The Gladiator Blanket can provide relief to those managing a common condition or injury.

Pain is a natural way of knowing something is wrong within your body. Everyone experiences pain at some point in their lifetime, that is inevitable. However, when pain becomes chronic it can severely impact your quality of life. Chronic pain is often attributed to a common condition or injury. 66 percent of pain sufferers expect to live with some pain for the rest of their life. But what if there was a way to find real relief to the pain that’s disrupting your life?

The Gladiator Blanket has been helping individuals suffering from an array of symptoms and pains to find relief. Some common conditions the Gladiator Blanket has been known to help are:

How are these conditions typically managed?

Arthritis

There are over 100 types of arthritis. The joint pain can range from mild to severe based upon the type of arthritis and the joints that are affected. A few of the most common ways to relieve joint pain consist of:

  • Weight loss
  • Staying active with exercise
  • Applying ice and heat to joints
  • Muscle rubs or creams
  • Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications
  • Prescription medications
  • Surgery

Athletic Recovery

For athletes, mild pain or discomfort is typical after an intense workout. It is common for an athlete to know their own body and their limitations. But when they do experience pain following their routine, there are ways to cope with anticipated discomforts. Some of the best home remedies for muscle recovery include:

  • Staying hydrated
  • Getting adequate sleep
  • Eating protein before or after a workout
  • Icing sore muscles
  • Stretching your muscles daily
  • Muscle rubs or creams
  • Anti-inflammatory medications

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The pain of Carpal Tunnel can require surgery if left untreated. However, there are alternatives to manage the symptoms. Some of the home remedies for managing Carpal Tunnel pain include:

  • Wrist or hand exercises and stretches
  • Icing your wrist
  • Use of a splint or wrist brace
  • Muscle rubs or creams
  • Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications
  • Prescription medications
  • Surgery

Chronic Back Pain

Back pain can be acute or chronic. Often times, chronic back pain is the reason that individuals look for ways to find alternatives to addressing their pain and symptoms. Addressing chronic back pain can require a medical professional’s evaluation. This is because chronic pain conditions are a result of something else that’s going on or a lasting result of an injury. A few common ways to manage chronic pain consist of:

  • Physical therapy-based exercises and stretches
  • Applying ice and heat to joints
  • Use of a back brace
  • Muscle rubs or creams
  • Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications
  • Prescription medications
  • Surgery

Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis (IBD)

Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are both a result of prolonged inflammation that affects the digestive tract. There is no known cure to inflammatory bowel disease, although there are ways to help reduce the severity, frequency, or duration of a flare-up. Some common ways to find relief are:

  • Dietary changes to avoid food-related discomfort
  • Stay hydrated
  • Exercise regularly
  • Stress management techniques (like meditation)
  • Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications
  • Prescription medications
  • Surgery (to repair complications)

Insomnia

For individuals that are struggling to fall asleep or stay asleep throughout the night, insomnia could be the culprit. Getting a full night’s sleep of eight hours can be difficult. The side effects of not getting enough sleep can affect other areas of your life. A few of the most common ways to find relief from insomnia are:

  • Keep a consistent sleep schedule
  • Eliminate stimulants like caffeine and alcohol
  • Exercise regularly
  • Stress management techniques (like meditation)
  • Avoid using electronic devices before bed
  • Over-the-counter medications or herbal remedies (like melatonin)
  • Prescription sleep medications

Wound Healing and Bruising

Any injury that involves an open wound or bruising will take time to fully heal. The amount of time is dependent upon the deepness of the injury, the severity, and the body’s ability to address the problem. A healthy person may recover from a wound or bruise quicker than someone who is unhealthy and overweight.

  • Apply heat to the injury site
  • Keep the wound clean and protected
  • Stay hydrated and eat a healthy diet
  • Apply Aloe Vera to the injury site
  • Over-the-counter medications (healing ointments)
  • Prescription medications
  • Surgery (to repair complications)

Medications may help, but they may also have side effects.

When it comes to managing the symptoms of a common condition or injury, Medication can help. Medications are created to help, but often times they interact with the body in other ways. Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) can help to reduce an excess of inflammation, however, they are not meant to be used long term. If long-term use is required, it’s best to consult with a medical professional. Even with prescription medications, the longer the medications are used, the more likely side effects can occur.

While all anti-inflammatory medications are intended to relieve the inflammation that causes pain, there are also risks. For example, even short-term use of over-the-counter NSAIDs can increase your risk of a heart attack or stroke, stomach bleeding, and liver or kidney problems. In the case of prescription medications, the risks are much more serious and range upon the type of medication you’re prescribed, the dose, and duration of time you take them.

How does the Gladiator Blanket help with a common condition or injury?

The far infrared technology of our patented ceramics is the secret to our success. However, it isn’t a secret at all! Far infrared radiation has the potential to stimulate cells and tissues to recover and heal quickly and naturally. The far infrared radiation is transferred into the body in the form of photons, which improve circulation and reduce inflammation that can cause pain. Therefore, the far infrared technology can safely increase an overall state of wellbeing.

 

Unlike medications and other therapeutic medical devices, the Gladiator Blanket has no known side effects.

 

Circulation and Inflammation

With improved circulation, the body can get healthy nutrients and oxygen to where they’re needed quickly. Also, the waste of the cells can be removed more quickly. This quicker transition helps to improve the body’s ability to regenerate new healthy cells. Therefore, you can heal faster! The healthier the body is, the less inflammation will be present throughout the body. And where there’s less inflammation, there’s less pain.

The Gladiator Blanket just works.

The Gladiator Blanket has offered relief to individuals suffering from all of the conditions listed above, and more! The blanket can provide relief after an injury or during a flare-up, but it can also be used to prevent pain as well. Therefore, anyone can truly benefit from the therapeutic benefits of the Gladiator Therapeutics Far Infrared Blanket!

 

The body will only take in as much far infrared as it needs, the rest is safely discarded, so there are no limitations to using the Gladiator Blanket!

 

Try our blanket today!

We understand that your health is an important investment, and we want to help you experience recovery, at the speed of light. We are so sure that our blanket will help to improve the quality of life for the individuals that use our product, that we are offering an introductory offer that allows anyone who orders any size Gladiator Blanket to try it for FREE for 30 days! And if you don’t experience the relief you need, you can simply send it back with no questions asked.

Are you ready to experience Recovery, at the Speed of Light?
Order your Gladiator Blanket today! Call us at 844-IT-WORKS

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