Yes, a heating pad that is applied to the area of neck pain can often relieve muscle tension and pain, especially when the neck pain is due to cervical osteoarthritis (spondylosis). The heating pad should be used for no more than 20 minutes at a time.
yes, the heating pad helps your muscles and tendons to relax and it would greatly help a kinked neck.
Try using a heating pad on it about 15 minutes a night. Make sure you are not laying your head/neck in an odd position to cause it to stiffen your neck. Use a big fluffy pillow to support your neck at night.
You can get rid of neck pain by going to a doctor, it's much more efficient. Also you can exercise the muscles slowly, using a heating pad and getting a message.
The way to reset a therapeutic heating pad when it says F2 is to unplug the heating pad. It the error code F2 is still showing, you will need to call the company or return the heating pad in case of malfunction.
That would have to be one darn hot heating pad. So, no, probably not.
Yes. It is safe to use heating pad in pregnancy. But avoid putting it on abdomen.
Temperature can vary from heating pad to heating pad. The maximum that any will probably reach is somewhere around 180 degrees F.
There are a number of potential benefits in using a microwave heating pad. Some of those advantages include being able to use them to relieve aches and pain especially with neck and back aches. They can be used to provide heat in the winter and they retain their heat longer than other methods.
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Yes, you can.
Not sure about a bruise, but yes a heating pad can cause burns. If it malfunctions it can burn. Also, some people have been burned even with a properly working heating pad. That is why you should always be cautious in using them.
Yes, a heating lamp is an alternative source of heat for your leopard gecko.