Gradual Compression

Getting right to the point.

Blood circulation is an extensive supply network for the human body, delivering nutrients and oxygen to cells and getting rid of carbon dioxide. It performs a very important service. Since humans have been walking upright and growing as a species, our circulation systems have had to work harder.

These days, as each generation goes by, hearts have to pump harder on average to cope with the forces of gravity. Blood therefore needs more pressure in our extremities in order to get back to the heart. Gradual Compression has been developed to support this flow of blood from the extremities back to the heart. From the ankle to the calf and in the forearm area, it applies higher pressure, which is then gradually reduced. This leads to the improved release of lactates in the muscles during exercise and supports the circulation of blood in everyday life.