How Compression Socks Help with Yoga
Yoga invigorates the mind and body so effectively, largely because it increases circulation throughout the brain, organs, skeletal system and musculature. Circulation is imperative for regulating blood pressure, maintaining proper body temperature, flushing away cholesterol, battling diabetes and much more.
This blog post describes what Dr. Motion compression socks are, how exciting and fashionable they are, and why they are the best socks for Yoga sessions. They help you Step into Wellness every day, with style.
Fast Facts about Yoga
- Yoga is not a religion although it can deepen religious experiences if you’re interested.
- Yoga originated in northern India more than five thousand years ago.
- Yoga is not just a form of exercise, it is a way of living life all the time.
- Yoga is a major school of philosophy in Hinduism and Buddhism but can be used by all.
Yoga is one of the most accessible and beneficial forms of exercise and can be enjoyed by everyone equally. It safely positions your body to increase blood flow to vital organs while healthily stressing bones and connective tissues. Everyone can do Yoga, no matter how old or physically fit they are!
Yoga is a gentle form of exercise, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t an intense workout. It can be as intense as you do it, but you always begin slowly and let your body acclimate to all of the great benefits.
Benefits of stretching in Yoga
The Mayo Clinic reports various benefits of stretching, which is a core element of Yoga. Some of those benefits include:
- Compression & decompression of blood veins
- Increase joint flexibility & range of motion
- Improve athletic performance
- Better overall circulation
- Decrease risk of injury
Regular Yoga practice will add depth and meaning to your life. It is a powerful way of living, not just a form of exercise. However, as a form of exercise, its benefits are very difficult to equal. Scientific research supports the many health benefits of Yoga and increased circulation, which is exactly why Dr. Motion socks are the ideal companion to your next yoga session.
Benefits of Dr. Motion Compression Socks
You can wear Dr. Motion socks whenever you choose. They’re comfortable, affordable and very fashionable, available in a variety of colors and patterns.
Some of the benefits you may see after wearing Dr. Motion compression socks and gradual compression socks include:
- Reducing numbness in the feet
- Keeping feet and ankles warmer
- Preventing and healing varicose veins
- Reducing muscle cramps in the feet and ankles
- Reducing pain and soreness in the feet and legs
How Graduated Compression Socks Enhance Circulation
Many of us, especially those who sit for long daily hours, have circulatory problems we are not even aware of. All that sitting prevents us from circulating our blood efficiently.
Add in poorly designed socks, made from substandard material, that restricts blood flow to and from the feet and ankles, and you have just made a bad thing worse.
Dr. Motion offers an array of attractive, fun and fashionable compression socks for everyone and every occasion. You don’t have to just wear them to yoga class! We make every pair of compression socks from durable, breathable fabric for easy wearing. We offer affordable, high-quality:
- Compression ankle liner socks
- Graduated compression tights (with control top)
- Comfort top socks (that are suitable for diabetics)
- Compression quarter top socks (with ankle support)
Dr. Motion provides graduated compression socks with different areas of compression - ranging from most compression in the foot and then lessening compression as the sock travels up the leg. Our patented designs for Yoga practitioners encourage blood flow and help feet, toes and legs to feel so much better!
- Circulation is integral to health and happiness
- Yoga poses twist and stretch the body to enhance circulation
- Dr. Motion graduated compression socks help to increase circulation
- Dr. Motion compression socks and Yoga work well together to enhance circulation
Visit our website and shop for the best socks for yoga exercises.
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