The Benefits of Plantar Fasciitis Night Socks
If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, you know that often the most painful time of day is stepping out of bed in the morning. Your plantar fascia tissue has contracted during the night, as many people sleep with their toes pointed and sometimes even curled, tightening the ligament overnight.
There are a lot of options out there to help with PF pain, and one of those includes special socks for plantar fasciitis sufferers. A night sock is worn during sleep to help keep the plantar fascia stretched. Many podiatrists prescribe a night splint for this purpose, and this is a fantastic product if you're able to use it. But for those who are light sleepers or who otherwise have trouble with a splint, plantar fasciitis bed socks can be a highly comfortable alternative option.
Get Better Sleep with Plantar Fasciitis Night Socks
With its ultra-soft material and adjustable dorsiflexion strap that provides a gentle pull on the toes to stretch the calf muscle and soft tissues of the foot and ankle, a plantar fasciitis night sock gives you the stretch you need for PF pain relief while also being non-invasive and allowing you to still get a good night's sleep so that your productivity is not affected.
Imagine waking in the morning feeling refreshed and ready for the day – and then stepping out of bed without heel pain. Plantar fasciitis sleep socks allow this to happen through:
- Speeding recovery from PF as well as overuse injuries
- Lightweight, breathable material
- Seamless toes to reduce irritation
- An adjustable strap so you can find the gentle stretch that works for you
If you’re a light sleeper who suffers from plantar fasciitis pain, a night sock is a must-have to help you relieve pain and still get the rest you need to stay healthy and happy throughout the day.
Additional Products for PF Pain
Nighttime isn’t the only time you can reduce your pain due to PF. Be sure to find the right shoe insole for you as well as trying out supports and bracing such as a support sleeve or arch wrap, or a foot rocker, to see what works best for your foot pain. As always, consult your podiatrist if you’re unsure if a product is right for you.