Cold therapy pillow insert
It is designed to help those patients suffering from a range of symptoms & conditions including:
- Inflammation and Inflammatory conditions
- Tension in the neck, back or shoulders
- Hot temperatures / Overheating
- Hot flushes
- Menopause symptoms
- Radiating pain
- Feeling hot when resting or sleeping
- Night sweats
- Nightmares and night terrors
- Joint swelling
Our range of heat dispersing pillows and reusable cold therapy pillow pads and inserts can be used on any surface, or pillow.
It aims to provide relief for a range of conditions.
For more information or recommendation from one of our qualified practitioners, we recommend that you visit one of our clinic locations.
How it works.
The Gel layer uses conduction to transfer heat from the head or body into the gel product, meaning that the body or head should start to feel cooler, as heat is transferred and dispersed.
Size & application
Our gel pillow insert range will fit into any size pillow and pillow slip.
It can also be used separately without a pillow on other parts of the body to reduce pain, inflammation and over heating.
How to use
Our ice gel pads & Theramed Gel pads can be used at room temperature or it can be placed the fridge for an extra cold effect.
If being refridgerated please make sure that it is placed inside the zippered plastic bag that it arrives in so product is not exposed to moisture.
Read detailed explanation from our practitioners about their recommendations and hints for application and use of the cold therapy insert.
- Menopause – Hot flushes can occur at all times during menopause including while trying to sleep, which often results in excessive sweating. This is generally considered as the most common cause of hot flushes occurring in women
- Hot sleeping environments / Night sweating / Overheating - High ambient temperatures, high humidity, or a combination of both create uncomfortable sleeping environments
- Idiopathic Hyperhydrosis – With no medically identified causes, Idiopathic Hyperhidrosis causes the body to overproduce sweat and heat
- Sunburn – Following sunburn, the body retains a substantial amount of heat as it seeks to treat the effects of the sunburn and repair the epidermis of the body
- Cancer Treatment – Undergoing radiation treatment can often lead to a condition whereby the body retains residual heat from the treatment and the body's natural self-healing process.
- Infection and Fevers – The human body naturally heats itself up as it actively fights illnesses and infections, resulting in fevers that cause restlessness during sleep
- Medication – Night sweats can be the result of taking certain medications. Antidepressants and some psychiatric medications that treat neurological conditions are known to cause night sweats as a side effect. Aspirins, acetaminophen and many other drugs can often cause night sweats or flushing in individuals
- Hypoglycemia – Sweating and hot sleeping can result from low blood sugar and the treatments associated with it such as insulin and oral diabetes medications.