Reduce Pain and Improve Circulation
FibreHeat™ self-heated therapy gloves offer relief for a wide range of individuals battling ailments from debilitating circulatory problems to autoimmune disorders and other illness. Our gloves help with poor circulation, can reduce finger numbness, and alleviate painful symptoms in your hands - all without batteries or wires. Manage stiff joints and inflammation with our scientifically backed unique technology and 3D knitted fabric. Our therapy gloves keep warmth trapped inside the glove and surrounding your hands for longer-lasting pain relief.
Who Needs Self-Heated Therapy Gloves?
Therapy gloves benefit anyone suffering from circulatory ailments that result in stiff joints and painful inflammation in their hands and fingers. The sustained heat that therapy gloves can provide is beneficial in the treatment of a variety of conditions. FibreHeat™ started with a goal to create a fashionable glove without wires or batteries to benefit people with Raynaud’s syndrome who suffer from severe Raynaud’s attacks. A glove that can deliver sustained heat without being bulky significantly reduces Raynaud’s cold triggers and improves a patient's quality of life. We quickly learned that our gloves could offer that same relief to anyone suffering from a range of circulatory issues. If you suffer from any of the following chronic illnesses, or you’re at an environmental or occupational risk for poor hand circulation, FibreHeat™ self-heated therapy gloves can help you live a better life.
Cold Hand Relief For Circulatory Problems
Heated therapy gloves can improve blood flow and reduce swelling around inflamed or stiff joints for people with many chronic illnesses and autoimmune disorders:
- Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Varicose Veins
- Raynaud’s Disease
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Edema
Inflammation and Joint Pain Management
Heated therapy gloves can help enhance circulation, deliver more oxygen to fingers, and help remove lactic acid buildup, which can benefit many people who aren't looking to treat a chronic illness:
- People with bad circulation after surgery
- Those who’ve suffered an injury that causes edema
- Muscle decline or atrophy as a result of being bed bound
- People who stand all day
- Pregnant women
- Pilots or frequent business travelers with poor blood flow from extended air travel
- Athletes or laborers who over-use hands and extremities
Tested & Proven Glove Technology
The difference between our therapy gloves and others on the market is the science behind FibreHeat™ patent-pending material and construction. We spent months testing our smart fabric to prove that it truly works and would relieve painful poor circulatory issues. Our therapy gloves combine your own body heat, materials science, and the environment to generate an even, constant heat to keep hands warm. Since there’s no battery pack or external power source required, our gloves are less bulky, more fashionable, and more functional.
Our seamless 3D knitting process use syour own body processes to produce sustained warmth. Your body’s natural thermoregulation activates when you are either too hot or too cold. When your body senses coldness, capillaries near the surface of the skin constrict to trap in heat. Our technology harnesses this heat to increase and maintain warmth in fingers and extremities - creating a steady self-generating warmth and gentle heat that is safer than unregulated battery-powered alternatives. The heat generated by FibreHeat™ technology is self-contained, convenient, and keeps your hands and fingers warmer for a longer period of time that other products on the market.
Whether you are looking to purchase therapy gloves to manage the symptoms of chronic illness, or you want a high-quality self-heating glove to keep your hands warm during cold months, FibreHeat™ is a brand you can rely on for scientifically-backed, technologically-advanced and fashionable gloves.
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