The lace socks you wear when you walk to work could save you from heart disease and even dementia, according to new research.
Researchers in Australia conducted a study to find out whether wearing lace socks reduces your risk of heart disease, diabetes and dementia.
It found that wearing lace could be beneficial for both you and your loved ones.
The study, published in the journal Preventive Cardiology, found that lace socks were not only a protective garment for the heart, but were also effective at preventing cardiovascular diseases.
Here’s why: The lace sock is a material that has been widely used for many decades to reduce heart rate.
Lace socks are made of polyester, nylon or spandex, which have been shown to have protective effects against heart disease.
This type of fabric is often called “leather” because it is made of leather.
It also has a protective effect against diabetes and cardiovascular disease, according the American Heart Association.
“We’ve seen in the literature that the heart rate is increased by wearing the lace sock,” study author Dr. Joanna Macfarlane, a researcher in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the University of Queensland, told CNN.
“So, if you want to reduce your heart rate, you’re going to want to wear a lace sock.”
It also reduces your chance of having diabetes, says the American Diabetes Association.
In addition, lace socks can help keep your blood pressure in check, Macfendale said.
Lacing socks are often made of a fabric that’s similar to denim, but it doesn’t get as hot as denim.
This creates a more comfortable fit.
It’s a great option if you are wearing sneakers or shorts and want to keep your feet dry, Macdarlane added.
Macfacey also told CNN that people who wear lace are more likely to have a lower risk of diabetes and other cardiovascular diseases, including hypertension, which is a condition in which your blood vessels constrict.
Researchers also found that people with higher body mass index, or BMI, have a higher risk of having heart disease — which is why wearing a lace-up sock might help lower your risk.
“You might have more trouble getting the blood circulating and you’re not getting enough nutrients,” Macfady added.
“And that could be why people are having a lower level of activity in their life.”
If you’re worried about having diabetes and are looking to reduce it, there are many ways you can wear a white lace-ups sock, Macmody said.
“There are ways that you can choose your sock color, your yarn, the lace material and the lace stitch patterns that you choose,” she said.
Wear the right socks for you Every person’s lifestyle has different needs and preferences, and your lifestyle and genetics will dictate how you feel about your health.
Macmady recommends that people wear lace-socks at work.
“The most important thing is to wear the socks that are most comfortable for you, but there are ways you could wear the right sock for you,” she added.
This is a great time to wear your lace socks if you’re heading to work to be with your colleagues or to get your coffee, she said, noting that they can also be a great way to make the most of the time you spend walking to your desk.
“Lace socks work by providing you with an insulating layer of warmth, and they also provide you with moisture in your feet,” Macmacy said.
If you don’t want to make those extra steps to keep yourself dry, then you can also wear lace sock in the summer.
However, be sure to not wear lace shoes when walking on sidewalks or public transit, Macjada added.