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30-40 mmHg Compression Stockings

30-40 mmHg compression socks, also known as Class II compression, are used to treat a variety of moderate to severe medical conditions including edema, lymphedema, venous stasis ulcers, deep vein thrombosis and venous insufficiency. This compression level should only be worn when prescribed by your doctor or health care provider. BrightLife Direct has plenty of styles and lengths available so that you can find the perfect match. Just narrow down our selection of 30-40 mmHg support stockings below.

Doctors recommend 30-40 mmHg compression stockings for chronic venous insufficiency. This takes place when valves in the veins become damaged, which can lead to blood pooling in the legs. Pooled blood can cause swelling, aching, pain and even skin damage or ulcers. 30-40 mmHg compression socks will increase circulation and provide relief from painful symptoms.

You can also use extra firm compression stockings to treat other leg health issues such as severe varicose veins, severe edema, lymphedema, venous ulcerations and insufficiency, as well as preventing deep vein thrombosis and post-thrombotic syndrome.

Our selection of Class II compression socks includes a wide variety of styles, including open or closed toe options and regular and petite lengths for both men and women. Plus, many knee-high styles have a silicone top band to prevent the sock from rolling and ensure comfort that lasts all day. You can maintain blood circulation and promote your leg health when you wear 30-40 mmHg compression socks.

30-40 mmHg compression stockings should only be worn when specifically prescribed by your doctor or health care provider. Ask your doctor if this level would help your condition before making your purchase.