The hand is one of the most complex anatomical structures in the human body and is capable of performing very sophisticated functions. It has the ability to execute complex tasks involving various combinations of different skills and abilities involving grip, movement, sensory feedback and motor coordination [Buhman et al. 2000; Dianat et al. 2012]. Wearing gloves and sleeves support for hands, fingers or wrist can protect us against negative symptoms that occur due to an overuse, injury, poor circulation or a medical condition like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, diabetes, etc. A single option – wearing infrared gloves and sleeves for hand problems may not do too much but they are a good choice to prevent or decrease the symptoms.
Infrared Raynaud’s gloves are a great option to those experiencing symptoms of Raynaud’s phenomenon. But obviously there are not all the same and sometimes is hard to choose or you do not know which one are the best. The difference between our Infrared Raynaud’s Gloves and others on the market (infrared or non-infrared) is the science behind our patented technology – Celliant® FDA approved material. Celliant® Infrared Technology uses thermo-reactive natural minerals able to convert body heat into infrared energy and reflect it back to your body.
Our gloves for arthritis work using infrared light rays in order to lessen the pain in arthritic joints and restore a degree of mobility to the fingers. The top 5 benefits of wearing arthritis gloves are: (1) Relief of Chronic Pain, (2) Improved Circulation, (3) Ease of Use, (4) Return to Everyday Activities, (5) Zero Side Effects.
Wearing Arthritis Gloves are recommended by occupational therapists as one of the alternative treatment methods for rheumatoid arthritis.
Warm your hands and alleviate pain and discomfort with arthritis gloves featuring infrared technology. These convenient gloves are recommended by doctors as a natural option to combat swelling you may experience due to arthritis. The term arthritis means “inflammation of the joint”. Together with the rheumatic diseases that affect the soft tissues, arthritis encompasses more than 100 different conditions.