pain restless legs night cramps Research Compression stockings can provide many benefits, especially in situations that aggravate venous conditions such as: prolonged standing or sitting traveling on a long flight or on other means of transportation with limited leg room pregnancy A 2004 study showed that calf-length compression stockings can reduce or prevent evening swelling. The researchers recommended that people who sit or stand for long periods of time in their profession should wear compression stockings. How to choose the right compression level You should always talk to your doctor to get advice about the right compression level. There are four main levels of compression: mild compression, which should be used if you have mild chronic venous insufficiency to support healthy blood flow so your legs can feel lighter moderate compression, which is more effective and is usually recommended once you’re experiencing symptoms of spider or varicose veins firm and extra firm compression, which are typically recommended by a doctor in more serious cases of various venous diseases, including deep vein thrombosis, leg ulcers, and lymphatic edema How to choose the right size Choosing the right size for compression stockings is crucial to feel as comfortable as possible and to take advantage of all the benefits of the elastic hosiery. To ensure the proper fit, you’ll need to take measurements. Here are a few tips: Take measurements of your legs before you get out of bed in the morning or even lower your legs. For knee-high socks, measure the narrowest part of your ankles and the widest part of your calves. Then sit up on your bed, placing your feet on the floor and bending your knees so your legs form a 90-degree angle. Take the measurement between the bent knee of each leg and the floor. For thigh-high stockings, start the same as taking measurements for knee-high socks. Continue by standing up and measuring your thighs under your buttocks. Finally, measure the distance between your buttocks and the floor. Taking these measurements can sometimes be tricky, so don’t be afraid to ask for help or talk to your doctor when in doubt. How to take care of compression stockings Taking proper care of your compression stockings isn’t difficult. But there are a few things to keep in mind to make them last as long as possible without losing their strength and benefits: Use cold or mild temperature water. Hand-wash your stockings instead of using a washing machine. Don’t use fabric softener — only soap or mild detergent. Never use a dryer. Hang your stockings to dry instead.
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How To Put On Compression Stockings After Knee or Hip Replacement Surgery
One of the most difficult steps after knee or hip replacement surgery is putting on compression stockings. Compression stockings are important to decrease swelling and reduce the risk of a blood clot.
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CNA Essential Skills - Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking (4:13)
How to apply a knee-high elastic stocking onto the foot and leg of a patient. Gonzo-style video filmed and produced by RHM Photography, LLC -- Contact at rhmphoto@gmail.com
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How to put on compression stockings
Learn some quick tips to put on your compression stockings. After watching this video you should be able to put your stocking on with ease.
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How to apply Compression Stockings by Brownfields P&O
Debbie King of Brownfields Prosthetics and Orthotics, instructs how to properly apply compression stockings.
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9 naturall ways life style changes to raise low blood pressure at home
Please watch: "THESE SIMPLE STRATEGIES CAN HELP PREVENT HEMORRHOID PAIN FROM GETTING IN THE WAY OF YOUR LIFE." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBJfsnfauug --~-- Please keep patience and watch full video for detail, and if you are new to here please subscribe it with click on bell icon for latest upcoming videos. Most people with low blood pressure do not need medications or other medical interventions to raise blood pressure. There are plenty of natural ways and lifestyle changes to raise low blood pressure, including the following lifestyle changes. 1. Eat more salt. 2. Avoid alcoholic beverages. 3. Discuss medications with a doctor. 4. Cross legs while sitting. 5. Drink water. 6. Eat small meals frequently. 7. Wear compression stockings. 8. Avoid sudden position changes. 9. Be aware of symptoms. Anyhow, doctor will suggest you the best so, consult your doctor at earliest. If you like the video, please thumbs up, and share with others on social media. .............................................................................................................. Please subscribe my channel for latest videos, linked below: https://goo.gl/79zFNo .......................................................................................... For latest videos watch my Channel Linked Below: https://goo.gl/dNZSXe ............................................................................. Visit my Google+ Account Linked below: https://goo.gl/ny6Pxp ................................................................................... Also Visit Facebook Page link given below: https://goo.gl/sDx9GQ .................................................................................. Follow me on Twitter as: https://www.twitter.com/shafiq999ahmad1 ............................................................................. Visit my on pinterest link given below: https://goo.gl/PyuPnU .................................................................. the content samurai.com
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Blood Clots,Recognize,Symptoms, What to Expect-Clip 1
Learn how to recognize Deep vein and Superficial vein thrombosis and what to expect.BLOOD CLOTS -- HOW TO RECOGNIZE 1)Superficial-reddness, mild burning if along the Saphenous vein. Other surface veins may have a visible or palpable lump usually feels like a hard cord or pencil under the skin. Could continue into a DVT You can expect to be put on coumadin and will have only minor impairment if at all. It can be deceptively symptom free until the entire Saphenous vein becomes like a cord most of the way from your thigh down to the ankle. You most likely will not experience any leg swelling but you should see the vein become more prominent and then become hardened. 2)Deep vein-If in calf, dorsa flex the foot. If sharp pain then suspect thrombosis. 3)Deep vein- If between the thigh and knee-Femoral vein Can be difficult to detect at first because it tends to become established before symptoms develop. Symptoms may present as a lower muscle pain or pulled groin muscle. Further these pains may not always be present. They can be intermittent at first misleading you into thinking it's just a pulled muscle.Experience feelings of fluid build up upon standing and weakness in Quads at first . Later a feeling of dizzyness AFTER mild exertion. A craving for sweets for energy. DO NOT attempt to treat with anti-inflammatory NSAIDs like Aleve or Ibuprofen. Tylenol okay to use. Take a couple of aspirin a day until you have a chance to get to a doctor's offc. Do the pinch test to see if you are dehydrated...if skin does not snap back immediately start drinking fluids now. One you first feeling fluid building up and/or dizzyness upon standing you are probably within three days of requiring admission to the ER at the hospital. You will know you have reached a critical stage when your thigh muscles become weak, feel more and more pressure each time you stand and you feel dizzy after walking just a few yards. At this point you must go to the ER but try to have a bowel movement and pee before you go....you probably won't be able to for the next week or so. Just the physical swelling will cause that.DO THESE THINGS RIGHT NOW (TODAY) BEFORE GOING TO THE HOSPITAL FIRST THING: Laxative-If you even think you may have a thrombosis-Start immediately on either All-Bran cereal or Mira-Lax with each meal SECOND THING: Plan ahead-Transport (911=$900)/meals, grocery shopping, business now SECOND THING: Buy a pair of thigh high compression stockings 20-30mm Hg-no Rx nec. WHAT TO EXPECT: At the ER they will put an IV line in you to keep fluids going into your body. Your leg diameter will continue to swell for the next few days. Be sure you ask for a doppler to confirm thrombosis. Your pain levels will increase...you won't be able to walk but a few meters without passing out from orthostatic hypotension. If you are on diuretics for BP CONTINUE THEM. ASK THE HOSPITAL DOC (DAY 1) IF YOU CAN HAVE SOMEONE BRING YOU 20-30 mm thigh high COMPRESSION STOCKINGS FOR IMMEDIATE USE. You will need measurements of your ankle, calf, and thigh at the widest part. You will only use these until about two or three weeks after you get home then order some stockings at 30-40mm for the next 4-6weeks and then go to 40-50mm. As soon as you can (when the 30-40mm began to stretch and lose compression.The hospital may give you some short knee high compression socks which are useless and just slow your progress or they may use a machine with a pressure cuff to stimulate circulation---they usually don't get the cuff adjusted tight enough to do any good....take some control here and do it yourself. Each day, Ask your hospital doc if your vital signs have returned to normal (such as kidney function). If so then don't let the hospital keep putting IV fluid into your body...that just makes your leg feel like it is going to burst plus it makes it almost physically impossible for you to use the toilet in your room no matter where it is. They will argue the IV is for your benefit. Tolerate what you can but take control. You will also feel your upper body begin to retain fluid as well. This will also make going to the toilet a lot more difficult. Until you can get the fluid in your body down (ask doc to use lasix for that) you will be in great pain and pretty immobile and severely constipated and unable to pee. You will be put on Coumadin or Warfarin accompanied with a few shots of Lovenox injections for about ten days. The Coumadin you may be on forever. You will also be given medication for pain.
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How to wear Compression Stockings - Benefits of Cotton Compression Stockings
In this video you can learn: 1. how far Ontex Cotton Compression Stockings are superior 2. benefits of Cotton blended Compression Stockings 3. how to wear Compression Stockings - Correct Procedure 4. Wash & Care info 5. Do's and don'ts
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Wear Compression socks for Wounds
Did you ever wonder why it takes sooooooooooooooooooo long for bug bites, cuts, burns, biopsy sites, or wounds on your lower legs to heal? Well, it is because of the very high pressure in the blood vessels in this area of the body compared to elsewhere on your body when you are standing. Think of it this way; you have a column of fluid that is as tall as you are. At the bottom of the column, the weight or pressure of the fluid trying to go out of the column (or in this case, your veins) is really high. Some of the blood actually does come out of the column...especially red blood cells. This sometimes leads to permanent brownish or redishbrown discoloration on your lower legs after an injury. The increased pressure also makes it so the wound-healing cells that are normally supposed to be there doing their job can't get to their destination as easily....so things take alot longer to heal and are more prone to infection for the same reasons. A simple solution is to wear knee-high compression socks. The compression socks exert pressure that is counter to or opposing the pressure from the column of fluid. This kind of evens the pressure out so the cells that are trying to get to the wound can get there, and the cells that are trying to leave the wound can leave. Make sense? I hope so! There are lots of on-line stores where you can buy affordable compression socks. One I like is www.footsmart.com. Be sure you measure yourself according to their directions or they don't fit right and all benefit is lost. I wear compression socks every day just because it saves your legs and your veins and your legs feel soooooooooooooo much better at the end of the day. Compression socks come in different strengths or "tightness" measured in millimeters of mercury, or mmHg. A 20-30mmHg stocking is usually a good one, or there are some that are sold at 21mmHg. These too are usually good enough to do the job. The 15mmHg socks are usually not compressive enough to do much good. If you have a difficult time putting them on (i.e. if you can't really bend over and pull and tug or if you have arthritis in your hands) then get yourself a "stocking donner". This is a device that makes it so easy to put your compression socks on. They are especially handy if you are pregnant or have arthritis. One work of caution; if you have arterial problems in your lower legs, you should be evaluated by your doctor before you wear compression socks as you don't want to compromise the circulation any more. I do not mean "bad veins" as bad veins are begging for compression socks. I am talking about arterial circulation. If you have a question about the difference, ask your doc. http://alpineskin.com http://dermdeals.com
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Compression Stockings Reduce Leg Pain
Compression Stockings reduce leg pain and improve circulation. Compression socks and stockings, also known as circulation socks, support stockings, surgical socks or surgical stockings, are our most popular products because they aid with a wide range of ailments. Most common are the aches and pains caused by poor circulation in the legs and feet. A compression stocking, circulation sock, or surgical sock treats leg discomfort by applying graduated pressure to the leg, making it easier for blood to flow, which will in time alleviate reduce varicose veins as well as provide lasting support to the legs. Compression Stockings reduce leg pain and improve circulation. Compression clothing is a great solution to a number of health problems: varicose veins, arthritis, poor circulation, and swelling. It's important to choose the right compression clothing for your body. In order to choose the right clothing, you should be aware of all the options out there.Compression Stockings reduce leg pain and improve circulation. compression stockings use stronger elastics to create significant pressure on the legs, ankles and feet. Compression stockings are tightest at the ankles and gradually become less constrictive towards the knees and thighs. By compressing the surface veins, arteries and muscles, the circulating blood is forced through narrower circulatory channels. As a result, the arterial pressure is increased, which causes more blood to return to the heart and less blood to pool in the feet. Compression Stockings reduce leg pain and improve circulation. CAUTION:Under no circumstance should those with advanced peripheral obstructive arterial disease, congestive heart failure, septic phlebitis, oozing dermatitis and advanced peripheral neuropathy be wearing compression stockings.
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Leg Support Compression Socks
GET IT NOW -- http://bit.ly/2Ojlwgl Supports healthy blood circulation and helps prevent and relieve a variety of health conditions, including: chronic venous insufficiency spider veins varicose veins High-tech compression UNISEX socks that reduce muscle vibration, focus muscle power and control lower-leg movements during high-intensity workouts. Ergonomically placed pressure points ensure optimal comfort while wide elastic cuffs and elastic ribs provide a tight fit. The pressure that these stockings put on your ankles and legs compresses the surface arteries and veins, helping the vein valves to function properly and blood to flow back to your heart without obstructions. If you’ve already developed a vein-related condition, compression stockings can help alleviate symptoms such as: Swollen ankles, Heavy or aching legs, Fatigue and pain, Restless legs, Night cramps. Material: Nylon Sock Length: S/M=32CM (12,6”), L/XL=34CM (13,40”), XXL=37CM (14,6”) Ankle (A) & Calf (C) Circumference Measurements: S/M: A=6.5"-8.5" (16,5cm – 21,5cm) C=10.5" -14" (27cm – 35,5) L/XL: A=8" -9.5" (20,5 – 23cm) C=11.5" -15" (29.5cm – 38) XXL: A=10.5'' (26.7cm) C=16.5''(41.9 cm) Secure Checkout via: Visa - MasterCard, Android Pay, Apple Pay or PayPal GET IT NOW -- http://bit.ly/2Ojlwgl Please SHARE With Friends & Family!
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Leg calf Compression Sleeve Footless Socks
#Asoonym #compress #splints #circulation #pain http://www.aisoonyum.com/Products/Leg_&_Calf_Support/11.html I have nerve pain and muskuloskeletal pain. I wanted something I can wear with no sock. I barefoot around a lot. Sometimes, I just don't want the added warmth. I also needed something that would cover ankles up past the knees without squeezing above the knee. That's a fibro spot. Since I am not as mobile, I also wanted help with keeping good circulation. Asoonym leg compression sleeves are offered footless. Win. They do not squeeze above my knee (they go higher up and do not squeeze). Win. No sweaty feet or sliding on the hardwood. Win. I have much reduced pain and swelling. That tells me my circulation is improved. I have support in my ankles and knees getting up and down. Win. They are lightweight material and breathe well. I had a choice of size. You go by your height. I ordered medium. they go up a little higher on me. I am only a bit over five foot though. Since i am thick, small might have cut into the thighs. I am satisfied with the fit since i needed them to go a little higher. I ordered mine on Amazon and received them quickly. These sleeves are useful for someone disabled like me, for athletics, high blood pressure, professional drivers, and more.
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Low blood pressure: Know all about it
Low blood pressure causes, symptoms and cure. 7 tips to manage the numbers Low blood pressure, or hypotension, symptoms include dizziness, fainting or blurry vision among others. You can manage your low blood pressure numbers with a healthy diet and ensuring that you stay hydrated all the time. Low blood pressure is a condition characterised by a sudden dip in normal blood pressure levels (120/80 mm Hg). If you have been having frequent bouts of dizziness, fainted a few times, developed blurry vision and find it difficult to concentrate, you probably have low blood pressure. Low blood pressure, also known as hypotension, is normally not considered a worrying factor by many people, while high blood pressure, commonly known as hypertension, is taken much more seriously. Low blood pressure is a condition characterised by a sudden dip in normal blood pressure levels (120/80 mm Hg). Doctors define hypotension as consistent readings below 90/60 mm Hg, in some cases either of the numbers is in that range or lower. It could be a sign of a serious heart issue, or an endocrine or neurological disorder. Just as hypertension can be naturally controlled with foods, for hypotension too, a well balanced diet and a few changes in lifestyle can make a big difference. Here are some ways in which you can naturally control low blood pressure. However, make sure you consult a doctor and take professional help: Balanced diet Food items should be high in at least two out of three power minerals: calcium, magnesium and potassium. A balanced diet with these foods in your diet can cut down the risk of stroke and heart attack nearly by half. “White beans, kiwi, peaches, banana, bell pepper, broccoli, sweet potato, quinoa, avocado, greek yogurt , eggs, olives, tulsi leaves, almonds, munaka, sea salts (within limits) and coffee is what you should include in your diet,” says Priyanka Aashu Singh, nutritionist, Portea Medical, Bangalore. Stay hydrated Dehydration is one of the major causes of low blood pressure. In summer months, particularly, make sure you drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water to keep the body hydrated. “When you are dehydrated, the body struggles to deliver oxygen and nutrients, as well as remove waste products. The body cannot store fluid, and thus, it is important to drink adequate water to replace this loss of fluid and maintain a normal blood pressure. Apart from frequent water intake, include coconut water, aam panna, pomegranate juice, bael sharbat as part of your liquid intake as these drinks have the necessary electrolytes to maintain optimum blood pressure,” advises Singh. Hydration is imperative for keeping your low blood pressure in check. (Shutterstock) Avoid heat exhaustion “Exposure to heat over time can lead to dehydration which is a major cause of low blood pressure. It is therefore important to avoid venturing out in the day too much, particularly in the summer,” says Dr Haresh Tolia, general physician on Lybrate, Mumbai. Avoid alcohol Alcohol in limited quantities is good for the health but prolonged use can lower blood pressure. “Alcohol being a diuretic can make you lose more water leading to dehydration. Those diagnosed with hypotension should therefore look at tapering the use of alcohol and consume non-alcoholic beverages instead,” explains Dr Tolia. Resting Avoid resting for prolonged durations. Change positions slowly. Do not sit down or stand up suddenly as this can make you feel dizzy. Increase sodium intake Although excess salt is bad, it is still required by our body in moderate quantities. According to WHO, your daily diet should contain about one teaspoon of added salt besides what is obtained from fruits and vegetables. Those suffering from low blood pressure can increase their consumption of salt moderately in consultation with an expert. Healthier alternatives are sea salt, rock salt, black salt and Himalayan salt- as mineral content is high in these as compared to white salt. Increase blood flow  You shouldn’t spend too much time in the sauna or steam room. This can be done with the help of compression stockings. They help in better circulation of blood throughout the body. As mentioned earlier, one should also drink adequate quantity of water. The more liquid circulates in the veins, the higher the blood pressure is. Singh also advises some other things: Avoid spending long time in steam rooms, hot tubs and saunas. Change body positions slowly such as getting up from the bed, standing up and so on. A drop in blood pressure is commonly observed during first few weeks of pregnancy, this condition usually goes away later on in the pregnancy or post delivery. Yet pregnant women should always monitor their blood pressure to eliminate underlying causes for it such as an ectopic pregnancy or anemia
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16 Weeks Pregnant, Dizzy Needed Compression Stockings, Need a New Car
16 Weeks pregnant, Still car shopping I can's seem to get rid of my smart car, having issues with horrmones relaxing my muscles and dropping my blood pressure, ultrasound appointment, finding out the sex or not??
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NEWMARK Traverse+ Compression Socks
FEATURES: ★ EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE: Traverse+ compression socks are recommended by doctors and preferred by trainers because of their excellent performance. These compression socks stimulate blood flow and improve oxygen delivery to your muscles, bringing more energy to your feet! ★ TRUE GRADUATED COMPRESSION: Tightest at the ankles and gradually less constrictive toward the knees, Traverse+ compression socks use stronger elastics to create significant pressure on the legs, ankles and feet. ★ PREVENT INJURY & ALLEVIATE SHIN SPLINTS: Traverse+ compression socks help prevent injury and swelling: shin splints, leg cramps, calf cramps, foot cramps, pulled muscle, plantar fasciitis, varicose veins, blisters, blood pooling, etc. ★ EXTRA-DURABLE & SUPERIOR COMFORT: Traverse+ compression socks are made with the durable and breathable material of lightweight premium nylon and spandex. Thus, the socks can last longer and provide better moisture control. With a special cushioning and support design on the toe and heel, the socks provide an ideal fit and enable full range of motion with joint flexibility. ★ WIDE USE: Traverse+ compression socks are widely used for running, jogging, cycling, hiking, walking, pre & postnatal ambulation, nursing, yoga, prolonged standing, basketball, soccer, football, baseball, ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, skiing, triathlons, field sports, travel, etc. DESCRIPTION: Why choose NEWMARK Traverse+ compression socks? NEWMARK Traverse+ 20-30 mmHg compression socks are specially designed for men and women to reduce leg abrasion and stress. The socks improve blood flow and increase vitality, relieve fatigued legs, and reduce the swelling of legs, ankles, heels and feet. Traverse+ compression socks are the true graduated compression. In order to keep less blood pooling in the feet and pump more blood to the heart, the socks are specially designed to be tightest at the ankles and gradually less constrictive toward the knees. Traverse+ compression socks are suitable for athletes, runners, hikers, nurses, doctors, travelers, business people, and anyone who is on their feet all day. The socks are also the best choice for pregnant women and puerpera. Traverse+ compression socks are made of breathable and elastic fibers which are able to control the moisture of your feet and legs to maintain appropriate dryness so that you feel more comfortable and at the same time shape your legs by tightly embracing them. Our goal is to make sure you are 100% satisfied! For more information, welcome to visit our website: https://newmarksports.com/ AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/Compression-Graduated-Stockings-Maternity-Athletic/dp/B0751X4YFS/ref=sr_1_1?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1508989426&sr=1-1&keywords=newmark%2Bsocks&th=1
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How to put on Compression Socks - Care Pharmacy.
How to put on a pair of medical compression socks or hosiery using the heel pocket method. Delwyn from Care Pharmacy Hastings, gives a step by step guide to putting on compression socks. email: info@carehastings.co.nz 301W Heretaunga Street, Hastings
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How Do Compression Stockings Work?
While you may wear an ordinary stocking for style or to protect your legs, compression stockings have elastic fabric designed? The pressure these put on legs helps blood vessels work better. Googleusercontent search. Frequently asked questions about compression therapy products how do socks work? Run mummy run. Compression 2 mar 2016 wearing compression socks is key for diabetic patients with circulation issues like venous insufficiency how do you get your stocking on? Stockings must be put on by working them slowly over the heel, then up leg. Knee high compression stockings are used not only to help increase circulation, but also prevent the formation of blood clots in lower legs 20 jul 2015. They may be prescribed by your gp if you have a condition that causes poor blood flow in legs, such as varicose veins (swollen and enlarged veins). Compression stockings how to choose and use them webmd. When the fda cleared our products for sale, they required jobst custom product lines to be dispensed by prescription. While our fun compression socks look great that is not their only function. The heart pumps now that we know what the blood and muscles are doing while running, let's talk about compression socks sleeves do to help body stockings should begin work immediately but full effects may take several weeks. Find out if there is a different kind of stocking that will work for you q. How do compression socks work for diabetics? Advanced tissue. Dvt compression stockings benefits, uses, and more healthline. 22 sep 2016 by squeezing the leg tissues and walls of the veins, compression stockings can help blood in the veins return to the heart. The time & place for compression socks. Ong does it take compression stockings to work? Compression medlineplus medical encyclopedia. If you have symptomatic vein disease, should wear compression when are up and about, except for bathing. Should i wear compression stockings to improve my socks and benefits, risks, how buy long should wikipedia. Improving the flow of lymph can help reduce tissue swelling compression stockings are specially designed to apply pressure your lower legs, helping maintain blood flow, and discomfort. A how to use do compression socks really work? 5 reasons wear sleeves and. The ready to wear products available on the shelf do not require a prescription. How do compression stockings work? Medical videos doctorqa how does it really Fleet feet sports west hartford. The veins get a boost pushing blood back to your heart. But, whether or not the socks and tights deliver as promised has been an open what's deal with compression technology? Though science conflicting reports, here are some real benefits from wearing sleeves. How do compression stockings work? Compression are like pantyhose or tights, but they're made from a different material and serve purpose. They can also improve the flow of fluid(called lymph) that bathes cells in legs. This can hurt your skin. Rubber kitchen gloves can be wor
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Mind Body Exercise: Lower Blood Pressure by Breathing Part 4 by WholyFit
WholyFit's mind body exercise lowers blood pressure naturally and instantly without medication, using simple breathing techniques. This is the fourth video in this series, which Laura created to help her own mom. I use my computer as a teleprompter. Please consider visiting my kit at https://kit.com/FitnessPros ABOUT US: WholyFit is a ministry of Fitness Pros for Christ, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides fitness workouts for body, soul and spirit. We also offer instructor certification training for those who want to teach our fitness system. ▶ Please Smile for us! Check us out at https://wholyfit.com and please consider supporting us via Amazon Smile as your designated Amazon charity. We will receive .5% of purchases, at no extra cost to you! Click here to sign up: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/82-4516893 ▶ Please also consider a one-time or monthly donation to support our work via Patreon: https://patreon.com/wholyfit ▶ As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, you can also support us directly by sending tax-deductible donations to Fitness Pros for Christ, Inc., 395 Sawdust Rd., Suite 2155, The Woodlands, TX 77380 We love these non-slip socks and gloves for exercising without the need for an exercise mat! You can find them here in all different colors: Non-slip Socks: ▶ https://amzn.to/2KEoiep Non-slip Gloves: ▶ https://amzn.to/2M7xa1K Looking for a tool to help you form new healthy habits? These wonderful journals from HabitNest use evidence-based tools to assist you with making real and positive changes in your life: https://shop.habitnest.com/?aff=alison Are you interested in any of the other gear Laura uses, including cameras, lighting, editing software, or exercise mats? Let us know in the comments, and we can post some links to those products. Meanwhile, check out some her gear here: ▶ https://kit.com/FitnessPros Our mission is to provide free Christian fitness workouts, home workouts, beginner workouts, advanced routines, and more. Many volunteers generously gave of their time to offer these at no charge. So, if you were blessed by this workout, please click the Like button, the Subscribe button, and the little notification bell (next to the Subscribe button) to be notified each time a new workout is posted. Also, please comment below about what other workouts you'd like from us, and how we can pray for you. Our instructors meet weekly to lift up all prayer requests! Come for the fitness 💪🏃🤸 Stay for the fun 😁 Be blessed by the fellowship 👩🏾 👧🏿👩🏼 DISCLOSURE: This video and description contains affiliate links. If you click on one of the product links, Fitness Pros for Christ (WholyFit) will receive a small commission, at no additional cost to you. This allows us to continue to provide you with free video workouts like this. Thank you for the support! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Get personalized help from me on chat while you work out in REAL TIME LIVE! Please watch "PREMIERE" video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol-Yhz-MGb4 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Are Compression Socks Worth It
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http://www.SmoothToe.com/athletic-socks Running Compression Socks are the secret weapon of marathon runners like New England Marathon champion, David OMeara. OMeara set personal records during his gruelling event, with little to no recovery time between races and he credits his success to SmoothToe Energizing Socks with 15-20mmHg of graduated compression.
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How to Reduce Swelling in Legs, Feet and Ankles Quickly Due to Fluid Retention and Edema
How to get rid of swollen legs feet and ankles fast naturally due to fluid retention and edema. Home remedies for swollen feet. Our body can eliminate the excess fluids on its own, through urine, or sweat. However, when its function is affected, the fluid starts accumulating in the tissues, and causes swelling. The swelling is most prominent in legs, feet, ankles, hands, and sometimes even in face. This is known as peripheral edema. There are two types of edema. pitting edema, and non-pitting edema. In pitting edema, an indentation is formed, when pressured is applied on the swollen area. This indentation will persist for sometime, even after the pressure is released. The causes for pitting edema are: Sitting for too long. Congestive heart failure. High intake of Sodium. Deficiency of Potassium and magnesium. Pregnancy. Medication side effects. Wearing tight socks, etc., In non-pitting edema, indentation is not formed when pressure is applied. Non-pitting edema is caused due to disorders in lymphatic system. Non-pitting edema is more serious, and difficult to treat, than pitting edema. Whatever might be the reasons for swelling and fluid retention, you must consult your doctor, immediately. However, there are some home remedies you could take, to reduce swelling in the body. 1. Drink water. Drinking less than the recommended amount of water, which is 6-8 glasses a day, can dehydrate your body, and is very dangerous to your health. In cases of dehydration, the body tries to rehydrate itself, by taking water from different tissues, which may lead to fluid retention and other serious health problems. 2. Reduce the intake of sodium. Sodium is present in almost any of the foods we eat every day, so it’s really hard to avoid. However, consuming too much of it can cause numerous health problems, including fluid retention. 3. Avoid processed foods. Processed foods are rich in sugar and sodium, which are among the main risk factors for fluid retention, and a variety of other diseases and conditions. You must avoid processed foods as much as possible. 4. Eat potassium, and magnesium rich foods. Potassium deficiency has been linked to fluid imbalance, as well as improperly functioning organs. Magnesium is very important for our health, and we need about 200 mg of it a day. In case of these deficiencies, the body will experience fluid retention. So make sure to eat nuts, seeds, whole grains, and avocado, in order to optimize the levels of the minerals in your body. 6. Eat Vitamin B6 rich food. Lack of this vitamin, is one of the main causes of fluid retention. Eat more tuna, pistachios, bananas, chicken, and sunflower seeds, in order to resolve the problem. 7. Exercise. In order to prevent fluid retention, exercise is key. Start being physically active today, in order to keep the levels of fluids in your body regulated, and keep everything functioning properly. Go for a walk, run, or swim, and aim for 30 minutes of exercise per day 3 times a week, or more, if you have the time. 8. Elevate your legs. While sleeping, or resting, elevate your legs with a pillow, to reduce the swelling in your ankles, and prevent accumulation of fluids in your joints. 9. Don't wear tight clothes. Wearing tight clothes can impair your circulation, and cause numerous problems. Also, don't wear socks which are too tight. If you follow these tips, you may steer clear of the condition and stay healthy. About HomeYog: HomeYog is here to help you live life to the fullest. We create videos to help you in maintaining your health, beauty, nutrition and fitness. We also create videos to help you in self development, motivation and stress management. Please watch our videos and leave comments so that we can improve and in turn help you better. Please subscribe to our: Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/theremedysite Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh2QFXoHBh09UXTbDGNcs6A Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/HomeYog Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/HomeYog Visit Our Website: http://HomeYog.com/ For medical disclaimer, please watch till the end of this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aevz0F9mWBQ
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Varicose Vein Radio Frequency Ablation
Education on Varicose Veins, Veins, & Venous Insufficiency by world renown vascular surgeon Mitar Vranic DO owner of Western Vascular Institute. Venous (Vein) disease treatments (Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, i. Varicose Veins – Varicose Veins are more than just a cosmetic issue. These large bulging and gnarled veins can cause pain as well as blood clots, skin ulcers and other serious problems. Our body has a system of veins that carry blood from the body tissues back to your heart. Once in the heart the blood is sent to the lungs to be oxygenated then delivered to arteries which take this oxygen rich blood again throughout your body. When the system of valves within the veins become “incompetent” and no longer push the blood upward toward your heart blood begins to pool within the vein. Because many veins are near the surface of the skin the pooling of blood creates visibly full veins that push outward creating the Varicose Vein. Symptoms: Symptoms of Varicose Veins can be pain in the legs, itching, swelling, burning, leg heaviness or tiredness, & skin discoloration. Generally, symptoms worsen throughout the day (especially in hot temperature) when individuals are standing and the veins are having difficulty pumping the blood back to the heart. Causes: Varicose veins are caused by weak or damaged valves in the veins that are not able to work properly against gravity and push the blood back up to the heart. This inability of veins to function properly is called venous insufficiency and is the main problem behind varicose veins. There are several potential causes for Varicose Veins and risk factors that an individual may be more likely to get them. Risk Factors: Pregnancy, menopause age over 50, standing for long periods of time, sedentary lifestyle, obesity-which increases the pressure on the legs and makes it more difficult for the veins to pump the blood upward. Diagnosis: Will be done during a physical examination while standing with a vascular surgeon. The physicians of Western Vascular Institute will also request that you have a Doppler ultrasound scan to check the blood flow in the superficial and deep veins. Treatment: a. Compression stockings: prescription grade compression stockings usually knee-high with 20mmHg-30mmHg of compression will help relive some of the symptoms of Varicose Veins and are generally required as conservative management for a period of 3 months before more aggressive treatments are considered. b. Ablation therapy: After a 90 period if the more conservative therapy is unsuccessful at providing optimal relief ablation therapy is an option. Western Vascular Institute uses the Covidien Venefit (ClosureFast) Radio Frequency Ablation option for ablation therapy c. Ambulatory Phlebectomy – minimally invasive procedure to remove varicose veins in the legs. In this procedure a very small incision is made in the skin at the tip of the large bulging vein and the vein is pulled out through the incision. This is procedure allows for speedy recovery and very little down time. d. Sclerotherapy ( for Spider veins ) -using an ultrasound to direct the placement of a small needle the provider will inject a sclerosing agent into the spider vein that will help the vein break down naturally and be reabsorbed by the bodies natural processes. Staying Healthy: to prevent getting more varicose veins make sure to maintain a healthy weight by eating a balanced diet and exercise. Avoid wearing high heels or shoes that put undue stress on your leg muscles. Also, avoid long periods of standing or sitting.
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Colorado CNA | Skill 2 | Applies One Knee-High Elastic Stocking
Compression stockings are like pantyhose or tights, but they’re made from a different material and serve a different purpose. While you may wear an ordinary stocking for style or to protect your legs, compression stockings have an elastic fabric designed to fit tightly around the ankles, legs, and thighs. These stockings are tighter around the ankle and less tight around the calves and thighs. The pressure created by the stockings pushes fluid up the leg, which allows blood to flow freely from the legs to the heart. Compression stockings not only improve blood flow, they also reduce swelling and pain. They are particularly recommended for DVT because the pressure stops blood from pooling and clotting. In this video, Lisa demonstrates the proper application of an elastic stocking.
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Top 5 Best Compression Socks 2018 - 2019 Review & Top Pick's
This video features 5 Best Compression Socks. Here are Links to Products mentioned in this video ✅1) https://amzn.to/2CRSRxH ✅2) https://amzn.to/2q1YuAW ✅3) https://amzn.to/2PIoah2 ✅4) https://amzn.to/2PI7uGq ✅5) https://amzn.to/2RYZpil In this video we have talked about the best Compression Socks to help you choose the best one according to your budget, needs and requirements. We hope our top Compression Sock guide would’ve been helpful in selecting the one you might’ve been looking for. You can find links of all the products mentioned in this video above in this description and also in comments section below. If you have any question related to any Compression Socks mentioned in our video, feel free to leave a comment down below. Compression stockings are like pantyhose or tights, but they’re made from a different material and serve a different purpose. While you may wear an ordinary stocking for style or to protect your legs, compression stockings have an elastic fabric designed to fit tightly around the ankles, legs, and thighs. These stockings are tighter around the ankle and less tight around the calves and thighs. The pressure created by the stockings pushes fluid up the leg, which allows blood to flow freely from the legs to the heart. Compression stockings not only improve blood flow, they also reduce swelling and pain. They are particularly recommended for DVT because the pressure stops blood from pooling and clotting. Compression stockings are effective for treating DVT. Studies examining the effectiveness of compression stockings have found a link between compression stockings and DVT prevention in hospitalized patients. If you experience leg trauma or have surgery, your doctor may prescribe compression stockings for use during your hospital stay or at home. You can purchase these from a pharmacy or a medical supply store. These stockings can be worn after a DVT diagnosis to treat the condition. They may also be worn as a preventative measure. For best results, put on compression stockings first thing in the morning before you stand on your feet and begin moving. Moving around can cause swelling, at which point it may become harder to put on the stockings. Keep in mind that you’ll have to remove the stockings before showering. Since compression stockings are elastic and tight, applying lotion to your skin before putting on the stocking can help the material glide up your leg. Make sure the lotion fully absorbs into your skin before attempting to put on the stocking. To put on a compression stocking, grab the top of the stocking, roll it down toward the heel, put your foot inside the stocking, and then slowly pull the stocking up over your leg. Wear the stocking continuously throughout the day and don’t remove it until bedtime. Wash the stocking after each use with mild soap and then air dry. Replace your stocking every four to six months. If you like this video don’t forget to subscribe to this channel and we see you guys in next video. Disclaimer: We are participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, and we get a commission on purchases made through our links. That means this video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, we’ll receive a small commission. Portions of footage found in this video is not original content produced by this channel. Portions of stock footage of products was gathered from multiple sources including, manufactures, fellow creators and various other sources.
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Lower Blood Pressure – Home Remedies
Lower Blood Pressure – Home Remedies Nitric Oxide Therapy Works - http://healthyat60plus.com/blood-pressure/ Questions - call me at 609-410-4790 Email - http://healthyat60plus.com/contact https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOXU3yAse1ZL8uw4uxKgixT-NAAbDspyN https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOXU3yAse1ZKwS3aMBrXH3G_t_LT8sjF5 Subscribe - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsA4hVXp7CfMan09GcIYS3A?sub_confirmation=1 Channel - https://www.youtube.com/healthyat60plus Nitric Oxide Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_O85-x4PyE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkGFHasoNYQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8UNOjnZRnE Lower Blood Pressure Naturally - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxnXw-PS_oM http://natural-remedies-lower-blood-pressure.healthymenandwomen.website http://naturally-lower-blood-pressure.healthymenandwomen.website http://lower-bp.healthymenandwomen.website http://www.healthymenandwomen.website/lower-blood-pressure-naturally http://healthymenandwomen.website/naturally-lower-blood-pressure If your blood pressure is running too high, these 8 home remedies for high blood pressure can help lower it and keep it within normal levels! There are various home remedies. Most of them come in the form of food. One of the most used is garlic. Garlic contains ingredients that relax the blood vessels improving blood circulation and lowering your pressure naturally. Another natural cure is tilapia. Tilapia is a nutrient rich fish. It contains high amounts of potassium ... Oct 4, 2017 - Lifestyle changes can help you control and prevent high blood pressure, even if you're taking blood pressure medication. Nov 14, 2017 - Home remedies to treat low blood pressure: Drink enough water, salt and caffeine intake, have small amount of meals, use compression stocking, and take rest. ... 1 If blood pressure dips too low, it can reduce the amount of blood that flows to your brain and other organs. This can lead to symptoms like ... Feb 23, 2018 - Get the scoop on ways to lower blood pressure naturally, such as garlic, green tea, hibiscus tea, cocoa, fish oil, and dietary fiber. Nov 29, 2017 - About 140/90 mm Hg or above is considered as high blood pressure level. You can solve this health disease by taking helps of natural ingredients which are available in your kitchen or supermarkets. Here we are suggesting some important home remedies that will help you to control your blood pressure in ... Dec 28, 2017 - Lower blood pressure naturally and quickly with 13 home remedies to go from high blood pressure to low blood pressure. In addition to this, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that just 52% of those who do suffer from high pressure control it. These troubling statistics alone are enough to spark your interest for home remedies for high blood pressure if you have this condition. Even though it is not recommended that you rely ... Jan 4, 2015 - If you think frequent headaches, anxiety, shortness of breath or feeling dizzy are common symptoms of high blood pressure or hypertension, then you are wrong. Hypertension is basically a symptomless condition. This factor makes it quite dangerous to rely only on symptomatic diagnosis of high blood ... Instead of trying medication, why not give home remedies a try to lower your blood pressure? Read the Buzzle article to find out what exactly that requires to be done. Nov 14, 2017 - That change means about 14% more U.S. adults have high blood pressure than previously thought–and are now likely wondering how to lower their blood pressure. High blood ... With your doctor's okay, give these home remedies for high blood pressure a try and see if they work for you. Advertisement. Hypertension can be treated by living a healthy lifestyle. Here are our 9 natural home remedies that can help you. Feb 9, 2016 - High blood pressure can damage your heart, blood vessels, kidney, and more. Try these natural ways to lower your blood pressure and/or prevent hypertension. Aug 14, 2017 - With so many proven uses, from cleaning the bathroom sink to creating a gourmet meal, vinegar may also be used as a home remedy for high blood ... While consuming vinegar alone may help to reduce high blood pressure, avoiding foods high in cholesterol like eggs, bacon, ham, butter, cheese, ice ... Oct 4, 2017 - Lifestyle changes can help you control and prevent high blood pressure, even if you're taking blood pressure medication. If you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, you may be worried about taking the medication to lower your blood pressure. home remedies for high blood pressure Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the most common health disorders which affect more than 50 million people in the US alone. In this article we will discuss some best natural home remedies and cures to lower and
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COMPRESSION STOCKINGS- How to keep them up !!
Stockings may increase circulation problems if not worn properly. Diabetic patients are at particular risk of ischemia from improperly worn stockings. 1.)What I want you to understand is that you are wearing compression stockings for a serious purpose-you have vascular insufficiency. 2.) If you are diabetic you are especially prone to vascular complications 3.) Everything can be made better if you allow your stocking to properly do it's job. Let me preface by saying that I already assume you have been prescribed the correct compression rating. That is also important. There are two basic types of full length compression stkgs. 1) Panty hose, 2) Thigh high They each have their place. There are many brands and different qualities of stockings. They fall into two broad categories: 1) those for post op recovery 1-3months maximum.- the less expensive stockings 2) Those for long term use. Most expensive, e.g. Sigvaris 500 rubber series. I use the 503T series with no silicone beads and open toe. I order the shorter of the two sizes listed for my leg size. Over time they will stretch up to 6". These stocking run about $120 from Ames dot com. up to $160 or more from 'other' companies. My medicare reimburses me about $31 on each pair. Known as the "Gold" standard in the industry, Sigvaris stockings are built tough. And the best thing is that if you are wearing them with shorts for jogging nobody will mistake you for something else. One look and passerby's will be saying "he probably was injured in the military" and they may salute you. Others will think you are a "medical problem" and they will feel deep sympathy for you. Wear them with honor. For women with sensitive skin the garter belt method may be best. For men use the glue method. Glue will keep the stocking in place all day and accommodate constant movements without failing. The glue is a naturally derived compound. Some people may be allergic to it so test it twice before you decide. A standard 2oz bottle will last about 1-2 months. I pay under $6 per bottle by the dozen. ADVANTAGES: Easy to apply/water washable/Effective DISADVANTAGES: The glue may damage lower quality stockings/ possible skin irritation If you wear stockings properly you will get a noticeable improvement in your circulation.
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How to Lower Blood Pressure Fast - And Naturally - Soaking Feet In Warm Water
http://bpgolow.com/Virginia-Sturm-30-Ways-Naturally-Lower-BP How to Lower Blood Pressure Fast with feet soaking, breathing and meditation. That's what this video is all about. They say high BP is a silent killer. But you can feel it when your BP is dangerously high. It's an unpleasant feeling. That something isn't quite right. That something is seriously off. Perhaps a slight headache, or a ringing in your ears? And you're mentally foggier, perhaps more anxious. You're breathing probably gets heavier. So it's not quite silent. It whispers to you. This feeling doesn't happen too often, but when it does, I pull out all the stops to bring my BP down. Feet soaking worked for me a few months ago. But one YouTube subscriber commented he tried it, and it failed. And it failed for me too when I tried it just recently. Use a larger volume of water to hold the temperature warm! That was my takeaway lesson. Also, focusing on the breath helps tremendously. Slow the breathing down and extend the outbreath. The outbreath is the vehicle for calming you down. I made this video so you have an option in knowing how to lower blood pressure fast and naturally.
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Compression Hose | Pittsburgh, PA – McArdle Surgical
Compression hose can help manage swelling in your limbs caused by hypertension, blood clots, high cholesterol, diabetes, or varicose veins: http://mcardlesurgical.com/ About McArdle Surgical: Maintain your independence with state-of-the-art mobility products and home care equipment from McArdle Surgical. From stair lifts and lift chairs to bathing aids and more, we have everything you need to make your home more accessible. We even offer a 10% discount for doctors, nurses and clergy! For more information, call 412-821-9000 or visit http://mcardlesurgical.com/. Connect with us: FACEBOOK – Like McArdle Surgical: https://www.facebook.com/McardleSurgical/ TWITTER -- Follow McArdle Surgical: https://twitter.com/SurgicalMcardle GOOGLE + -- Add McArdle Surgical to your circles: https://plus.google.com/108762355487207531545/about --- Compression Hose | Pittsburgh, PA – McArdle Surgical https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4Dvcw7FnCRLDqxTfRkw2bg
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Compression socks for women review! Best for Running, Nursing, Travel, Dance, Recovery and Pregnancy
You can buy Compression Socks S-HUBme at https://goo.gl/mDd4Oz What promo code? Click the link http://shop.s-hub.me/ #CompressionSocks for sport’s activity and motion – other side of your workouts. Lovers of stretching, yoga, jogging, cycling and other fitness joys perfectly know how hard muscles are working, bones, joints, ligaments legs in the gym. #Compression - the perfect companion of the wellness lifestyle. Compression socks are specifically designed to preserve and even improve the health of the lower extremities. Addicted to sports achievements are simply forced to put up with this pleasant side effect! Compression socks (stockings, socks) - orthopedic devices which provides distribution of skin pressure. The main task is to regulate blood flow circulation. It delivers massage effect when wearing such clothes and makes the legs do not get tired during the training. What are the benefits of the compression socks for sport activities and health. Socks are very functional despite the simplicity of this sport's accessory: • fix the position of the foot and lower leg; • protect the Achilles tendon; • create a sense of comfortable shoes; • increase the flow of oxygen to the muscles; • support the calf muscles; Compression socks helps you to get rid of pain before and after workouts, you do not attend delayed onset muscle soreness; you almost do not fear injury. Compression underwear is useful for health and beauty, due to: • prevention of varicose veins; • relief of swelling, cramps, heaviness in the legs; • opportunity to forget about troubles such as blisters, corns. Socks are three levels of compression (1, 2 and 3). To prevent diseases and sport motion enough to wear underwear class 1 (15-20 mmhg). Those who are in need of restoration, manufacturers recommend recovery line ( "restoring equipment"). How to choose a cool compression socks?! Good compression socks have anatomical binding, soft solid rubber band, flat seams. They are made from quality breathable materials and latex free. Some models improved a mesh zones for ventilation. The special fabric resistant to various influences: washing, friction, stretching. The composition of the synthetic fabric ranging from up to almost natural. Traditionally, manufacturers use: • Nylon, poliester, elastane (spandex), CoolMax, silicone, etc. - as the dominant material, or as an extra to the cotton. Products made of synthetic fabrics are recommended for intensive sport. • Cotton wool - as a basis. Socks with natural fibers - a godsend for people with sensitive skin. Some brands are added to the cloth silver thread it helps to eliminate odours. The height of the sock depends on your future physical loadings: • If you are running a competition, marathon, wear socks to the ankle or with a little tie-in. • For regular workouts you need a model for 2-3 cm overlapping ankle or reach the middle of the soleus muscle. • Socks for prolonged exercise protects the leg to mid-calf or knee. Such brands as PUMA, 2XU, SKINS, CEP, COMPRESSPORT, ASICS, NIKE, S-HUBme and others are on the particular demand among the experienced sportsmen. ... At the end, compression socks are just beautiful! This is a stylish sports accessory with different twists or "mimicry" as a classic for those who are in need of constant wearing orthopedic underwear. Do you want to develop body flexibility? Please, subscribe to the channel https://goo.gl/WzF8lA Individual program https://goo.gl/5LwKa8 Blog http://s-hub.me
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Home remedies for swollen feet - 10 Natural Remedies For Swollen Feet And Ankles
10 Natural Remedies for Swollen Feet and Ankles Are you coping with swelling? Check out some of these natural solutions to help relieve swollen feet and ankles! Swelling in your feet and ankles is called edema, and there are a lot of things that can cause the problem, from high blood pressure to pregnancy. What’s happening is your body is having trouble fighting gravity to move blood and fluids back up your legs, so your ankles, feet, and even your legs can begin to swell. 1. Try a magnesium supplement Magnesium deficiency can contribute to edema, and taking a supplement can help give you some relief. Most of the recommendations I’ve seen are for 200mg twice a day, but if you’re pregnant you’ll want to talk to your doctor about that first. The RDA for magnesium is 350mg per day, and your doctor might not want you taking an extra 400mg, since you’re also probably getting magnesium in your prenatal vitamin and your diet. At six months pregnant, I started taking 250mg of magnesium in the evenings, and the difference in my swelling was dramatic without changing anything else. 2. Do a Little Yoga Exercise can help improve your circulation, and yoga is a great way to get moving and really focus on that circulatory system. Check out these yoga poses to improve circulation to get you going! Of course, you’ll want to talk to your doctor before starting up with yoga, especially if you haven’t been doing it before. If you’re totally new to yoga, I highly recommend taking a class. A yoga instructor can not only help you overcome any hesitations you have about yoga, but she or he will make sure you are doing the poses properly and might even be able to suggest additional postures to help with your edema! Once you have a swing of how the poses feel, you can practice at home. 3. Soak in Tonic Water This one might sound a little odd, but soaking in room temperature – or cold, if it’s not too uncomfortable – tonic water can help with swelling. The quinine and the bubbles can help reduce inflammation, and frankly just soaking your poor, swollen feet feels great! 4. Grab Some Grapefruit Essential Oil A warm bath can also help with swelling, and you can give that water a boost with a few drops of grapefruit essential oil! You can also just fill a bucket with nice, warm water to soak in. If baths aren’t your thing, you can also mix a few drops of grapefruit oil with a carrier oil like olive or sweet almond oil and give yourself a little foot and leg massage. As you rub your feet, ankles, and calves, focus your pressure upward, rather than downward or in a circular motion. 5. Do a Salt Water Soak Adding a healthy dose of Epsom salts to the tub is another way to boost that bath. Like the grapefruit oil, you can also just use a bucket, if you’re only having swelling in your feet and ankles. If your calves are swollen, too, a bath is probably your best bet. Epsom salts are like magic for swelling. Even before I was pregnant, I took occasional salt baths after super long runs to help my muscles relax. 6. Treat Yourself to a Massage A massage therapist can do wonders for swollen feet and ankles! Don’t be shy about mentioning the problem when you get to your appointment, so she or he can focus on getting things moving in your lower extremities. If you are pregnant, I’d recommending finding a therapist who specializes in prenatal massage. A prenatal massage therapist will be much more knowledgeable about how to make you comfortable. Seriously, I have never had so many pillows around me in my life, but all of that really does help make it a more beneficial experience. 7. Get Some Support Hose Support hose or compression gear can prevent swelling, especially from being on your feet. You can find compression socks that come knee- or thigh-high or full-on compression stockings. These suckers are hard to get on, because they’re meant to be pretty tight on your legs, but they can really make a difference. I have read a lot of great experiences with compression socks, but I’ve found that they start out feeling amazing, and after about four hours they start to make my feet cramp. You can find footless compression stockings, so if you experience the same problem, that might be a good solution for you. 8. Elevate Those Feet Gravity is not your friend when it comes to edema, so elevate your feet every chance you get! When you’re relaxing in the evening, prop your legs up on some pillows. Ideally, you want your feet above your heart. Take THAT, gravity! If you work a day job, try to find a way to prop your feet up under your desk. Even elevating a bit can make a big difference in your swelling as the day goes on. 9. Make a Splash Swimming or even floating in water can help with swollen feet and ankles. The pressure from the water can help get things moving in your legs, and floating gives your circulatory system a break from gravity’s constant pull. If you don’t have a pool, check out local gyms to see what they offer.
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Compression Socks by Groove Socks: Do Compression Socks Really Work?
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Why You Need Compression Socks | Kintec: Footwear + Orthotics
Compression socks have been used since the 1950s to provide relief for tired, achy legs and to treat more serious conditions such as chronic venous insufficiency, deep vein thrombosis, and blood clots. Today, compression socks have a variety of benefits for people who work long hours on their feet, travel often, or sit for extended periods of time. There is also evidence that compression socks can help with athletic performance and recovery. To understand how compression socks help, one must first understand the circulatory system. Like anything, blood has a hard time fighting gravity, so getting blood back to the heart from the feet and legs poses a challenge. The body’s answer to this is the calf muscle pump and the valve system within the veins. The calf muscle expands and contracts as one walks or runs. This expansion and contraction acts to shunt the blood up towards the heart. The veins have a series of valves that will open and close. As blood is shunted up to the heart, the valves will close behind to prevent the blood from backtracking (venous reflux). Varicose veins are a breakdown of this system. Varicose veins can become quite painful. Many people also find them unsightly. One of the common treatments for varicose veins and venous insufficiency is compression therapy. Compression therapy can be used all over the body, but in this case, we are looking specifically at the foot and lower leg, or right up into the thigh. Compression socks can be knee-high, thigh-high, full pantyhose or maternity pantyhose. Compression is graduated, meaning there is higher pressure at the ankle that becomes gradually less at the knee and up into the thigh. If you sit or stand for long periods of time, you can be at risk of developing varicose veins. Historically, compression socks have been advised for long-haul flights but are now being recommended for any long periods of inactivity. Even athletes are starting to wear compression socks or sleeves because of the suggested benefits to performance. The suggested benefits of compression socks for athletes include increased oxygen delivery, decreased lactic acid, prevention of cramps, and a reduction of muscle fatigue If you have any questions regarding compression socks, either for athletics or for medical conditions, please come into one of our Kintec locations or speak with your doctor. @KintecFootwear www.kintec.net
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