Portland, OR, March 08, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The popular blog socksaholic.com recently published an interesting article about how nurses need good quality compression socks to help them do their work without risking circulation-related problems. Run by Adam and Jill, a husband-and-wife team of writers and sock enthusiasts, the blog is all about socks as the name might suggest. Their six-year hobby has led them to a point where their opinions on the matter carry some weight, which is why it's quite the accolade for them to name SocksLane one of the best compression socks for nurses in 2019.
Amanda and Dave Dixon's SocksLane company has prided itself on quality offerings and customer satisfaction for all of its history, because of their central belief that "everyone deserves products that solve real problems and add value to our lives."
They have developed their fast-growing company around that core philosophy, providing these products that solve problems and add value while keeping things natural and comfortable. It is quite encouraging for user and reader response to be so positive, as can be seen in the company's 1000+ reviews on Amazon.com, where their products are sold.
Socksaholic's blog entry focuses on the fact that nurses have to contend with long, exhausting working periods of up to 12 hours a day, with long periods of sitting, walking or standing. This creates a need for quality compression socks, because those long and repetitive actions can result in blood pooling in the veins in the legs due to a "venous insufficiency" that gets created in such cases.
Good compression socks can help reduce fatigue and soreness, prevent further varicose and spider veins, and overall provide ease and comfort. This is made possible through a breathable, anti-allergic 65/35 blend of combed cotton and hypoallergenic fibers, medical grade 15/20mmHg compression, and a consistent company drive to produce quality product.
Nurses or anyone who wants to give them a hand can get SocksLane products via the company website, www.sockslane.com, or on Amazon at Amazon.com/dp/B01MRKD0PQ