COMPRESSION SOCKS can be so helpful for swelling, blood pooling, and pain. In this video, I try on and review cheap and expensive compression socks for blood pooling and determine if the expensive ones are worth it! I deal with painful blood pooling as a result of my POTS and dysautonomia, both of which are secondary to hypermobile ehlers-danlos syndrome.
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WHAT’S EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME?
The Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes are a group of more than 13 genetic connective tissue disorders that make connective tissue abnormally weak, fragile, and stretchy. Connective tissue is found in all parts of the body, including your organs, ligaments, and joints. As a result, people with EDS can be affected in all of these areas, as well as others. The most common symptoms and co-morbidities include chronic joint pain, dysautonomia, dislocations, GI tract dysmotility, and severe joint instability, among many others. The most common type (and the type that I have) is hypermobile EDS (formerly known as Type III), which is estimated to affect around 1 in every 5,000 people. However, it’s speculated by many to not be as rare as we once believed.
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