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A graduated compression sock means that the pressure of the sock is strongest at the ankle and gradually decreases as it goes up the leg. This design promotes better circulation by assisting the blood flow from the feet to the heart, reducing swelling, and preventing blood clots.

Yes, anyone can wear diabetic socks, regardless of whether they have diabetes or not. Diabetic socks are designed to promote healthy blood flow, reduce the risk of foot injuries, and provide comfort and protection for the feet. Many people just find them more comfortable than regular socks and wear them for that reason.

Diabetic socks do not provide compression, as they have a loose-fit design to provide extra comfort. They also have added cushioning and protection for the soles of the feet. Compression socks, on the other hand, are designed to apply pressure to the legs and feet to improve blood flow and prevent swelling.


Grip socks can usually be washed in a washing machine. However, do check the care instructions on the label or packaging to ensure your particular model is machine washable. It is recommended to avoid using fabric softeners or bleach, and to hang the grip socks to air dry.


Diabetic socks are designed to help people with diabetes and neuropathy prevent foot injuries and sores. Compression socks are designed to improve circulation and reduce swelling in the legs. We recommend you consult a healthcare professional if you are unsure of which type of socks is best for your specific situation.


Compression socks can help reduce symptoms of varicose veins by improving blood flow and reducing swelling. They work by applying pressure to the legs and ankles, which helps the veins to return blood back to the heart. They are typically worn during the day and removed at night, and can be purchased over-the-counter, online or prescribed by a doctor.

Yes, anyone can wear diabetic socks, even if they do not have diabetes. Diabetic socks are beneficial for promoting healthy blood circulation, reducing the likelihood of foot injuries, and providing overall comfort and protection for the feet.


Compression socks should feel snug but not uncomfortable. They should apply gentle pressure to the legs to improve circulation, but should not be so tight that they cause discomfort or restrict movement. It is important to choose the correct size and level of compression for your needs.

Yes, compression socks can be worn on a long-haul flight to help prevent swelling and improve circulation. Sitting for long periods of time can increase the risk of blood clots and deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and wearing compression socks can help to reduce this risk.

Compression socks may be beneficial for people with diabetes who experience swelling in their legs or feet. However, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before using compression socks to ensure they are safe and appropriate for your individual needs.