Poor circulation is a common problem for many people, athletes included. Just because one does regular exercise is no guarantee that their circulation will always be in top shape. When circulation isn’t optimum, the heart has to work harder to get blood to all areas of the body, and for athletes who are already putting stress on their heart, this can become a major problem.
Cold legs and arms, chest pain, weakness in the legs, erectile dysfunction, leg pains and more can all come from poor circulation. For many athletes, this can put an end to their competitive spirit. Fortunately there is a simple and inexpensive solution which involves no medication and no surgery.
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How Do Compression Socks Work?
Compression socks are longer, tighter socks specifically designed to exert pressure on the legs. This added pressure, namely in the feet, ankles and lower legs, forces the blood vessels to constrict a bit. The smaller pathway for blood increases the speed and pressure of blood flow in these areas promoting better circulation. Blood that normally tends to pool in the lower legs and feet will be forced back to the heart and then to the rest of the body.
Many athletes have reported better endurance and reduced soreness after using compression socks. No matter what the sport, if you are on your feet, compression socks may be able to assist not only your health, but also your performance.
As chiropractors are always looking for new ways to help their patients without the use of medication or surgery, compression socks and chiropractic therapy go hand in hand. If you are experiencing pain or tiredness in the legs, it may be time to consult your chiropractor and ask about the benefit of compression socks Toronto. It may be just the solution you have been looking for.
Where Can I Buy Compression Socks Toronto
Call our office on (416) 479-8311 and speak with Dr. Kris Dorken for more information on how compression socks can help you. We are conveniently located close to St. Clair West subway station in Toronto.
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