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Compression Socks from SocksLane Get Reviewed by People Suffering RLS.

Portland, OR, June 14, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The popular compression socks sold in Amazon gets noticed by people suffering from RLS or Restless Leg Syndrome. In a recent review by a customer suffering from RLS said, "the socks helped me a lot. I was sceptic at first but was able to experience the results myself."

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, RLS or Restless Leg Syndrome is also called Willis-Ekbom Disease which causes uncomfortable sensations in the legs and an irresistible urge to move them which usually occur late afternoon or evening. Since symptoms increase at night it could be difficult to fall asleep.

Amanda and Dave Dixon's SocksLane company takes pride on quality socks and customer satisfaction. Amanda said, "Our socks are never meant to cure RLS but can help relieve the uncomfortable sensation felt in the legs. We are glad that it helps people who need it."

The company has then provided compression garments which are made of natural cotton fibers and are meant to give maximum comfort. With about 1500 reviews and 4.9 average rating in the last 12 months, the company has proven that they can provide not just quality products but also products that help people with specific needs.

SocksLane products are available via the company website, www.sockslane.com, or on Amazon at Amazon.com/dp/B01MRKD0PQ

Contact Information:

SocksLane

Amanda Dixon

503-568-1586

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SocksLane.com

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