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    Women’s Health and Fitness Day

    Women’s Health and Fitness Day

    Every last Wednesday in September we mark the health and well-being of women. National Women’s Health and Fitness day is the largest annual event covering this topic. With many activities spread across the United States, women have plenty of reminders and chances to check up on their health and learn something new.

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    Restless legs awareness day

    Restless legs awareness day

    Restless legs awareness day 2020 falls on 23rd of September. Restless legs syndrome is a problem in the nervous system characterized by the uncontrollable urge to move legs. This syndrome creates an unpleasant feeling in the legs resulting in an irresistible urge to move. Compression socks can help relieve symptoms of restless legs, reduce ache and uncomfortable sensations. 

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    National Eczema Week

    National Eczema Week

    National Eczema Week 2020 is from 13th to 19th of September. Eczema week encourages people struggling with eczema to share their experiences, and talk openly about their condition. This week is meant to spread knowledge about eczema, and erase prejudice about this, and other similar skin conditions.

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    How long should you wear compression socks after surgery?

    How long should you wear compression socks after surgery?

    After surgery, compression socks help quicker healing, reduce the chances of infection, reduce swelling, and help scars heal better and smoother. The recommended period for wearing compression socks differs from surgery to surgery, but usually it is between 2 and 8 weeks after the procedure.

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    Psoriasis Awareness Month

    Psoriasis Awareness Month

    Psoriasis is an important subject that we need to address. Over 125 million people in the world suffer from psoriasis, and there is yet many myths and misunderstanding around it. Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease that occurs when a person is affected by the overproduction of skin cells.

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