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Compression is game changing for chronic illness but only if you wear it!
No one has ever said ‘you know what I want medical grey and beige compression socks, that’s my style’
Show them that disability doesn’t mean boring!
NOT YOUR GRANDMA'S
i love them !!! really helpful for managing my chronic pain symptoms whilst at work 🙂
I love everything from Not your grandmas, but this is brilliant! I use a Filofax and this is the perfect size for a classic A5 Filofax. I've bought some notebook pages from NYG before, the TRY and DO list notebook and love that too. Grab that one too if it's available 🙂
The best compression socks I've worn,love the designs and service was prompt.
Space Compression Socks
Bought these for my pal who was wearing compression socks post c section. She says they are very comfy, look cute and did trick to reduce swelling! She going to wear them for everyday Cos they are so nice and soft
Organ Compression Socks
My 20 y/o daughter had ordered other socks from Not Your Grandma's and absolutely loves them, so requested more for her birthday. She loves that they're not so tight that they cut off circulation like some others have done, that they're comfortably knee high for her (she's 4'11", and often knee-length items go several inches above her knees) and most importantly, they're cute! Thanks for an awesome product!
I use compression socks to help with my POTS symptoms, but I also adore wearing bright colours and patterns. These socks are fantastic, so cute and vibrant, and the compression is great. Will definitely be purchasing from NYG more in the future 😊
I love my Space Compression socks, very comfy and soft, nice colour and design, and I feel like they have helped some of my POTS symptoms.
Unicorn Compression Socks
Super soft and comfy socks that stay up all day! They are just enough compression to be helpful without feeling restricting. I am a size 3.5 shoe so the heel sits a little higher than where it’s supposed to be but not by much. My mum is a size 5 shoe and they fit her perfectly. Love all the different design choices and that they can go in the washing machine.
I absolutely love the design of these compression socks, so much so I ordered two pairs and just hoped to one-size-fits-all would fit my wide calves. I'm a size 22 student nurse, so on placement I am on my feet for 12 hours solid. Whilst I fortunately don't suffer with pain, my legs and ankles so swell and my feet get tired by the end of the shift. These compression socks are fab! They not only fit well, but they don't slip down and they're not too tight! The difference in how my legs felt by the end of the shift was noticeable! I can't wait to buy more!
I love these and they get a lot of compliments from friends and colleagues ^^
Absolutely love them.......I would highly recommend this quality item.
I've only tried them a couple of times but these are my first pair of compression socks and I'm loving them! It definitely reduces the blood pooling and swelling in my legs and makes them feel a lot better! They're also super cute
Welcome to Not Your Grandma's
Here at Not Your Grandma’s we are a. community first and foremost. When I was diagnosed no one told me I was disabled, no one told me how to use mobility aids and no one handed me a guide to handling it all. It was the disability community that saved me and taught me to be proud of my disability and I want that for you too.
WHEN YOU BECOME DISABLED NO ONE GIVES YOU A HANDBOOK, UNTIL NOW
Maybe your newly diagnosed and feeling a bit lost.
Maybe you're not but still as confused about how to actually handle all of this.
80% of disabled people aren’t born disabled but become disabled.
I never knew this but once I heard it clicked with me. I wasn’t failing at being disabled, it’s just no one told me how to be disabled and there wasn’t any real representation of living a happy life with disability.
WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY!
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