Fall into a Chair and Leaf your Worries Behind
The summer months are officially behind us and the busy holidays are just around the corner. Autumn is a fleeting time, so it’s important to savor this season of metamorphosis while you can. As the leaves turn and the air grows crisper, we have so little time to inhale and exhale before the busy holiday season.
Take these steps to relax your mind and body, so that you can stay prepared for the holidays ahead.
Finding the perfect gift for a loved one often means hours spent online shopping. Leaning over the glowing computer screen, surfing from shop to shop will eventually result in aches from hunching over and typing in search terms for hours on end. Pay extra attention to your wrists and hands after a shopping marathon. Apply the Body Comfort heat pack to your digits to ensure you don’t fall victim to stiffness and irritation.
As online shopping has become a cherished alternative to running around to stores, we have yet to reach a point where the delivery person will bring the box inside and unpack your new goodie. So while you’re hauling heavy packages into the house, know that relief is just seconds away. Needless to say, your arms and back are important for getting anything done around the house. Get ahead of soreness by applying Body Comfort heat in the morning as you prepare for the day and at night as you wind down.
Applying heat directly to overused areas of the body helps alleviate swelling and pain. The warmth of a heat pack encourages blood flow in the targeted area and can be effective when used both before and after any strenuous activities.
Body Comfort heating packs are hot instantly when you need them and depending on surrounding conditions, stay hot around 40 minutes while you convalesce (even longer if it is wrapped!). Heat can be an effective tool in minimizing pain from everyday physical activities, injuries, and chronic pain. Applying heat is a beneficial and inexpensive way to address pain. It is a universal means of healing recommended by doctors and healers all around the world. Heating your most tender points is a low risk and high reward way to release discomfort so that you can bounce back and keep moving.