Compression wear can be so comfortable and offer so many benefits, you can’t be blamed for wondering “can you sleep in compression wear?”
The quick answer is, yes, generally speaking, you can sleep in compression garments. But, before you use medical-grade compression garments, like wearing compression socks, eccentric and concentric knee extensors and calf sleeves, you should consult with the physician or medical professional who prescribed their use before you sleep in them.
Benefits of Compression Wear
Compression wear, including Active Slim Compression Leggings and Secret Slim Compression Shorts, offer a wide variety of benefits.
- 24 Hour Comfort - Made with breathable Smart Fabric that moves with you, you can wear them all day, and sleep with them too. You can also wear your compression shorts under skirts and dresses and say goodbye to inner thigh rub, seat and chafing for even more comfort.
- Improve Circulation - The fabric is also made with bio-ceramics that delivers a gentle massaging effect which helps improve blood flow and lymph circulation.
- Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite - Improved blood circulation brings more nutrients to your skin for greater strength and elasticity, which helps eliminate the orange-peel effect of cellulite.
- Better Results from Daily Activities - Whether it's a formal workout, or just doing your daily errands, compression shorts and leggings help reduce fatigue and speed up muscle recovery so you can do more, improve your muscle tone and recover faster when the day is done.
- Instant Flattering Shape - Seamless construction means you enjoy an overall firming effect around your hips and thighs from the moment you slip on your compression shorts or leggings.
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