What are hot or cold packs?


Hot-or-cold packs are ice packs that are rated for high temperature use. They can be used as a normal reusable ice pack by storing in a freezer, but they can also be heated in water or a microwave oven to reach the desired temperature. 

These reusable ice packs offer hot and cold therapeutic support to help relieve myofascial pain, localized soft tissue soreness, swelling, and inflammation in stiff, aching joints and sore muscles. It can be heated up in a microwave or frozen in the freezer to let you customize your overall recovery.

In some cases, alternating heat and cold may help, as it will greatly increase blood flow to the injury site.

Heat and cold treatment fast facts:

  • Reduced blood flow reduces inflammation in response to cold treatment.
  • Heat treatment promotes blood flow and helps muscles relax. Use for chronic pain.
  • Alternating heat and cold may help reduce exercise-induced muscle pain.
  • Never use extreme heat, and never put ice directly on the skin.

Cold treatment reduces blood flow to an injured area. This slows the rate of inflammation and reduces the risk of swelling and tissue damage.

It also numbs sore tissues, acting as a local anesthetic, and slows down the pain messages being transmitted to the brain.

Ice can help treat a swollen and inflamed joint or muscle. It is most effective within 48 hours of an injury.

Rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) are part of the standard treatment for sports injuries.Note that ice should not normally be applied directly to the skin.

The smarter, more flexible ice bag design with adjustable straps enhanceed full body support,which can be used on your knees, lower back, elbows, shoulders, and other areas for fast, supportive relief.

These are perfect Knee ice packs, ice packs for the back, cold packs for the neck, shoulders, etc. Some new designs like lip shapes and round shapes fit your lips or eyes perfectly for facial cold therapy or makeup removal.


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