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You may notice that at the end of a double, or even a regular shift that your feet are aching, and your ankles are swollen. Have you tried adding compression socks to your must-haves for work? Nurses report wearing compression socks 3+ times a week to keep the pep in their step – so continue reading if you want to know how they can benefit you!
If you have ever worked in the foodservice industry, you know that line of work requires long (sometimes grueling) hours on your feet on a regular basis. The long-term effects of being on your feet for too long could potentially be harmful to your body. Our legs and feet carry the weight of our day—which is why it’s important to have the best compression socks for restaurant workers working for YOU!
Some of the symptoms you may experience while or after being on your feet for too long include heel pain, lower back pain, swollen ankles, varicose veins, sore calves, and shin splints. Many of these problems can be relieved (or prevented!) with the best compression socks for the workplace.
Compression socks squeeze your legs gently and steadily which helps increase blood circulation. They also reduce the risk of blood clots and the swelling in your legs and feet, as well as relieving the fatigue you experience after a long day at work.
At Go2, we offer a variety or colors, patterns, and compression levels so you can pick the right pair to coordinate with you dress code at work. If you are new to wearing compression socks, or just need a little extra help with circulation during your workday – we recommend our Medium compression line (and our Team line for our sports enthusiasts!)
You may want to wear a pair from our sport line with 20-30 mmHG if you know you will be working a longer shift than usual.
We have many Go2 fans that chefs, servers, bar tenders, food servers, and so many more that hold positions in the hospitality industry. Let us know what you do, and how our compression socks help you!
In addition those in the hospitality and medical industries- we also have surveyed our fans to find that runners, hikers, police officers, mountain climbers, firefighters, and cyclists wear compression garments and stockings to enhance their performance.
So #SpiceUpYourSocksLife and add your favorite pair (or five) to your cart! Please reach out to us with any questions or comments.