in this tutorial we’ll take a closer lookat the Sunbeam xpressheat heating pad My name is Vicky from feel pain relief let’s go check it out here with the Sunbeam xpressheatheating pad I have been using it for about a year now and I thought it was time toshare my experience with this heating pad with you guys this is topackage it comes in it ships easy and the pad was delivered after few days thereare few things with this heating pad that stands out it heats up very quickly it takes around30 seconds for the heating pad to get
hot I would guess that’s why it’s calledxpressheat right this is what they claim and I find it to be very true aswell it does heat up very quickly the heating pad its very soft and verycomfortable it’s made out of microplush please material I often place itdirectly on my skin because they like to pad really hot my husband not so much so he used it lower heat number he also likes having a shirt on or put a towelin between when he puts it on his back this Sunbeam xpressheat heating padwith six heat setting one being the least 6 being the hottest I find itplenty hot and heat setting number 6
I’ve read some reviews though wherepeople think it doesn’t get hot enough so if you’re looking for is super hotheating pad you might want to look at something else for me it has absolutelybeen hot enough when I put it on heat setting number six another great feature is that you cankeep the heat on it has an option of continues heat so if you wanted to keep iton for long periods of time you can the other option is that the heat pad shutsoff by itself after two hours disagree great feature in case youforget to turn it off
so this heating pad the Sunbeamxpressheat is classified as a large or extra large heating pad the box says 12times 24 inches but I measured it and it is actually a little bit smaller thanthat more like 11 times 23.5 and that is on the smaller side for a large heatingpad so it can be used both as a dry heating pad or a moist heating pad toget the moist feature you unplug it you spray it with some water and thenenjoye that extra heat but there are many benefits of using heat to ease paintalk about the few benefits of using this Sunbeam Xpressheat heating pad sofor me I sit in front of the computer
all day my neck and shoulders and backmuscles tighten up using this heating pad helps my muscles relax and itloosens up the muscle knots it also gives me that good feeling you feelrelaxed and calm and it’s just really comfortable with the heat also does isincrease the blood flow in the treated area which helps speed up the healingprocess if you have an injury it can absolutely help with pain relief Ease back pain neck pain shoulder painor other joint pain the pad is it’s very flexible so you canwrap it around it join if necessary I
play soccer and sometimes I just get mepain so I used the pad and just wrapped around my me to get that extra heat ok so that was a little bit about thisSunbeam xpress heat heating pad I don’t want to keep you too long but if youwant more information on this heating pad I review it in detail over at thewebsite feel pain relief dot com I do a top 10 heating pad review and as of nowthis heating pad this Sunbeam xpress heat heating pad is the number oneauction so if you go to the page the top 10 heating pads and you click the linkit will take you to an indepth review
Natural Treatments for Menopause
Hey, guys, Axe here, of naturalmedicine and founder of DrAxe . Today I’m going to talk to you about menopause naturaltreatments including the best diet and supplements for menopause. I guarantee after you learnthese five secrets, you’re going to see great results immediately. In fact, I think you’llstart seeing results in 24 hours with your menopause symptoms going away if you followthese tips. Let’s start off with diet, the top foods thatare causing hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms you might be struggling with. Thefirst food you’ve got to get out of your diet is processed sugar. Surprisingly, processedsugar wreaks more havoc than anything and
here’s the big reason. It causes yeast andcandida overgrowth in your gut, which is also responsible for hormone production. Again,the big problem with sugar is it causes inflammation along with yeast overgrowth in the body. You’vegot to get rid of processed sugar. The second food you’ve got to get out is processedsoy. Soy products, unless it’s fermented like natto, you want to get completely out becauseit contains certain types of estrogens that aren’t good for your body. Number three, conventional meats, they’repacked with hormones, steroids, antibiotics, and they’re fed genetically modified organisms.We know the hormones from the meat you eat
can affect your hormones, in turn causingissues like hot flashes, low energy levels, low sex drive and much more. Again, stay awayfrom conventional meat products. The next food you want to stay away from ispackaged foods. Packaged foods typically contain hydrogenated oils and refined flours. Gettingrid of those would be wise. Also, artificial sweeteners, Splenda, sucralose, also aspartameknown as NutraSweet. Those artificial sweeteners will wreak havoc on your hormones. Last but not least, in general, also get ridof any type of gluten. Gluten in your diet causes inflammation of your gut lining, whichcan even lead to autoimmune disease. If you’re
struggling with anything autoimmune relatedand have menopause symptoms, it’s definitely because of issues like gluten. The next thing you want to do is here arethe top foods that can help balance your hormones and help you get rid of menopause symptoms.The first one is going to be healthy fats such as avocado. Avocado is high in potassium,magnesium and omega9 fats, which are great for hormones. Also, omega3 fatty acids, consumingthings like wild caught salmon and other wild caught fish, they’re high in EPA DHA, whichcan help your hormones and is very important as well. Grass fed beef is great. Grass fedbeef is full of iron as well as omega3 fats.
A few other foods that are great. Berriesare high in antioxidants, specifically polyphenols. I wouldn’t consume a lot of fruit, but theone type of fruit you should be eating a lot of is berries. Things like pomegranate aregreat as well. Also, flax seeds. In fact, there are medicalstudies showing that flax seeds and flax meal can help balance hormones. I would do sproutedflax meal or chia or hemp. Doing sprouted seeds, a couple of tablespoons in a morningsuperfood smoothie is always great as well. Coconut products. Coconut oil is the idealfat for you to consume and a great oil for you to cook with. It’s great for blood sugarlevels and balance.
Last but not least, this is the number onesuperfood category for those with menopause symptoms, is cruciferous vegetables such ascauliflower, brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, turnips, kale. I would go online and lookup or go to DrAxe , my website, and look up Axe cruciferous vegetables. I havea whole list there for you. Adding in cruciferous vegetables, here’s thesecret. Cruciferous vegetables contain something called indole3carbanol, which helps yourbody get rid of excess phytoestrogens and bad hormones. It really helps detox. It’slike hormonal detox. It’s like a menopause detox. Getting lots of cruciferous vegetablescan help.