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What You Don't Expect When You Are Expecting

Wherever I traveled during practically every day of my three pregnancies, always close at hand was my well-loved copy of the incredibly popular book, What To Expect When You're Expecting. Continually referencing and cross-referencing the multitude of transforming experiences of prenatal life, I read through the pages repeatedly for assurance that what I was experiencing was acceptable. Of course it goes without saying that no two pregnant mommies will encounter the same health and wellness transformations as their little bundle(s) of joy develop. Every pregnancy comes with it's unique physical changes, feelings and emotions. Let's talk or walk through one of ways expectant moms-to-be (and people like myself) are using compression socks to alleviate the pain, fatigue, and swelling of exhausted legs.

Thank you to nabee and their promotional team for the courtesy of providing gratuitous product for editorial content purposes.

What You Don't Expect When You Are Expecting

"Nabee Socks was born from an idea I had during a long night shift as a nurse. I had no business background except for selling Beanie Babies on eBay when I was in the 6th grade, but I figured that my experiences were probably comparable to an MBA and decided to give entrepreneurship a try. (Believe it or not, Beanie Babies paid for my freshman year of college.) So, I went to the drawing board, also known as Google, and started researching.

Two months later, feeling only marginally wiser, I started a Kickstarter campaign to raise some money. I was shocked when the campaign made nearly $13,000 with the help of 253 generous people. Initially flying blind and putting in 70-hour weeks, I was continually encouraged by the amazing responses from all of our fans. As a result, Nabee Socks has done everything possible to provide awesome compression socks and customer service to repay all the incredible support."
               -Brian Park, RN - Founder & CEO OF Nabee Socks

Compression socks are the solution your body never knew you needed. Pregnancy sometimes takes a toll on women physically. Even is pregnancy has been kind to your body, life, in general can leave many of us feeling lee than our best. Wearing compression wear helps to improve blood flow circulation, reduce swelling and muscle soreness, and improve recovery time. Count on Nabee fashion line to help you "look good, feel good."

Did you know that compression socks help prevent spider and varicose veins?

Functional and fun, Nabee Compression Socks features include-

Design - Designed by nurses to be easier to wear, the larger openings make putting Nabee compression socks on easier than other brands.

Comfort Cuff - Engineered with a ‘Stay-Up Cuff’ and non-binding 20-30 mm Hg of graduated compression below the knee.

Seamless Toe - Roomy toe box with non-irritating stitching at the end of the sock.

Cushioned Sole - Increased protection throughout the entire sock, including the arches, heels, and Achilles tendons.

Nabee Blend - Proprietary Medical-Quality fabric for graduated compression therapy constructed to be breathable, soft, and durable. 
Nabee compression socks are available in a vibrant assortment of solid colors and trendy print designs guaranteed to "make a good compression" for years to come.

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