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Mild 8-15 mmHg Compression Stockings

BrightLife Direct offers a large selection of 8-15 mmHg compression socks, stockings, and pantyhose, including products from all of the leading brands like Jobst, Juzo, Therafirm, Allegro and many more. 8-15 mmHg, commonly referred to as mild compression, is the lightest form of graduated compression stockings. Many people wear 8-15 mmHg graduated compression stockings in order to maintain good leg health as well as energize their legs throughout the day.

Just about everyone can benefit from the effects of 8-15 mmHg compression stockings. If you’re looking for a pair, BrightLife Direct offers 8-15 mmHg knee-highs, thigh-highs, and waist-highs. Just use the options below to find the perfect compression socks for you.

Mild compression socks gently enhance blood circulation in order to minimize and control swelling in the feet, ankles, and legs. 8-15 mmHg compression socks also increase oxygen flow in the blood to help relieve tired and achy legs, which means they’re great for people who experience fatigue and swelling from sitting or standing for long periods of time.

This level of compression can also help provide relief from the painful symptoms caused by spider and varicose veins. Mild compression can even help prevent spider and varicose veins from forming below the surface of the skin.

8-15 mmHg compression socks are great for those who have been diagnosed with diabetes, too. Diabetes can damage nerves and restrict blood flow to the feet, which makes someone with the disease more prone to ulcers and foot injuries. Compression socks help protect your feet so you can avoid those serious foot injuries.

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