Mild to less severe sports injuries can be easily treated with heat or/and ice therapies. These therapies have proved to be useful in providing relief from the pain and discomfort caused by injuries while allowing the body to heal faster. Sports injuries are common if you are an avid sportsperson. Be it a bump, pang,

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Every day you perform various tasks – from exercising, driving, household chores, and office work to participating in sports or lifting some heavy objects – at home and office. So, it’s likely to get a muscle pulled, fracture, or a bruise now or then. Pain is an inevitable part of our life but it surely

Want to make your Gel ice packs at home? Here's how to do it

Life can anytime throw you in a situation when you need an “ice pack” to soothe an injury or sprain. Perhaps someone in your house needs it for recovering from an injury or you want it to reduce inflammation or soothe a burn. In most of these situations, you need to know how to make

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Do you often feel confused about when to use a cold gel pack and when to use a hot gel pack? Since injuries can happen anytime, it’s crucial to be aware of what type of gel pack to use in what situation. This is because if you end up using the wrong treatment, the pain

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Injuries can be painful, depending on their type and location. One of the most common practices is to ice the injuries for instant pain relief and relaxation. Gel Ice Packs help reduce the risk of swelling, tissue damage and the rate of inflammation. Cold treatment does all this by reducing blood flow to an injured