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How Building a Resilient Supply Chain Helped Rapid Aid Customers

Covid, Inflation, Costs, and Labor. How Building a Resilient Supply Chain Helped Rapid Aid Customers Meet Demand During Uncertain Times.

By | cold pack, Hot Pack

Over the last few years, supply chains worldwide have taken a beating, and most are feeling the impact of disruptions on global trade. A recent study by analyst firm Statistica[1] showed that manufacturing took the brunt of these disruptions due to raw materials, labor, and cargo capacity shortages. In fact, the global economy saw a 3.4 percent drop in economic growth, resulting in over two trillion U.S. dollars of lost economic output.

The impact of the shortages has resulted in abrupt price increases for consumers and a loss of reputation for many companies.

Companies are bouncing back, but with inflation on the rise, the Rapid Aid team has been and continues to apply risk mitigation techniques that provide stability and consistency for our customers.

With production already in three countries, our team was able to use our existing relationships in those countries to help keep a close eye on production costs, tariffs, and other factors that may cause delivery delays and adjust as needed. This focus on customer delivery and quality resulted in the fact that during Covid, not a single customer delivery was missed.

Let’s look at a few methods we used to protect our customers’ brands.

Supply Chain Resilience from Supplier Diversity

You may not think about all the raw materials that go into a reusable hot and cold pack or instant heat pack. Everything from the plastic used in the bags to the many different ingredients to make our gel and the cardboard boxes used to ship products out of our facilities is sensitive to price and availability.

For example, the cardboard box industry saw more demand over the pandemic as consumers increasingly turned to e-commerce — where the cardboard box is king. Compounded by a reduction in wartime timber exports from Ukraine and Russia, we’ve seen a significant impact on the price and availability of paper and corrugate.

Equally challenging was the access to the raw materials, such as fertilizer, used in instant cold packs. The war, compounded by Covid lockdowns in China, created supply shortages that increased costs.

As prices increased or shortages were predicted, our manufacturing teams located diverse suppliers in other countries who could meet our needs. Combined with multi-country manufacturing facilities, we maintained production volume and quality without impacting the customer.

Over the years, we have created hundreds of unique product types as user demands change. Each solution may require new manufacturing techniques, materials, and suppliers. This diversification has created more resiliency.

Location. Location. Location.

Rapid Aid has wholly owned manufacturing facilities in Canada, China, and Vietnam. By placing our facilities in these areas of the world, we have access to raw materials, a robust and competitive labor market, and favorable tariffs.

Tariffs vary from country to country

A tariff is a tax imposed on imported or exported goods. The tariffs applied to imports from China were so significant that moving production to our facility in Vietnam provided substantial savings to our customers while retaining control over quality and delivery schedules.

The Overseas Labor Market

A stable labor market is essential to produce hot and cold packs at a consistent volume.

China and Vietnam have robust labor markets due to many factors, including a large population, relatively low wages, and government policies promoting economic growth and foreign investment. Additionally, both countries have experienced significant economic development in recent years, leading to increased demand for labor and a growing middle class. Additionally, Vietnam has a relatively young population, which also drives the robust labor market.

We focused on regional labor markets, such as Vietnam, during lockdown periods or when staffing may be of concern during low unemployment periods.

Evaluating Modes of Transport

At the beginning of the pandemic, some ports closed temporarily to limit the spread of the virus. This caused disruptions in international trade and led to delays in the movement of goods. Additionally, some countries imposed additional health protocols and quarantine measures for ships, crews, and cargo, which led to further delays.

Since many of our raw materials are procured in Asia and production occurs in those facilities, the Rapid Aid team worked with our international connections to move raw material shipments from China to Vietnam via truck. This avoided production shutdown in those facilities and the major ports altogether. For inbound shipments from Asia, we moved away from the port of Los Angeles to Vancouver, which experienced fewer issues than the LA port.

In addition, since Canada has the advantage of being in North America, where transportation is more cost-effective and cross-border policies are more favorable, we could avoid U.S. ports and the rising costs of ocean freight. We could also ship many of our products directly from the Canadian facility to the rest of North America without incurring delays.

With port delays, many of our customers requested we ramp up production to account for potentially longer delivery times. With manufacturing capabilities, we were able to meet capacity.

Our Brand is Your Brand

Rapid Aid is the sole owner of all North American and Asian production facilities. Ownership has two benefits: Ramping up manufacturing production as the need arises and providing quality control via a single source manufacturer. You get 100% of your supply directly from the source.

We are also experts in monitoring quality and process control, spending decades understanding (and exceeding) the global compliance requirements necessary to provide customers with the highest quality and safest products. These include our status as ISO 13485 certified, a Class 1 and 11 FDA registered medical device manufacturer with the FDA, Health Canada, the EU and Great Britain.

From senior management to production, the team at Rapid Aid takes pride in the products we manufacture. We market our product as a private label product and our Rapid Relief brand. Enough that both lines are treated with the same quality assuring your company’s reputation is safe using us as a quality manufacturer and reliable partner.

Supply chain disruptions can come in many forms, natural disasters, political instability, supplier bankruptcy, and more. That’s why powerful brands worldwide turn to us and offer them global access to manufacturers, labor, and supplies that keep production costs in check while also improving supply. With our team of specialists, we’ve become experts in supply chain resilience.

Thank you for your trust in us. If you have any questions or want to discuss your concerns, feel free to contact us.


Chronic Back Pain

Managing Chronic Back Pain: Over 16 Million People in North America Suffer From It. Hot and Cold Therapy Can Help

By | cold pack, Hot Pack

Chronic back pain is a widespread issue that can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life. According to the American Chiropractic Association, over 16 million people in North America alone suffer from chronic back pain. It is one of the leading causes of missed work days and is a significant contributor to the growing opioid epidemic. 

Despite its prevalence, there is still a lack of understanding about the causes and treatments of chronic back pain. This article aims to shed light on this common problem and provide readers with useful information and resources to find relief. We will explore the various causes of chronic back pain, including physical and psychological factors, and discuss the available treatment options. Whether you are struggling with chronic back pain yourself or know someone who is, this article will provide valuable insights and guidance.

What Causes Back Pain?

Back pain can be acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term). Acute back pain is usually caused by muscle strain, sprain, or other injuries. In contrast, chronic back pain is often due to underlying conditions such as degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis, or scoliosis. Some common causes include:

  • Muscle strain or sprain: This can occur when the muscles or ligaments in the back are overstretched or torn. This type of back pain is often caused by lifting heavy objects, improper lifting techniques, or sudden movements.
  • Herniated disc: A herniated disc occurs when the soft tissue inside the spine is damaged and pushes out through a tear in the outer layer. This can cause back pain, numbness, and tingling in the legs.
  • Osteoarthritis: This degenerative joint disease occurs when the cartilage in the joints wears down over time. It can cause back pain and stiffness, especially in the lower back.
  • Scoliosis is a condition in which the spine is curved to one side, and it can cause back pain and uneven shoulders or hips.
  • Poor posture: Slouching or sitting for long periods can strain the muscles and ligaments in the back, leading to pain.
  • Stress or tension: Stress and tension can cause muscle tightness and spasms, leading to back pain.

The back pain treatment will depend on the underlying cause and the severity of the pain. For example, if the cause of the pain is a muscle strain, treatment may include rest, ice, physical therapy, and over-the-counter pain medication. If the pain is severe and persistent, a healthcare professional may recommend more aggressive treatment, such as prescription pain medication or surgery.

It is important to work with a healthcare professional to determine the underlying cause of the back pain and the appropriate treatment plan based on the severity of the pain.

Treatment for Back Pain Often Depends on the Underlying Cause and the Severity

If you are experiencing back pain that is severe or persistent, a healthcare provider can help diagnose the underlying cause of the pain and recommend the appropriate treatment options, including:

  • Over-the-counter pain medications: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and naproxen can help reduce inflammation and relieve back pain.
  • Hot or cold packs: Applying a hot or cold pack to the affected area can help reduce inflammation and improve blood flow, which can help alleviate pain.
  • Massage or physical therapy: Massage and physical therapy can help stretch and strengthen the muscles in the back, which can help reduce pain and improve mobility.
  • Chiropractic care: This involves manipulating the spine to help align the bones and improve mobility. This can help alleviate back pain.
  • Acupuncture: Acupuncture involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the body to help relieve pain and promote healing. It may be effective in relieving back pain.
  • Surgery: In severe cases, surgery may be necessary to repair damaged tissue or correct underlying conditions such as a herniated disc.

Additionally, making lifestyle changes such as maintaining good posture, staying active, and managing stress can help prevent back pain from occurring in the first place.

Benefits of Using Rapid Aid Hot and Cold Packs for Back Pain

Lower Back Compress Application 5Rapid Aid hot and cold packs are a good solution for back pain because they can provide a quick and convenient way to apply heat or cold to the affected area. Heat therapy can help relax tense muscles and improve blood flow, which can help alleviate pain and stiffness. Cold therapy can help reduce inflammation and numb the area, which can help reduce pain and swelling. Check out this blog for more information on when to apply hot vs. cold therapy to the affected area. 

Rapid Aid hot and cold packs are easy to use and can be applied directly to the skin. They are also reusable, which makes them a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option for managing back pain.

Our Universal Reusable Hot and Cold Compress is the perfect solution for lower back pain, as the wrap features soft fabric and a self-adhering wrap for hands-free relief. For instant, on-the-go pain relief, our 3-in-1 instant wrap easily activates using our FTP™ (Fold-to-Pop) technology.

Check out our full line of products here, which include reusable gels, gel beads, oat, and clay products. 

It’s important to follow the instructions for using hot and cold packs to ensure they are used safely and effectively. For example, it’s generally recommended to apply heat for 20-30 minutes at a time and to apply cold for 15-20 minutes at a time. It’s also important to wrap the hot or cold pack in a towel or other protective layer to avoid damaging the skin. nd, don’t forget that we always recommend medical attention if needed.

Contact Rapid Aid to Learn More About Stocking These Products Products

Back pain is a constant problem for millions of people and can be debilitating for the affected individual. Contact Rapid Aid today to learn more about our product range if you are ready to stock back pain products to help your customers and create a new revenue stream.

hot and cold therapy products for winter pain

Stock up With Hot and Cold Therapy Products for Winter Pain Relief

By | cold pack, Hot Pack

Winter brings exciting holiday cheer, crisp mornings, endless gratitude, plus a suite of seasonal celebrations that bring people together. Whether spending lots of time cuddling under a blanket, sipping on some hot chocolate and peppermint-spiced lattes, or engaging in fun winter sports, there is so much to look forward to. 

For many, though, winter can mean more body stiffness and soreness. People with chronic conditions like arthritis and other chronic pain conditions are more vulnerable to experiencing discomfort. Hot or cold therapy is proven and effective for treating many common minor ailments that could occur during winter. 

Make it easy for your clients and customers to shop for their loved ones and avoid unnecessary discomfort or pain with a range of reusable hot and cold packs and soothing gel products this winter. If experiencing persistent swelling, redness, or difficulty putting pressure on, we recommend that people seek medical attention to help improve those effects.

Warm Up After A Chilly Day Outside

With the chilly, dull, and rainy winter weather, it’s natural for the muscles to feel more tensed up and tight. But there are ways to get you outside and moving in the chilliest of temperatures; without worrying about stiff and painful joints. Rapid Aid offers a diverse range of cozy products designed to make this season even sweeter– while relaxing and soothing achy muscles and frozen feet.

If looking for a natural way to soothe aching joints and increase mobility, heat therapies such as hot and cold reusable gel compress and wraps are designed to deliver long-lasting, safe, soothing pain management. Filled with our deluxe Contour-Gel, it molds easily to the body for added comfort and a closer treatment. Deep penetrating heat stimulates blood flow which helps relax and soothe muscles for instant pain relief.

Cold Therapy Packs for Winter Injuries

With all the unpredictable weather and biting cold, unexpected winter injuries should be seriously considered and prepared for. Common winter injuries such as slips and falls on ice or snow, muscle strain from scraping windshields or shoveling sidewalks, and sports accidents from ice hockey, skating, and tobogganing can happen in an instant. All these injuries can be surprisingly serious if not managed well.

If inflammation results from injury, cold therapy can reduce swelling or alleviate common aches and pains. Our instant cold packs for on-the-spot relief, economical and reusable cold gel compresses and wraps, and clay compresses are incredible for easing swelling or calming inflammation due to overuse, sports injury, or trauma. Furthermore, combining cold and heat can relieve a freshly injured muscle, such as a sprain. Stocking up or carrying the instant hot/cold pack on the go is a great idea for your customers.

For more information about how to treat cold-weather sport injury, check out this blog!

Stay Comfy and Warm with Moist Heat Wraps & Pads 

When temperatures drop, staying warm and bundled up is an excellent way to control and maintain proper body heat. Taking a warm bath with moist heat therapy products provides relaxing hot therapy relief for sore, tired muscles. Our Hot and Cold Therapeutic Oat Bags/ Therapeutic Oat Wrap with handles are perfect for anyone in need of a little nudge when it comes to taking some time for themselves. Strap it around the head for a soothing spa experience at home.

The Ultimate Holiday Gifts

It’s the perfect time to stock up for holiday and Christmas gifts. We provide a unique selection of winter gift ideas, including neck and shoulder warmers, gel slippers, oat bags, gel eye masks, and more. Spread some love and cheer with these thoughtful gift ideas guaranteed to make everyone on the gift list feel extra special and fuzzy inside. These products offer a simple way to relax or soothe sore muscles after a long day, making them an excellent addition to a loved one’s gift basket. Life is hectic and unpredictable, so a relaxation gift will definitely be well received!

Contact Rapid Aid for More Information

With over 45 years of manufacturing excellence, Rapid Aid is your go-to source for all hot and cold therapy systems for convenient and effective pain relief this winter season. Our comprehensive portfolio includes excellent products designed specifically for the needs of each market, and we also provide high-quality private-label solutions

Contact us today to learn more.

How to Treat Hockey Injuries Using Hot and Cold Therapy Products

How to Treat Hockey Injuries Using Hot and Cold Therapy Products

By | cold pack, Hot Pack

Like many other highly physical contact sports, hockey exposes players to a range of common injuries. It’s typical for players to encounter a variety of fast-paced, aggressive, and non-stop impacts that almost inevitably results in injuries of varying complexity and severity. From ankle injuries (ligament issues, fractures, Plantar Fasciitis) to concussions, elbow and shoulder injuries, some risks cannot be completely eliminated even with the appropriate protective gear.

That said, hockey players need to be as careful as possible to mitigate risk of injury and learn how to treat it in case they fall victim to an injury. There are different treatment methods for hockey injuries, and their choice will depend on the severity and type of injury.

Heat Therapy or Cold Therapy

When dealing with sports injuries, the quickest and best way to facilitate recovery is by using cold and heat therapy at the appropriate times so that relief is fast and thorough.

Heat Therapy

Heat therapy treats pain or injuries associated with muscle stress and strain. When muscles are stressed, and in pain, perhaps due to overuse injuries related to grip-related stress, heat therapy can relax the muscles so that the pain subsides. Our instant hot pack for pain relief is the perfect on-the-go solution to soothing stiff muscles/joints and calming soreness.

Cold Therapy

Cold therapy is an excellent and highly effective sports injury mitigation method. Also known as “ice therapy,” “cold therapy” treats new injuries that are sensitive, inflamed, or swollen. The therapy also treats acute pain and damaged superficial tissues like torn muscles. Our wide range of cold compress products, such as reusable cold gel compress & wraps, instant cold packs, and clay compresses, are economical and effective alternatives for treating specific body parts to relieve discomfort.

Ensure you source your hot and cold therapy products from a trusted supplier. Rapid Aid provides the best cold and hot therapy products on the market. Our range of products can be used to treat nearly all types of hockey injuries. If an injury is serious or doesn’t show improvement, we always recommend consulting a sports medicine specialist for alternative treatment.

The PRICE Technique

PRICE is an acronym for Protection, Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. Protection through the use of a support or splint and rest is vital to prevent further damage. Applying ice (cold therapy) reduces pain, swelling, and inflammation, while compression supports the painful area and the joints. Lastly, the appropriate elevation of the injured area facilitates the healing process.

However, being a conservative approach, the PRICE technique can only work for minor injuries like tendonitis, strains, and tears. The method can significantly reduce the athlete’s recovery time if undertaken within a few hours of the injury.

Anti-inflammatory Medications

Besides using hot and cold treatments, athletes can buy over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications such as ibuprofen (Motrin or Advil). These drugs are best used immediately after the injury for pain relief and shouldn’t be used over a long period of time.

Shockwave/EPAT Therapy

Shock therapy is a noninvasive and painless method of dealing with inflammation resulting from hockey injuries. This therapy delivers impulse pressure waves deep into the tissues and muscles to relieve pain.

Other treatment methods for hockey injuries are physical therapy and surgery. Surgery is ideal for severe injuries.

Trust Rapid Aid for Your Hot or Cold Therapy Products

As we are in the middle of the hockey season, teams still need to have a well-stocked first aid kit with all the pain relief and treatment products they may need. Rapid Aid provides the best hot and cold therapy products to retail and medical distributors to support hockey-related injuries and sport medicine needs.

We’re also available for your private white-labeling needs. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote and to learn more about our complete line of cold and hot therapy products.

Foot Pain Got You Down? Why Hot and Cold Therapy Helps and When to Apply It

Foot Pain Got You Down? Why Hot and Cold Therapy Helps and When to Apply It

By | cold pack, Hot Pack

We rely on our feet for many essential tasks. Not only do they support the weight of our body each day, but they are also solely responsible for movement. Foot pain is alarmingly common, with many people experiencing acute foot pain at some point in their lives. From improper footwear to acute injuries or serious conditions like plantar fasciitis or arthritis, there are many reasons why foot pain could occur.

Luckily, foot pain doesn’t have to disrupt your day. Several treatment options can relieve your aching feet and prevent pain in the future. Here are some possible ways to put the spring back in your step.

Consider an Anti-Inflammatory Medication

NSAIDs, ‘non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, like ibuprofen and aspirin, can help ease pain and reduce swelling when used correctly. It’s, however, advisable to use NSAIDS for short periods, as needed, without overreliance.

Apply Heat, Cold, or Both to Your Feet

Both heat and cold therapies have their place in treating foot pain and conditions, albeit differently. Using heat to relieve foot pain complications increases blood flow, helping to soothe aching muscles, improve flexibility and speed the healing of damaged tissues. Heat therapy can soothe stiff joints and relieve achy muscles if you have a foot or ankle condition like arthritis, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, or bunions.

Hot and cold therapy goes a long way toward relieving pain and improving comfort. Conversely, cold therapy restricts blood vessels, reducing inflammation, swelling, and soreness. A combination of both approaches (contrast therapy) can be used depending on your pain or foot condition.

Our multi-use joint pain pack and hot & cold gel slippers are an excellent way to incorporate heat and cold therapy to soothe muscle tension, stiffness, and even chronic foot pain safely, effectively, and conveniently anywhere you are. And when foot pain near the toes or at the heel is present, a multi-purpose foot pain cold pack could be your best bet to feeling better.

The RICE Method May be Necessary

For immediate relief from mild foot pain and acute injuries like athlete’s foot, muscle sprains after a workout, ligament sprains, and bruises, the RICE method is recognized as an excellent first-aid treatment option.

Rest: Stop what you’re doing and take some time off to rest your muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Further activity could lead to additional strain.

Ice: Ice is a tried-and-true solution for minimizing swelling and pain. So, apply a cold pack to the affected area.

Compress: To further promote healing and reduce swelling, compress the affected area by wrapping it firmly, but not too tightly, using an elastic medical bandage. Wrapping the bandage too tightly could interrupt blood flow, delaying recovery.

Elevation: Lastly, elevate your foot using pillows to improve blood flow and reduce swelling to the injured area.

Indulge in a Good Soak Using Epsom Salt

Epsom salt works amazingly for muscle aches and stress. If your feet are tired and sore, a warm Epsom salt foot bath can provide much-needed pain relief. Many people report increased muscle relaxation when they soak in warm water and Epsom salt.

Massage and Stretch

Like any other body part, your feet also benefit from a regular rubdown. After a long day of walking around, you may need a good, wholesome stretch and foot massage to relieve sore joints and tension underneath the skin.

You Deserve Happy Feet

Untreated pain and injuries can quickly lead to potentially secondary severe problems. By all means, you want to avoid that. If these treatment options don’t seem to work or make foot pain worse, it’s advisable to see a podiatrist – a specialist in foot and ankle conditions.

Rapid Aid Has The Hot or Cold Therapy Solution You Need

Hot and cold therapy is one of the most effective injury mitigation or pain relief methods. Rapid Aid can provide medical or retail distributors with hot and cold therapy compression solutions to support your orthopedic supplier’s needs. We manufacture a wide range of hot and cold compress products, such as instant cold packs for on-the-spot relief, economic and reusable cold gel compresses and wraps, and clay and oat compresses.

Contact us today to learn more about our line of portable hot and cold compression products for any part of an individual’s body that might be injured.

And if your company has private labeling needs, check out Rapid Aid’s white-label solutions.

Rapid Aid has a solid reputation for offering high quality hot and cold therapy products that treat pain and injuries on the spot. mmitted to quality assurance and manufacturing excellence.

We can also offer our clients a private brand label as part of their health and wellness brand. Learn more information about hot and cold therapy products here.


The Aches and Pains of Working from Home and How Hot/Cold Therapy Can Help

The Aches and Pains of Working from Home and How Hot/Cold Therapy Can Help

By | cold pack, Hot Pack

There’s no denying that work-from-home setups can cause a great deal of stress relief for busy parents or individuals but they also cause physical discomfort for many people. The pandemic saw an unprecedented rise in the number of people working from home. Even with the lift of COVID-19 restrictions and into the post-pandemic era, many are still working from home. It’s a trend that comes with many comforts, no commuting, and a very relaxed dress code.

On the other end of the spectrum, work-from-home effects related to backaches and sprains have increased significantly. This is attributable to poor posture and sedentary lifestyles commonly adopted by many people. Unlike working from the office, chances are people’s work setups don’t offer the same level of support, as people are moving much less, putting their body at risk of musculoskeletal injuries and discomfort. Here are some common aches and pains and tips to help individuals stay pain-free while working from home.


Typically, people find the most convenient places to sit, such as couches and beds, where they hold awkward postures for an extended time, which ultimately places excess stress on the mid and lower back. For instance, leaning forward to type increases the compression on the lumbar vertebrae, exacerbating back problems.

Solution: Besides ensuring your back is supported in an ergonomic arrangement, try to get up every 30 minutes, even if it’s just to stretch to engage your core and back muscles. Specialists recommend consciously lengthening your spine to avoid slouching by using a standing workstation that allows you to transition between sitting and standing.

Hot and cold gel packs for back pain relief are also a convenient and flexible solution for soothing or relieving sore muscles and pain making it easier for busy professionals to tackle their day.

Neck Pain

The position of people’s computer monitors may contribute to poor posture, increasing the force your head places on your cervical spine and muscles. This leads to neck pain, stiffness, and tension headaches that may worsen at the end of a long day.

Solution: To promote good posture, position your screens at eye level and periodically stretch your neck muscles. Take turns moving your right ear toward your right shoulder on each side and slowly extend your neck upward and downward so that your chin lies on your chest.

For pain relief, Rapid Aid’s Gel Neck & Shoulder Wrap is the perfect choice for loosening muscles and improving stiffness.

Shoulder Ache

With more people hunching over their laptops and home keyboards, shoulder ache ailments are increasingly common.

Solution: Practicing good posture by relaxing shoulders and maintaining head level with ears at the level of the shoulders can make the biggest of impacts. Consider incorporating heat therapy or our therapeutic oat bags to soothe pain and relieve cramping or aching muscles.

Wrist Pain

Repetitive hand and wrist movements usually involved in typing make individuals more susceptible to wrist pain, often interfering with their ability to perform their daily duties comfortably.

Solution: Take breaks and incorporate stretches that eliminate the stress in the joints and muscles in your hand. An effective treatment for wrist pain is using Rapid Aid’s Joint Pain Pack to relax muscles and eliminate pain.

Sore Eyes

Staring at the glare of a computer screen for too long makes your eyes tired, causing eye strain, headaches, and sleep problems.

Solution: Take frequent breaks using the 20-20-20 rule suggested by the American Optometric Association. Take a 20 second break to look 20 feet away and hold for 20 seconds. Also, seek natural light and set up your desk so the window is perpendicular to it.

Alternatively, our gel bead eye masks can be used to relieve eye strain/itchy eyes that come from staring at digital screens all day.

If prolonged pain makes it difficult for individuals to move throughout their day, it might be time to seek medical help from a physical therapist or specialist to help improve mobility.

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The pleasures of working from home shouldn’t come with aches and pains. We have plenty of pain relief solutions available no matter what or where the aches and pains are hurting the most. Browse our products to learn more information on their benefits and features.

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