BALANCE POWER STAMINA REACTION-TIME PAIN-RELIEF RECOVERY TIME POSTURE
How do Voxx socks work?
Simply put, there are receptors in your feet that are stimulated by the Voxx HPT technology woven into the band under the foot that sends signals to the brain stem. It's a little bit like completing a circle and puts your body into balance. Depending on where your body needs help (peripheral nervous system, endocrine, respiratory or sensory to name a few), the technology in the socks will start working on you.
How does HPT (Human Performance Technology) work?
How quickly will they work?
Everyone is different. For some people there is an instant sensation of tingling or buzzing but for others, nothing is initially noticeable. Persist and see what differences they make to you. From anecdotal evidence there seems to be a cumulative effect so that the more you wear them, the better it is.
What are the benefits of wearing Voxx products?
HTP can reduce pain, increase strength, circulation, stability, endurance, balance as well as enhance movement and reaction times.
When should I stop wearing them?
If you experience lethargy, headaches or feel unwell, take a break for a few hours or a day. This is a sign of detox so allow your body time to adjust and let it rest.
How do I wash them?
Turn your socks inside out to avoid any piling. Warm or cold machine wash is ideal. Line dry or flat dry, do not tumble dry. To preserve the condition of your socks, avoid putting them in the dryer. The dryer won't ruin the technology but avoiding it will extend their life.
How do I know which sock to choose
What are the features of the Voxx Athletic Stasis sock range?
Extra padding on the toes and heels for high impact areas
Venting above and below the toes for air flow
Arch support to keep the socks nice and snug against the foot
Moisture wicking to keep the feet dry and reduce blisters
Antibacterial to fight odour
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