Relieve back pain naturally

Hot or Cold therapy

Hot for old pains cold to reduce swelling such as new injuries.

The sports therapy wrap is our most popular heat pack, used to reduce muscle aches and pains naturally.

Sports Therapy Wrap

Heating pad for sore muscles

The heat wrap/heat pack used by therapists and athletes. This is a great gift for men. Extra large size, weight and penetrating moist heat provides comfort for those who suffer from sore muscles. Infused with our signature anti-stress aromatherapy blend of lavender, peppermint, eucalyptus, rosemary and cloves. The Sport Therapy Wrap comes with an adjustable belt to hold the wrap firmly in place. Extra long heat holding – 1 hour or longer. Contains our anti-stress blend. Use warm or cold to assist with the relief of aches, pains and stress. An excellent stress relieving gift. The cover comes in black velvet with an embroidered Warm Buddy logo. Recent studies have found that heat wrap therapy proved to be more effective at treating lower back pain than oral pain medications such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen. Product measurements: 10″ X 26″ Product weight: 4.5 lbs Warm Buddy heat wraps are proudly made in Canada. One of our most popular heat packs for relieving muscle aches and pains, use it hot or cold depending on therapy needed.

Sports Therapy wrap for sore aching muscles

Why does heat help with pain?

This process increases the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the muscles, helping to heal the damaged tissue. Heat stimulates the sensory receptors in the skin, which means that applying heat to the lower back will decrease transmissions of pain signals to the brain and partially relieve the discomfort.

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How cold therapy Works to Relieve Pain

Cold therapy can help provide relief for back pain in a number of ways: Keep a Warm Buddy heat pack in your freezer for these applications: Cold therapy application slows the inflammation and swelling that occurs after injury. Most back pain is accompanied by some type of inflammation, and addressing the inflammation helps reduce the pain Cold therapy numbs sore tissues (providing pain relief similar to a local anesthetic) Cold therapy application slows the nerve impulses in the area, which interrupts the pain-spasm reaction between the nerves Cold therapy decreases tissue damage The massage adds the beneficial effects of gentle manipulation of the soft tissues Cold therapy is most effective if it is applied as soon as possible after the injury occurs, usually within 24 to 48 hours. The cold makes the veins in the tissues contract, reducing circulation. Once the cold is removed, the veins overcompensate and dilate and blood rushes into the area. The infusion of blood in the area brings with it the necessary nutrients to help the injured back muscles, ligaments and tendons to heal.

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