Ice vs heat

Learn when to use ice and when to use heat for pain relief. Discover the benefits of each method and find the best solution for your needs.
❄️ ICE: If you have an acute injury or swelling. Ice reduces inflammation, numbs pain, and controls swelling like a champ. Remember to apply ice for 15-20 minutes every 2-3 hours and never place it directly on your skin. 🔥 HEAT: Tight muscles or lingering pain? Heat dilates blood vessels, improves circulation, and relaxes muscles. Apply a warm towel or use a heating pad for 15-20 minutes, but be cautious not to overdo it! Remember to consult with your OC provider for personalized advice. Organisation, Muscles, Back Pain, Reduce Inflammation, Pain Relief, Sore Body, Body Healing, Sick Remedies, Health Remedies

❄️ ICE: If you have an acute injury or swelling. Ice reduces inflammation, numbs pain, and controls swelling like a champ. Remember to apply ice for 15-20 minutes every 2-3 hours and never place it directly on your skin. 🔥 HEAT: Tight muscles or lingering pain? Heat dilates blood vessels, improves circulation, and relaxes muscles. Apply a warm towel or use a heating pad for 15-20 minutes, but be cautious not to overdo it! Remember to consult with your OC provider for personalized advice.

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