Compression Clothing Explained
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF COMPRESSION CLOTHING?
We all know how legs can feel heavy and swell up during and after exercise. This is the result
of the excess load on venous valves that carry blood to the heart.
When using compression products, the valves can close more efficiently and allow better blood flow to the heart. Compression socks increase pressure in the leg tissue enhancing blood and lymph circulation.
Zero Point Socks and Sleeves use Graduated compression the strongest compression is around the ankle and decreases gradually toward the top.
The elasticity and compression levels are always designed for a specific use.
Top-grade materials and exact details make the socks uniquely functional and usable.
BENEFITS OF COMPRESSION FOR YOUR PERFORMANCE,
RECOVERY AND SPORTS INJURY PREVENTION
Compression affects the deep lymphatic system by creating external mechanical pressure. This provides a better flow in the system and helps speed your metabolism. Metabolic waste is removed and your muscles receive more oxygen – the end result is better performance and speedier recovery.
ZEROPOINT COMPRESSION BENEFITS DURING EXERCISE:
• carries more oxygen to muscles
• removes metabolic waste
• supports muscle
• prevents swelling
• improves sense of movement and kinesthesia
ZEROPOINT COMPRESSION BENEFITS FOR RECOVERY:
• More efficient metabolism helps your system regain its balance faster after exercise
ZEROPOINT COMPRESSION HELPS PREVENT INJURIES:
• muscle cramps
• shin splints
• Achilles tendon inflammation
• ankle problems
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPRESSION HAS BEEN CLINICALLY PROVEN TO HAVE MANY USES BESIDES SPORTS AND EXERCISE
AT WORK – LEISURE:
We all have experienced the feeling of our feet swelling after sitting or standing for long periods of time at work, or when flying or driving. The normal fluid circulation is being hindered and result is swelling. ZEROPOINT compression socks are the answer, they prevent the swelling and feeling of tiredness.
Lymphatic problems and swelling • varicose problems during and after pregnancy • varicose veins • varicose ulcers • thrombosis • strokes • orthostatic hypotension • wheelchair users • diabetes • recovery from bypass operation • treatment of thigh fracture • growing pains