FlightSock.com AntiDVT Flight Socks
Thousands Now Prevent DVT Who Never Thought They Could . With The 10 Highest Risk Categories Shown Below
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Our exclusive and completely reusable Flight Socks product. Unisex flight socks use a clinically proven graduated compression system to improve blood flow. Flight Socks can help to prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), swollen ankles, tired aching legs and aid circulation.
Previously sold as the Travelwise Veinguard brands, we have now developed our own brand range from the same factory and to exactly the same BS 7563:1999 standards – FlightSocks.info
Sitting still for long periods of time, be it on an airline flight, a train journey, or even sitting in front of a computer, could also increase your risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
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For many years this condition has been known to doctors and until recently it was believed that it only affected people of advanced years. It has now been proven that it can occur at any age regardless of physical fitness. Travelling on long distance flights, trains or coaches and sitting in cramped conditions put people at risk.
Regular flyers on low cost flights are also advised to wear Flight Socks, due to the more cramped conditions employed by these airlines.
Wearing compression socks like “FlightSocks.info” Flight Travel socks can help in the prevention of D.V.T.
FLIGHT SOCKS provide a graduated compression and are a medically approved aid for the prevention of D eep V ein T hrombosis on long-haul flights. Information is included throughout this website on how to reduce the risk of developing D.V.T. when flying.
People most at risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis – D.V.T’s
There is growing evidence that passengers on long-haul flights are at increased risk from developing potentially life-threatening deep vein thrombosis – DVT (blood clots). Muscles and joints that become physically bored will feel tired, stiff and even ache due to inactivity. Sitting still for hours can also cause poor circulation, and when the circulation of blood through your arteries and veins slows down, muscles feel weaker and tired.
Everyone is at risk, including those with no previous history of leg swelling (oedema). However, those at highest risk are:
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