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Comfytemp Holiday Gift Guide 2022

Comfytemp Holiday Gift Guide 2022

Gift-giving season has officially arrived. Need some gift ideas? We’ve listed a gift guide filled with warmth & wonderful to help you check off your list. Take a look at Comfytemp holiday gift guide and shop now.

Heated blanket

Heated blanket is a perfect gift for anyone who’s always cold while lounging on the couch. Comfytemp 50" x 60" heated blanket boasts 3 temperature settings and a double-sided design in different colors. It quickly heats up within 10 minutes and automatically switches off after 4 hours, so it’s okay if you fall asleep. Plus it's machine washable.


Seasonal Limited Heating Pads ( Two patterns)

Green, red, and white Christmas color has been used in a heating pad, so it feels unique and special during this time. So the seasonal heating pad is the ideal gift. With 3 heat settings and a 2-hour auto-off, providing customized heat for your back, knees, legs, neck and shoulders.


Upgraded Weighted Heating Pad for Neck and Shoulder

It is the perfect pick for anyone feeling chilly and neck-stressed. The upgraded weighted heating pad offers 9 heat settings, allowing you to customize the desired temperature for heat therapy. Features 11 timers, with auto-off settings ranging from 0.5H to 9H to meet your different needs. 


Wireless TENS Machine

What better Christmas gift could you give than the gift of being pain and ache free! Wireless TENS unit provides excellent pain relief through 15 modes and 16 power settings. The added bonus of this machine is that it is completely wireless.


Eye Massager with Heat

An eye massager always makes great eye stress relief for someone who stares at the computer all day, every day. Comfytemp eye massager uses heat and compression to gently knead your eye muscles and the area surrounding it, delivering a soothing, relaxing massage.

Is TENS Therapy beneficial for your pain?

Is TENS Therapy beneficial for your pain?

The TENS unit is put on your skin to deliver a low-voltage electrical charge, and electrical pulses stimulate will enter the body through the pad, just like there are countless electro-acupuncture, to help relieve chronic and acute pain.

One of the biggest advantages is the fact that it’s a drug-free way to relieve pain. Therefore, TENS therapy is ideal for those who cannot take prescription pain medication or choose not to take it due to side effects.

What kind of pain can TENS relieve?

  • Back/Shoulder Pain: It can relieve shoulder and neck strain, back pain, especially for people who keep in one position for a long time, like officer staffs, drivers, housewives, etc.
  • Spinal cord injury pain. At least three studies on TENS and spinal cord injury pain have shown improvement in this difficult-to-treat pain.
  • Menstrual pain and labor pain. TENS can relieve menstrual cycle-related dysmenorrhea and back pain. It was at least as effective as other non-drug pain relief options during labor.
  • Postpartum Repair: Use it for 15 minutes a day to promote postpartum rectus abdominal contractions

How to care for your TENS unit pads

  • Clean the area with a cloth and water to remove body oils and allow the area to dry before using the pad.
  • Put the pads in the pack so they don't dry out.
  • Make sure to cool in the refrigerator after each use and apply a small amount of water to the pads before each use.

To extend the life of your TENS pads make sure you are applying them properly. We estimate 20-30 uses per pad.

Comfytemp wireless TENS unit offers 6 automated programs, 9 manual modes, and 16 intensities to meet different needs. Say goodbye to cluttered wires, you can do other things at the same time when having pain relief therapy and without worrying about the wires getting tangled or tripping over. 

Which is best for your pain? Ice or Heat?

Which is best for your pain? Ice or Heat?

Ice or heat therapy provides pain relief and reduces swelling. But how do you know which type of therapy to use at what time to help your body recover faster?

 

Ice Vs. Heat Therapy

  • Icetherapy is ideal for the first 48 hours when the injury is most likely going to be inflamed, swollen, and painful. It helps slow blood flow to the injury and reduces swelling.

 

Follow the RICE protocol to manage an injury in the early stages when swelling and pain is at their peak: Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation.

 

  • Heat therapyis good for after the initial swelling has gone down and during the recovering phase of your injury or illness. It helps increase blood flow to the injury which in turn promotes healing and reduces stiffness.

 

Comfytemp gel ice pack support cold and hot therapy, specially made for injuries and swelling. This ice pack can freeze quickly to give you quick results and instant relief. The filled with a professional-grade gel remains cold for longer and provides instant relief. Perfect for relaxing muscles or reducing swelling, relieving the pain of knee, shoulder, lower back, joints, waist.