GLOVES FOR SCLERODERMA

MANAGE JOINT PAIN & STIFFNESS

Blending technology and fashion, FIBREHEAT™ self-heating gloves for scleroderma patients provide sustained heat over the hand and fingers without the use of batteries or wires. When the connective tissues in your hands tighten, you need pain relief fast and our products can significantly reduce joint pain and stiffness.



WHAT IS SCLERODERMA?

Scleroderma, or systemic sclerosis, is generally classified an autoimmune rheumatic disease. Also called systemic sclerosis, this disease affects connective tissue causing them to harden and tighten. Scleroderma symptoms most often affect the skin, but there are cases in which the blood vessels, internal organs and digestive tract are affected. Like many autoimmune disorders, scleroderma is hard to diagnosis, but with additional research doctors may be able to identify and start treatment sooner. The main cause of scleroderma is an abnormal amount of collagen in body tissues. It is unknown why excessive amounts of collagen occurs, but for individuals dealing with afflictions to the skin, fingers and hands, there are ways to manage the pain.

WHO GETS IT?

According to the Scleroderma Foundation, the disease is most common in women between 25 and 55 years old and affects approximately 300,000 Americans. Women are at a higher risk for scleroderma than men and some research indicates that a susceptibility gene exists, although it is not the cause of the disease.

HOW IS SCLERODERMA RELATED TO RAYNAUD’S DISEASE?

People who suffer from scleroderma often identify extreme sensitivity to cold temperatures as the first sign of the disease. Cold temperatures will cause the fingers to change color, numbness and pain. These symptoms are common to Raynaud’s Disease.

People who suffer from scleroderma often identify extreme sensitivity to cold temperatures as the first sign of the disease. Cold temperatures will cause the fingers to change color, numbness and pain. These symptoms are common to Raynaud’s Disease and many have discovered that FIBREHEAT™ Scleroderma heated gloves can greatly reduce painful symptoms.

Raynaud’s is a known circulatory problem. Sufferers’ describe the throbbing pain and their reactions to cold temperatures as “attacks” which can last anywhere from a few minutes to several hours. Though, many with scleroderma suffer from secondary forms of Raynaud’s, most people with Raynaud’s disease will NOT develop scleroderma. Read how our products provided relief from Raynaud’s symptoms and can improve your daily lifestyle.

Read more about other autoimmune diseases associated with Raynaud’s Disease.

  • Arthritis
  • Lupus


MANAGING SCLERODERMA

Scleroderma can be difficult to diagnosis because it is an autoimmune disease and although there is no cure, there are steps that can be taken and lifestyle changes that help manage or reduce pain.

  • Exercise improves circulation and increases range of motion which can help relieve stiffness in your skin and joints.
  • Reduce stress levels, mental health can have a direct impact on your physical health.
  • Quit smoking. Nicotine causes blood vessels to contract contributing to a Raynaud’s attack.
  • Find therapeutic pain relief by wearing FIBREHEAT™ Self Heating Gloves designed for scleroderma patients

It is not always possible to avoid cold temperatures, but warming gloves can assist in keeping your hands at a constant temperature and offer pain relief. Learn more about how FIBREHEAT™ products differ from others on the market.



SELF-HEATING GLOVES BY FIBREHEAT™ CAN HELP

FIBREHEAT™ self-heating gloves for scleroderma have a scientifically backed technology that provides even, constant heat to your hands without batteries or plugs. Our therapy gloves are made from a thin material and can be worn during all seasons and not be a hinderance in most activities. Hand stiffness and swelling can be maintained or reduced with the help of scleroderma heated gloves. Don’t choose between comfort and fashion, instead choose FIBREHEAT