Himalayan Salt Heating Pad For Pain Relief

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Our most popular and best-selling product. The Himalayan heating pad is available in two sizes that conform to any body part. It is a perfect multipurpose heat pad used for hot and cold therapies. The pink salt crystals in the heating pad hold the heat for a longer time, which makes it different from any ordinary electric heating pad. It is a brilliant product for pain relief, arthritis pain, muscle stress, lower back pain, shoulder and neck pain, sports injuries and menstrual cramps.

Features:
Set of: 2 pads (shoulder pad, knee pad)
Shoulder pad size: 17.5″ x 6″
Knee Pad Size: 8.5″ x 6″
Product material: 100% Cotton & Himalayan salt crystals
Gross Weight: 3.7 lb

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Heating Pad

La Naturess Heating Pad is designed with high-quality natural cotton and filled with 100% Himalayan Salt crystals. Salt Heat therapy is in use as a traditional natural remedy for pain relief since ancient times. Himalayan salt has a low-temperature point, which means it can hold any hot and cold temperatures evenly. When heat pad gets heated in the microwave, the salt crystal absorbs the heat and keep the heat pad warm for an extended period.

Likewise, the heat-pad is also used for cold therapy. It is one of the most common treatments for ache and inflammation after injuries. The therapy is especially useful for sprains, strains, and pulled muscles or ligaments. The heating pad in the microwave is used mainly for heat therapy. However, can also be chilled in the freezer for cold therapy. The Himalayan salt pad is one of the best non-electric heating pad in the market and features negative ions which penetrates heat deep into the body for about 3 inches below the skin. These negative ions reach the bloodstream and produce a biochemical reaction to relieve stress, alleviate depression, boost energy and increase defense against infection.

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Benefits of heating pad:

  • Muscle stress
  • Arthritis Pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Upper back pain (shoulder)
  • Lower Back pain
  • Sciatica pain
  • Joints pain
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Knee pain
  • Neck pain
  • Leg pain
  • Hip pain
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Microwavable Heating Pad for Heat Therapy:

The microwavable heating pad uses the moist treatment which is considered to be most effective for deep penetration of heat into the muscles and provide a better comfort. Unlike dry heat which draws out moisture from the skin and leaves you dehydrated. The moist heating pad absorbs the warmth and releases the retained moisture on your skin.

Heating Pad for Cold Therapy:

The cold pack is significant in cases of swollen muscles, joints, and inflammation. Ice is a recommended treatment for acute injuries. However, it should not be applied to chronic injuries. Cold assists to reduce the injured area temperature and prevent the distress and ache from getting worst. Inflammation is limited with cold therapy, and in any case, the heat will make it more severe if applied right after an injury.

How Heating Pads Work:

When the heat gets placed on your skin, it decreases the sensation of pain. Heat stimulates thermoreceptors, which block your body’s pain transmitters from sending pain signals to your brain.
The heating pad increases circulation to the injured or sore area, and help more oxygen and nutrients get to the damaged tissue.
The Heating pad helps stretch soft tissues and relax sore muscles, therefore, promotes flexibility and decreases stiffness.

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Heating Pad for Back:

Back PainBack pain is one of the most common discomforts experienced by almost every individual at some point in their life. The most affected area of the spine is neck pain, lower back pain, upper back pain, and tailbone area (Coccydynia). Muscle spasm is the reason for discomfort sensations and many episodes of lower back muscle strain. Besides, lower back pain results from strains and over-exertion create tension in the muscles and soft tissues around the lower spine. Different causes trigger backaches such as trauma, fractures, infections, injury to spinal muscles and ligaments, herniated disks, osteoporosis, and joints ache. Back is a very delicate area in a human body, and even the slightest injury can cause significant pain. In most cases, the hurt disappears naturally after few weeks. But in other cases, it is considered severe back pain, underlying serious medical condition.

For some people, surgery is the quickest way to manage a backache. However, for a majority, the goal is to keep the discomfort and hurt manageable with non-surgical therapies and rehabilitation, which can lead to a long-term relief.

Acupuncture, massage, and the heating pad for back pain are some of the nonmedical pain management therapies. Heat therapy is beneficial to reduce the back spasms and lower back pain. Heat pads with the therapeutic effects of heat therapy decrease muscle stiffness, joint ache, inflammation, and boost blood flow to the injured area. The primary objective of the heat-pad is to expand the blood capillaries which allow more blood flow and provide ease.

Back Pain During Pregnancy:

Pregnancy Back PainLower back pain during pregnancy is a common problem seen in pregnant women and can get worse as the baby grows, although it can be experienced at any point in pregnancy. The prevalence varies as per US National Library of Medicine reports showing almost 50 to 70% of pregnant women experience back pain.

The back pain typically happens where the pelvis meets the spine, at the sacroiliac joint. However, other factors contribute to the symptoms of lower back pain during pregnancy including, weight gain, hormone changes, muscle separation, stress and posture changes.

Women who are overweight and had back pain before the pregnancy is at more risk. During a healthy pregnancy, women tend to gain between 25 to 35 pounds. The additional weight added is supported by your spine which can cause lower backache. Furthermore, the weight of a growing baby and uterus can also put pressure on the blood vessels and nerves in the pelvis area. Eventually, as the baby grows the center of gravity will be shifted forward which applies more pressure on the spine and lead to a backache. When the baby grows, women will unknowingly adjust their posture and the way they move, which can put a strain on their back. During pregnancy, the body will have hormonal changes especially when it comes to the hormone relaxin, it allows ligaments in the pelvic area to relax and the joints to loosen up in preparation for the birth process. That same hormone can cause ligaments that support the spine to loosen, which can lead to instability and discomfort.

As the uterus expands throughout pregnancy, the rectal abdominal muscles which are two parallel sheets of muscles and run from the rib cage to the pubic bone can separate along the center seam. And this can worsen back pain. Pregnancy can be a stressful time for women, and there is a lot of strain on the emotional, mental and physical stability of the body as the baby grows within. The added stress causes muscle tension in the back which can feel like spasms from time to time and increase the hurt in the back.

Back pain during pregnancy may not be entirely preventable, but some things can be done to minimize the pain:

  • Exercises approved by your health care provider which can help support the spine and abdomen.
  • Make sure never to bend over, instead of squat when picking up anything.
  • Elevating feet is also useful for the back as it reduces the pressure applied to the lower back and give it a good rest.
  • Sleep on the left side while using a support pillow under the knees to reduce the strain in the back.
  • Consult a massage therapist or chiropractor to help relax the tensed muscles in the spine.
  • Apply heat and cold to the sore area for up to 20 minutes for several times a day. Be careful not to apply the heat directly on the abdomen. Heat aids with relaxing muscles around the spine and limits the sore sensation in the back.

Reference: Fast A, Shapiro D, Ducommun EJ, Friedmann LW, Bouklas T, Floman Y. Low back pain in pregnancy. Spine. 1987;12:368–71. doi: 10.1097/00007632-198705000-00011.

Knee Heating Pad

Knee PainKnee pain hits people of all ages and mostly caused by injuries, types of arthritis, and different mechanical problems. Knee pain symptoms vary, depending on the severity and causes of the problem. People take self-care measures to control the minor knee pain in the form of knee braces and other physical therapies. However, some significant medical conditions such as osteoarthritis, joint damage, and dislocated kneecap are left untreated. Due to the continuous increasing ache in critical conditions, many turn to alternative long-term pain relief. Some of these other pain control measures are, exercising, maintaining a healthy weight, stretching, swimming, and heat or cold therapy.

Knee heat-pad provides relief from minor muscular aches and joint aches associated with overexertion, strains, and sprains, as well as small pains associated with arthritis. Heating pad delivers therapeutic heat to relax tight knee or elbow muscles and accelerate healing.

The heat-wraps is used as a cold pack to relax the knee torment and inflammation. Cold therapy is considered to be safe and effective when the pain is brought by swelling. Cold packs reduces swelling and slows the rush of blood to the aggravated area.

Neck Heating Pad

Neck PainNeck pain is one of the most common problems experienced by almost two-thirds of the population. As per 2010 statistics, approximately 5% of the global population suffers from neck pain. There are numerous causes for neck pain; although the discomfort is felt in the neck, it can be triggered by other spinal problems. Lower back and upper back supports the neck structure, and if any of these support systems are affected, then it will tighten the muscles around the neck, which can lead to a hurting neck.

For a more effective treatment, it is vital to understand the medical condition that’s causing the distress. Strains and sprains are one of the most common causes of a neck pain, induced by sleeping in an improper position, sports injury, and poor posture, which can heal in few days.

Not every neck pain needs immediate care and pain relief medication. For most common neck strains or sprains, the following are nonsurgical treatments recommended:

  • Rest the neck and avoid any activities that may boost hurting.
  • Correct your posture, learn to sleep on the back and align your body, head, and neck in a comfortable position.
  • Heating pad for neck is used for hot and cold therapy which works as an anti-inflammatory that reduces swelling. Ice or cold pack is better to heal the neck ache as it helps to close the blood vessels temporarily and prevent swelling from becoming worst.
  • A massage right after ice or heat helps to soothe muscle spasm and reduce pain.
  • Acupuncture, chiropractor, pain medications and physical therapy are alternate ways to reduce neck pain.

Shoulder Heating Pad:

Shoulder PainAlmost 20 percent of visits to the doctor’s office is due to the shoulder pain. Shoulder pain and injuries are very common and can affect all age groups.
Some causes of shoulder pain get resolved without a treatment through simple pain relief medicine or ice/heat therapy. While, other reasons include frozen shoulder, osteoarthritis, arthritis, and trauma, mainly affect middle-aged or older people and lasts for a long time.Younger age group of people experience hurting shoulder caused by sports injuries, heavy lifting, overuse of shoulder, and road accidents. However, the minor shoulder distress gets healed faster in younger people.

Heat and cold can both be effective to ease a sore shoulder. The cold pack can be used to soothe the sore muscles immediately after the injury occurs, while the heat wrap is applied after the injured area is no longer swollen. Himalayan salt holds heat for longer and can also be used as a heated massage pack or as a neck and shoulder heating pad.  In some conditions, if you have numbness or tingling in your arm and cannot move it, it is advised to see a doctor, as it may indicate a nerve injury, torn ligament or possibly a broken bone.

Heating Pad for Arthritis:

Arthritis is a form of inflammation and stiffness that happens to the joints and gets worse with age. Individuals with severe arthritis find it difficult to do their daily tasks. Many older age people have arthritis which makes it difficult for them to sit up straight or walk comfortably. However, it can also happen to young or middle-aged people and increase with age. The most common signs are stiffness, swelling, distress, redness and decreased the range of motion. The common types of arthritis include osteoarthritis and rheumatoid. However, the treatment is different for each kind. One of the simple ways to treat arthritis aches is by applying heat or cold to the affected joints.

“is heat good for arthritis” ? is one of the most common concerns people have in regards to heat therapy and arthritis. Heat applied to joints ease muscle spasm and stiffness; while cold helps to reduce inflammation and swelling.
The heat-wrap is used to warm up joints before any physical therapy or exercise. However, the cold pad is suggested to apply after few hours to reduce swelling.

Reference:
Oosterveid FG, Rasker JJ. Treating arthritis with locally applied heat or cold. Semin Arthritis Rheum. 1994;24(2):82–90. [PubMed]

Heating Pad for Cramps:

heating pad for period crampsA muscle cramp can happen to any individual at any time and defined as a tough contraction or tightening of a muscle that can last for several minutes or longer. However, several causes and forms of cramp may be brought on by different conditions or activities. Exercise, injuries, lack of minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium, cold temperatures, and dehydration are one of the well-known causes of the most common cramp experienced by everyone.

Majority of women experience pregnancy cramp, menstrual cramp and often refer to non-medical treatments to reduce the agony. Heat wrap works for relieving menstrual cramps like our heating pad for menstrual cramps. Heat helps to relax muscles and usually used as ibuprofen for dysmenorrhea pain. Mayo Clinic refers to the heat-pad for cramps to be as effective as over-the-counter pain medication for relieving menstrual cramps.

There is over-the-counter medication available to overcome discomfort and suggested for other causes of cramps due to medical conditions such as kidney and thyroid diseases. However, cramps can naturally be decreased by taking the following actions:

  • Stretch and massage muscles
  • Take warm shower
  • Apply heat pad or cold pad
  • Drink lots of water
  • Exercise daily
  • Eat healthy food and consume your minerals
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Precautions:

  • Follow the Heating Instructions and DO NOT overheat the product
  • Clean microwave from any previous spills and oil which can cause the product to burn
  • Make sure! Do NOT heat the product for more than 2 min continuously.
  • Check the heat pad temperature before applying it to the body
  • DO NOT wash the heating pad with the white salt bag inside it. Remove the white bag and ONLY wash the removable cotton bag in Green.
  • Dry the heating pad’s cover carefully before using it again.
  • Try to keep out of reach of children
  • Keep Product away from water

Note:

  • Short amounts of heat therapy are sufficient for a minor back tension (such as 15 to 20 minutes).
  • For more serious injuries, longer sessions of heat may be more beneficial (such as 30 minutes to 2 hours, or more)

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Questions & Answers

How does a heating pad help menstrual cramps?

The very first question people ask when it comes to a heating pad for menstrual cramps is that, how and why do heating pads help cramps in general. According to Dr. Micheal Zinger, heat causes muscles to relax and increase blood flow to the uterus and thereby reduces period pain. The Heating pad or heat therapy also aids to improve tissue elasticity and decrease soreness. Heat treatments block pain signals to the brain and deactivate the pain.

Can you use a heating pad while pregnant?

While using a heating pad relieve joints, muscles and back pain during pregnancy. It is not recommended to apply the heat pad on your abdomen directly. Abdominal and back pain in pregnant women is universally experienced by many women at some point during their pregnancy. However, in some cases, it can be due to other conditions such as bleeding, compromised posture, rising hormone levels, and increased weight.

A heat wrap only provides temporary relief for back pain and cramps, as it opens the blood vessels and brings fresh oxygen or nutrients that ease tension in the back. Unlike sauna or hot tubs, a heat- pad will not raise the core body temperature which could lead to an increased risk of birth defects and miscarriage. The heating wrap is an alternate method to decrease a backache and increase your range of motion. However, it is always suggested to consult your doctor if you experience discomfort.

How to use a heating pad?

Heat therapy: If you are using the heat wrap for heat therapy, then place it in the microwave and heat it for 2 minutes under medium settings. If you want to make it warmer, then you can add increments of 20 seconds for extra heat. Please be careful NOT to overheat the bag or leave it in the microwave for longer than 2 minutes. The Himalayan salt in the bag absorbs heat faster and gets heated quickly.

Cold therapy: For a cold therapy put the pad inside a sealable plastic bag and place it in the freezer for 1 to 2 hours. For all knee pain, swelling joints and right after injury it is recommended to use the cold pack. However, it should not be used for longer than 25 minutes, as it may cause a nerve ache.

How hot does a heating pad get?

Unlike other electric heating pads, the microwavable pad is warmed in a microwave. Heat pad retains the moisture in the microwave and releases it back on the skin. The recommended heat is between 76 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit. However, the heat pad could get extra hot if not handled properly.

Is a heating pad good for back pain?

Yes, as it rushes the blood flow and transfers all healthy nutrients and oxygen to the injured area. It helps to relax all the muscles and joints that initially cause the back pain.

Different causes can aggravate a hurting back. Nonetheless, the heat pad is globally used as a convenient method to reduce minor backaches.

Is a heating pad good for arthritis?

It may vary depending on the type of arthritis. However, the heat wrap is used to control the ache and relax muscles. Arthritis can happen to hands or knees, and in both situations, the heat pad can be a great help to reduce the ache by increasing the blood flow to the aching joint or muscle. Since medical professionals recommend a deep penetrating moist heat for arthritis treatment, it makes the microwavable heat/cold wrap a perfect choice.

When NOT to use a heating pad?
  • On fresh open wounds
  • On a freshly pulled muscle
  • On a child under age of 8
  • If you have sensitive skin to heat
  • On an injured, bruised, inflamed, and swollen body part
  • If you have a medical condition such as diabetes
Is a heating pad good for sciatica?

Yes, any heat therapy helps to relax stiff muscles that press on a sciatic nerve and cause lower back pain.

Where to buy heating pad?

If you are looking for where to buy a microwavable natural salt crystal heating pad, only La Naturess sells this product, and it is also available in their Amazon store. Call us now: 905-625-6530 or Buy online Today

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3 reviews for Himalayan Salt Heating Pad For Pain Relief

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Zohal Naqshbandy

    I really love this product, it is an inexpensive and most effective way to get relieved from back pain on a long-term basis. Its soft, easy to use in the microwave and stays heated for a long time compared to other microwavable hearing pad. I would recommend this product to anyone that has minor lower back pain and stomach or menstrual cramps. Easily washable and love how it comes in a bag which makes it easy to travel with.

    • La Naturess (verified owner)

      Thank you for your feedback. 🙂

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Humaira Irfan

    I have used La Naturess Himalayan salt heating pad and i must say that it is amazing. It heals aches and pains so quickly. I use it by moistening it and then heating it and the Himalayan salt crystals give off a heated moisture that is so relaxing and gives you relief from aches in minutes. Wonderful product!!

    • La Naturess (verified owner)

      Thank you for your feedback and Review.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Megan

    OMG! i love love love Love It… Ladies, If your Suffering from menstrual Cramps you gotta try this, It really helped me with my cramps and back pain. i Loved how it came with two sizes and a cute handy bag!! i used the small heating pad on my tummy and the big one on my back and just fell asleep with it without fear of getting burnt! Totally Recommend it! 🙂

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