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5 Reasons Why Every Nurse Should Wear Compression Socks

5 Reasons Why Every Nurse Should Wear Compression Socks

Just because nurses wear scrubs at work, doesn’t mean you should feel the need to cover up those beauties when you’re off the clock. However, it can be awkward and uncomfortable to let your stems show if you have developed spider veins. Standing for long periods of time can cause varicose veins by allowing blood to pool and enlarging veins in your lower extremities. Even if you love the color blue, you probably aren’t in love with the thought of your legs starting to resemble the aftermath of a blueberry pancake food fight. Luckily, compression stockings help relieve symptoms and slow the progress of varicose veins.

3 Reasons Nurses Need to Stand Strong

3 Reasons Nurses Need to Stand Strong

Nursing is a profession that both allows and requires you to stand strong. It could be said that standing strong is a requirement of the job, but at the same time it’s also a benefit. Many people benefit when nurses take care of themselves. In fact, if nurses don’t take care of themselves they won’t be able to take care of others. If you don’t stand strong for yourself, how are you going to stand strong for anyone else?

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