During the Winter "Cold" Months - Wear Back On Track
Friday, January 17, 2014
Posted by Betsy LaBelle
The cold weather crosses the entire United States bringing all of us, body muscle lock-up, muscle stiffness, and genuine immobility. Wouldn't it be great if you could feel free as you look out at the dark dreary day? Back On Track products really will loosen your body. For example people swear that by wearing the Back On Track socks they can walk around for more hours, getting more work and chores done. Later the person realizes that the socks make the difference. The fibers in the products aid in the way your body needs to work, the way your muscles need to be loose and free. Please check out the products at www.backontrackproducts.com. Back on Track's joint and muscle support are all made of functional textiles with heat reflective properties. The textile is a synergy of ancient Chinese experience and modern scientific textile technology. During the manufacturing of polyester- or polyester fibers, the ceramic particles are fused into the fibers. When heated, the ceramic particles radiate a heat back towards the body. This reflected heat is long-wave heat radiation, which is also known as long wave infrared radiation.
If you suffer with foot problems such as poor circulation, pain, or inflammation, or you just like warm feet, you’ll want to try our socks. Constructed of our unique Welltex fabric that’s infused with ceramic powder, our socks reflect your natural body warmth and create a soothing far infrared thermal warmth. This gentle warmth improves circulation, eases pain, and reduces swelling. Initially, we recommend that you wear our socks during the day to get used to the warmth that they reflect. Since you move around more during the day, the socks will reflect that much more of your body warmth. Once you’re comfortable with them, you may find that you’d like to sleep with them at night as well. Our socks are ideal for people with Diabetes. Or you could just wear them for additional warmth.
Long Johns Use Natural Body Warmth to Create Gentle Warmth Therapy
Our Long Johns provide soothing warmth that relieves groin, superficial hip, and leg muscle pain, as well as menstrual discomfort and the cold sensation sometimes associated with bladder problems. How do they accomplish this? With Back on Track’s specially designed ceramic-infused fabric, Welltex. The ceramic powder reflects your own body warmth and creates a soothing far infrared thermal warmth, which reduces pain and inflammation, relaxes muscles, and increases blood circulation. Warmth therapy is a well-recognized method used for healing injured muscles, joints, and tendons. Our Long Johns’ fabric is smooth and thin, making it comfortable to wear.
The Long Johns are now also available in a 100% polypropylene fabric. The polypropylene fabric's unique advantage is that it is both extra durable and very effective at wicking away sweat and humidity. It also is much less likely to get burled than polyester as the polypropylene fabric has much longer fibers. However, polypropylene is less elastic than polyester, so one needs to chose size more carefully. The fabric is smooth and soft.
Due to its excellent wicking qualities, this garment is well suited as underwear or an extra layer during physical activity.
Our Long Sleeve Shirt provides soothing warmth therapy that’s particularly helpful in relieving shoulder, arm, and elbow pain. How do we accomplish this? With Back on Track’s specially designed fabric - Welltex, a blend of polyester with ceramic powder melted into the threads. The ceramic reflects your own body warmth and creates a soothing far infrared thermal warmth, which may help to reduce pain and inflammation, relax muscles, and increase blood circulation. Warmth therapy is a well-recognized method used for healing injured muscles, joints, and tendons. For injury prevention, you can wear this shirt prior to exercise to loosen and warm up muscles. Some people wear it in the winter for additional warmth.
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