The Benefits Flight Attendants Can Get from Compression Wear

The benefits of compression wear for flight attendants

With the amount of standing required of a flight attendant, compression wear can be a valuable part of their working wardrobe. But flight attendants face even more threats to their health due to the nature of their job.

In addition to the long periods of standing, the changes in air pressure during take offs and landings also contribute to a higher than average risk of developing deep vein thrombosis.

It means flight attendants need more than regular compression wear. In fact, many flight attendants get a prescription from their doctors for medical-grade compression hosiery.

A Comfortable Option for Flight Attendants

Fortunately for flight attendants, and everyone who spends extended periods of time on their feet, there are options for their compression wear. One of them is shapewear, including Mass & Slim Shorts, Leggings and Belts.

In addition to providing the support that can help flight attendants reduce their risk of deep vein thrombosis, shapewear delivers a number of other health benefits that don’t come from regular compression wear.

Helps to Prevent Varicose Veins

Mass & Slim’s shapewear is infused with hundreds of tiny ceramic beads that gently massage the skin as you move. The massaging action helps to improve blood flow to reduce the risk of the pooling that produces varicose veins.

Reduces Swelling

One of the causes of swollen feet and legs is the interruption to lymph flow caused by the flooding of the feet and legs with blood and tissue due to gravity when standing. The ceramic beads in Mass & Slim shapewear improve lymph flow to help reduce swelling.

Reduces the Appearance of Cellulite

The massaging action of the ceramic beads, combined with increased blood and lymph flow, helps to reduce the orange-peel effect on your skin caused by cellulite.

All-Day Comfort:

In addition to all its other benefits, Mass & Slim’s breathable fabric make it very comfortable to wear all day, every day.


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