Can I sleep in your compression socks or sleeves?
The answer is no, not unless prescribed by a doctor or physician to do so (specific health issues or post-surgery, for example). Graduated compression is meant to be worn when you’re awake and moving around. It provides a constant amount of pressure to your circulatory system to fight gravity and pump blood back to your heart. When you’re lying down, fully horizontal for a long period of time, your circulatory system doesn’t have to fight gravity.