Factory workers often spend long hours standing, with little additional movement, putting them at greater risk for venous disease. Factory Workers

Risk Factors for Factory Workers

Factory jobs frequently require employees to sit or stand for several hours at a time or perform physical labor on their feet. Both have a significant impact on the venous system, often leading to symptoms of Chronic Venous Disease (CVD) such as pain, swelling, leg fatigue, spider and varicose veins.

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Tips for staying healthy

Tips for Staying Healthy

Workers standing for just 50% of their shift are at an increased risk for CVD. It is critical that factory workers move their legs as often as possible while working. Additionally, wearing medical compression stockings can reduce leg discomfort and the risk for CVD.

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