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How to choose a heated gloves for Raynaud syndrome

Topheated is a heated gloves manufacturer, we talks with many consumer, so we know their need. We know what kind of heated gloves can effectively help patients with Raynaud’s disease reduce the pain of winter. First we introduce Raynauds disease Raynaud’s syndrome, also known as Raynaud’s phenomenon, is a medical condition caused by vasospasm that results in reduced blood flow, usually involving the fingers, which can cause pain, discoloration (pallor) and cold or numbness in the affected limbs. For those patients, this is often painful and sometimes even obstructive. People with Raynaud’s disease can become dangerous if they are exposed to cold weather. And how the heated gloves work? Heated gloves is heating by rechargeable battery, working hours usually more than 2 hours. Our produce thin heated gloves liner suitable for indoor wear. This is a kind super soft and thin electric heated work gloves, made by elastane and polyester. …

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5 Reasons why you need the heated gloves in winter

Why do I need electric heated gloves ?When the body is under the stimulation of low temperature and humidity for a long time, the vessels on the body surface will spasm, and the blood flow will be reduced, resulting in tissue ischemia and hypoxia, and cell damage, especially in the parts with poor circulation at the distal end of the limbs, such as fingers. Rechargeable heated gloves help you avoid frostbite. 1 level frostbite was the lightest, That’s common “frostbite”. It was damaged in the epidermis. The skin of the frozen part was red, swollen and congested. It felt hot, itchy and burning. The symptoms disappeared in a few days. After the recovery, there was no scar except the epidermis fell off.2 level frostbite. The degree of frostbite is superficial dermis. In addition to redness and swelling after injury, accompanied by blisters, which can be bloody fluid, deep edema, severe …

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