If nothing else, considering some of the work-from-home outfits we’ve been seeing on social media, the COVID-19 quarantine may be resetting the boundaries of “business casual”. For the very first time, our “work wardrobe” might include pyjamas. And we might dress for a video conference call with a business casual top, over lounge pants.
But no matter what work clothes you regularly wear in your home office, there’s another item that deserves a spot in your working-from-home dress code.
3 Benefits of Wearing Compression Leggings
Working remotely has many benefits. But it can also change your daily working habits.
You may be seated for longer periods of time without needing to leave your workstation for a meeting or chat with coworkers. You may not get as much exercise considering your commute takes you 15 seconds. And you may be tempted to snack a little more because, well, your office might be the kitchen table.
Compression leggings are a great way to counteract many of the less healthy parts of working from home. Not to mention that they are super comfortable to wear all day and they look great under whatever top you choose for your video calls.
Improve Your Circulation - It's one of the reasons all those articles tell you to not sit for too long. Poor circulation can cause pain and muscle cramps. But compression leggings help to support your legs and promote better blood and lymph circulation.
Helps Reduce Swelling - If your legs feel “tight” and tired after a long day, it could be mild swelling that might get more severe. By keeping everything in place, and your circulation pumping, compression leggings can reduce the swelling in your legs.
- Improves the Appearance of Your Skin and Cellulite - Tiny ceramic beads in Active Slim Compression Leggings help massage your legs while you wear them. This gives even more of a boost to your circulation. That can bring more healthy nutrients to your skin and remove more toxins. The result is healthier, smoother looking skin.
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