Hot therapy, also known as thermotherapy, is simply the application of heat to the body. So what does heat do? If you suffer from arthritis, muscle strain or injury, neck or back pain, heat will help reduce your pain. However, it should be noted that if the skin is inflamed, red, swollen, burned, etc., it is not suitable to use heat.
Hot therapy works by causing blood vessels in the painful area to dilate, thereby increasing blood flow and helping muscles relax, and is used to relieve chronic pain. For example, after we exercise, hot compresses can help eliminate the accumulation of lactic acid waste products produced after exercise. Secondly, heat is also psychologically soothing, further enhancing its analgesic effects.
Of course, there are many types of hot therapy. First of all, there are heating equipment that need to be powered on, such as electric heating pads, electric hot water bottles, etc. This method can be imagined to be very inconvenient and unsafe. If we go out or encounter an emergency, we have no way to get timely hot compresses. In fact, there are also patches on the market that contain capsaicin and other drugs. If used for a long time, our bodies may develop drug resistance and cause some damage to local skin.
In fact, the best choice for hot therapy is undoubtedly our disposable heat patch! From the raw materials to the glue that comes into contact with the skin, we have gone through a series of tests, including skin sensitivity, etc. We use spunlaced non-woven fabrics that can touch the skin directly, which is softer and more comfortable than ordinary non-woven fabrics, and does not contain any medicinal ingredients, so our heat patches are very safe.
Moreover, our patch is very thin and convenient to use, and it can instantly generate heat when you open the outer bag. This is one of the reasons why it is currently the most popular. There are many benefits of heat therapy. If you happen to need it, use it quickly!