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Wear These Socks To Sleep And Watch What Happens Overnight

Wear These Socks To Sleep And Watch What Happens Overnight

Reports of a strange trend have been making waves in certain online circles with a reported million Americans taking part.

Millions of Americans suffering from foot issues such as plantar fasciitis, neuropathy, swollen legs and feet, and aching soles have turned to an unlikely hero. Folks have described this trendy new lifehack as,

“The only method that actually helped heal my plantar fasciitis”


“Weird, but effective at dealing with swollen and painful feet.”

So what exactly is going on?

Millions of Americans have suddenly decided to wear socks to sleep…

But there’s a twist.

If it were just ‘regular’ socks, then this story would end right here.

No, the secret to this new lifehack is a uniquely formulated pair of socks designed to combat all kinds of foot pain and swollen feet.

If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, lead an athletic lifestyle, are seeking to lose weight, or are an elderly, this just might be the most important thing you read today.

These new socks utilize a freshly patented military and medical-grade compression technology that has never before been available for consumers.

Thanks to this new technology called “Omni-compression”, people from all walks of life– young or old, male or female, active or inactive– have been given a second wind to start living their lives again.

They’ve said goodbye to plantar fasciitis, frequent foot pains, unbearably itchy and swollen ankles, weak arches, and swollen feets.

So what’s the secret sauce?

At its core, it’s all thanks to the patented “omni-compression” technology.

This previously military-exclusive technology promotes increased blood flow and circulation that results in de-oxygenated blood cells and toxins being carried away, while bringing in new, healthy blood back into the foot.


You’ll get reduced swelling in the feet and a whopping 6x increase in your body’s natural healing process.

People with plantar fasciitis, athletes, and folks with feet pain have been wearing it while they sleep, and say they’ve been waking up to no pain at all.

Why is this new lifehack so popular?

Well, these compression socks and its omni-compression technology isn’t BRAND NEW, strictly speaking.

For years, this technology has been in use by the military.

After hours of training, field exercises, and actual field operations… Soldiers would wear these socks before going to sleep, promoting recovery in their legs and feet.

This technology eventually made its way to hospitals, playing a crucial role in helping patients recover from surgeries while also treating bedridden patients.

But the reason why this technology has never seen wide civilian-adoption is because compression technology of this magnitude has historically been extremely expensive to manufacture… that is, until now.

After investing millions of dollars on research and development, a company made breakthrough discoveries to drastically bring down the cost of production.

And thanks to them, their revolutionary sock is now powered by the latest military and medical-grade compression technology and have finally been made available to the public.

But that’s not all

One of the main reasons why these compression socks blew up so much is thanks to ONE simple feature:

Since you really only need to wear these compression socks at night, they don’t impede your everyday life.

They’ll get your feet feeling like new for the next day, and it’s basically like giving your feet a continuous massage all throughout the sleeping hours.

It uses an easy-breathe material so that your feet won’t overheat and also has an opening for your toes, ensuring that you won’t wake up in the middle of the night due to hot feet.

You also won’t have to deal with sweat build-up and messy clean-ups.

The massaging sensation, similar to that of a foot massage, has the added benefit of helping you fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer, and get better quality sleep.


Here are just a few ways people are turning compression socks into their own life hacks…

Life Hack #1: A Prenatal Dream For Swollen Feet

Jenna K, a 29 year old woman, was 6 months pregnant with her first child when she started getting swelling in the legs.

“It hurt. A lot. My legs just felt really heavy all the time and they had ballooned up to a ridiculous size. I looked online and many people also had the same problem. I saw a recommendation for these compression socks, so I bought a pair.”

The human body produces nearly 50% more body fluid when pregnant, so swelling ends up being a common condition that can lead to pain or discomfort.

Compression therapy can be used during pregnancy to prevent tension and heaviness in the legs.

In particular, wearing compression socks during pregnancy can help with discomfort and promote better blood circulation in the legs.

“I feel like it took a little while for these compression socks to REALLY kick in, but within the week, I was feeling much better. Maybe that just showed how crazy the swelling had gotten. I haven’t stopped using these compression socks, and I don’t plan to. The swelling and the pain was driving me bonkers!”
Life Hack #2: Best Travel Hack To Make Long Flights More Comfortable

“When you fly as much as I do, you pick up a few trips. My job doesn’t exactly pay for first class tickets, all expenses paid. I used to spend hours cramped in coach and I would slowly untangle myself before finally getting up. It sucked.”

Long flights and cramped spaces are a recipe for stiff muscles and swollen feet. It’s not so bad a few times, but if you’re a frequent flier, you’re bound to develop some sort of muscle-related issue.

“The biggest problem was finally landing and discovering that my ankles had swollen to twice the normal size. It would even hurt to walk to baggage claim.”

“So when I found these compression socks, I gave them a try. I’d put them on before getting on the plane, and I’d fall asleep like a baby. Then when I woke up, I’d saunter on out without any cramping, swelling, or aching. It’s absolutely the best.”
Life Hack #3: These "Diabetic Socks" Are Godsend For Neuropathy

Clarence T, a 56 year old man with diabetes, describes his experience with these compression socks to help treat his diabetic neuropathy.

“Diabetes runs in the family, and I don’t have a very healthy lifestyle, so I knew it was coming. It wasn’t that bad, but when my feet started hurting for no reason, I got spooked.”

Clarence went to his doctor and was diagnosed with neuropathy, a condition where his toes and feet would hurt due to nerve damage brought about by diabetes.

“And boy let me tell you, after a week, that pain was REALLY starting to hurt. I could barely walk, not that I wanted to. But my doctor gave me a pair of compression socks and told me to put them on before going to sleep.”

“Within a couple days, the pain had diminished significantly all throughout the day! And within a week, it was gone. I was blown away and pretty shocked at how well it all worked!”
Life Hack #4: A Sure-Fire Way To Make Plantar Fasciitis A Thing Of The Past

Glenn N, a 34 year old construction worker in Kentucky, suffers from a recurring pain in his soles and ankles.

“It was hard to even get around and I was almost fired from my job because I was slowing down too much and taking too many sick days.”

Desperate, Glenn visited a family physician who diagnosed him with plantar fasciitis.

“The doc also told me about these compression socks and how it was getting popular online. So I bought a pair and tried them that night. The next morning, I was feeling amazing!”

“And after a week, it felt like I was back to normal again. The plantar fasciitis was gone and I feel like I got my life back! No more pain, no more slow work, and no more sick days.”
Life Hack #5: Wear Them After Surgery Or Being Bedridden For Prolonged Periods Of Time

“We’ll often keep patients in these compression socks, of course they used to be called something different before. And we’ll prescribe it to those who might need physical therapy after being bedridden for long periods of time,” said Dr. Yates.

The chance of developing painful, dangerous blood clots in the legs goes up drastically after surgery, and it also goes up if you’re confined to your bed.

“These socks help prevent clots and can improve blood flow in the legs. This reduces the risk of clotting while you aren’t as active as usual.”
Life Hack #6: Say Goodbye To Vericose and Spider Veins

Vein-related problems are becoming one of the more common conditions affecting Americans today. About 40 percent of the US population may be affected by chronic venous insufficiency, a condition that can lead to more serious issues such as varicose veins.

An anonymous survey of online users who use these compression socks revealed that nearly 15% of users suffer from Chronic Venous Insufficiency. Surveyed users have said,

“I use these compression socks to help with my spider veins. Before I started using it, standing on my feet all day would result in my legs starting to feel really heavy and my ankles swell up like crazy. Of course, I don’t have that problem anymore.”

“My doctor said I had chronic venous insufficiency, which is why I get varicose veins so often when I run. He recommended these compression socks and they’ve been great. Unexpectedly, they’ve also made night cramps go away, so that’s been awesome.”
This was good and all, but what did others have to say about these compression socks?

I searched all over social media and looked for reviews on the internet…


Having interviewed so many people and having done so much research, I wanted to get in on the fun for myself.

And I wanted to tackle the following points that users were using these compression socks for:

  • (Diabetic) neuropathy/general foot pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Pregnancy swelling
  • Legitimate plane flying hack?

My family is genetically predisposed towards diabetes, and my dad has been the most recent name crossed off from the roster of “who’s next?”

I learned about this trend while looking for a way to treat my plantar fasciitis at home (I like to play tennis on the weekends and the foot pain was really cramping my style).

And while researching, I found these compression socks. And as it turns out, there were a few things I read that made me think “oh maybe that would work for us.”

“Us” being my diabetic dad, my own plantar fasciitis, my wife’s pregnancy pains, and my sister’s frequent travel woes.

Would these compression socks really be the universal panacea that people claim it to be? Well, we’ll find out soon enough.

Did it help with my dad’s neuropathy?

To start, we ordered one pair of compression socks and we were going to take turns using it.

My dad’s been complaining about foot pain for awhile now, even before he got diagnosed with diabetes. It’s not a lifestyle-ending diagnosis, but he definitely stays home more often than he’d like.

We had him try out the these compression socks for three days. Based on what I had read online, that would have been plenty of time to suss out its effectiveness. The morning after he put it on, he called me to tell me that his legs felt amazing. The pain was still there, but only slightly.

After the third day, I visited him and saw him outside doing yard work again. I was pretty surprised, and so was he. He didn’t want to give these compression socks back, so I had no choice but to buy another one.

But things were looking promising.

What about my wife’s pregnancy swelling?

Originally, we were supposed to test my plantar fasciitis, but my wife confiscated the socks from me. And I mean, I’m not going to say no to my pregnant wife. Her legs HAD been looking pretty painful, especially around her ankles, so I helped her put them on each night before going to bed.

After several days, we found that the swelling in her legs had reduced considerably. She was much more comfortable walking around again, and her mood had improved by a ton.

I wanted to only do three days of testing again, but when I brought it up, she gave me the death stare. So another pair of compression socks was confiscated from me.

As for plantar fasciitis and whether or not it’d be a good plane hack…

Recognizing a pattern, I bought two of these compression socks and just gave one to my sister. I figured that if I was going to be buying another pair of socks again anyways, I might as well just buy them up front.

So we tested it concurrently, though my sister’s test was definitely much shorter. She wore them on a roundtrip flight to Europe for a business trip.

“It was really great, I definitely felt way more comfortable and relaxed during and after the flight. It was also really good while in Europe. We did some sightseeing and a lot of walking and I felt like my legs were going to fall off. But I wore these compression socks to sleep each night and my feet felt good as new the very next day.”

As for me, I wore the compression socks every night for a week.

I was really excited, but a part of me was skeptical. I really wanted these to work so I could be active again, but I just couldn't help but feel like it was going to disappoint me.

After the first day, I didn’t feel that much of a difference, and my optimism plummeted. I was about to call it quits, but I told myself I’d use it for at least three days. The second day showed some improvement, which made me really happy and hopeful again. And on the third day, it had done it. I was feeling awesome.

And come Saturday morning, I put on my tennis gear, and I was ready to play. My feet didn’t hurt at all and I felt like I had recovered a part of my youth.

Final Thoughts

These compression socks work. I feel like I don’t have to say anything more beyond that as far as effectiveness is concerned. It just works.

But another factor that I haven’t mentioned at all yet is price. More than anything, I found them to be highly affordable and accessible.

When I read that these were adapted from an expensive military product, I was expecting to shell out a decent chunk of dough.

On top of that, with doctor’s visits, possible operations, medications, etc etc… trying to treat everyone’s problems would have cost thousands of dollars!

I ended up buying these compression socks 20-pack for a bulk discount so I could wear a fresh clean pair every night and I gave a few pairs away to some of my friends and family so they could try it out.

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