After a long flight, it's common to experience tired, swollen legs. Compression stockings can help speed up your post-flight recovery. Here's how to use them effectively.

Step 1: Keep Them On

After your flight, keep your compression stockings on for at least 2 to 3 hours. This will help to improve blood flow and reduce swelling.

Step 2: Elevate Your Legs

If possible, try to elevate your legs. This can help to reduce swelling and improve blood flow.

Step 3: Stay Hydrated

Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Dehydration can exacerbate swelling and discomfort.

Step 4: Move Around

Try to move around as much as possible after your flight. Walking can help to improve blood flow and speed up recovery.

Step 5: Care for Your Stockings

After use, wash your compression stockings according to the care instructions. This will help to maintain their elasticity and ensure they provide the right amount of compression. You can find care instructions for our compression socks and stockings on our website.

Remember, while compression stockings can help with post-flight recovery, they're not a substitute for medical advice. If you have severe or persistent leg pain after a flight, seek medical attention.