Warm Buddy Original Warm Up Kitten

Warm Buddy Plush Kitten

This winter we are dealing not only with the frosty wrath of its temperature, but we are also coping with the stress of the holidays and the restrictions of Covid. Right now we welcome any tidings of comfort and joy with open arms. While the weather can catch us off guard especially if we’re not prepared for its sudden intrusion, we are also heart-sick that we cannot spend the holidays with most of the people we love.

With these real factors in our awareness, it’s inevitable that someone in our family will be dealing with both flu and blue symptoms. Shivering from icy cold days, feeling depressed and a little melancholy can bring on a craving for something comforting. A yummy hot drink, the serenity of a cozy blanket and a cracklin’ fireplace is a great way to get warm. But for isolated areas on our body and a sense of security, snuggling up to a Warm Buddy companion may be all the assurance we need.

The Warm Buddy creations are designed to promote relaxation, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress, and promote a feeling of tranquility. They not only provide the warmth we need but also the emotional support we seek. Kids especially will feel a sense of bliss and tender security. My family loves the Warm-Up Animals and our newest addition is the plush Small Kitten.

Warm Buddy Kitten

The Warm-Up Kitten comes in one color and two sizes, small and large. The first thing you’ll notice about the Warm-Up Kitten is how cute and immensely soft they are. Their darling little faces have a pink nose, lots of whiskers, and sweet little eyes. Another is how well made these warm packs are with quality materials and impeccable stitching. Plus, the design and features of the kitten are so just so attractive.

Although they look like a toy, they’re actually a plush animal with a purpose. They contain a removable inner pack that can be used for both heat and cold therapy. Some hot packs contain synthetic and toxic ingredients, but Warm Buddy fills their packs with natural ingredients, milled white rice/cotton covers, and has a polyester outer shell. This alone is comforting to know.

To use the pack, you first need to remove it from the plush animal. You access this pack from the side where a sturdy velcro strip secures it in place. If you’re seeking warmth, put the pack in the microwave on high for 30 seconds only. You’ll want to be careful replacing the pack as it will be quite hot, so child supervision is required. For a cold pack, place the pack in a plastic bag first, then in the freezer for an hour or more.

We found the hot pack lasted about 2-3 hours. The warm sensation emitting from the heat pack and the soft, fuzzy feel of these beloved little pals is very consoling. Both the kids and adults in my family love and use our Warm Buddy animals. When they’re under the weather, I wrap them up in a cozy blanket and give them a snuggly Warm Buddy to soothe away the chill. My mom has arthritis and she’s used them on her knees for a reprieve so she could sleep, and she quite enjoys them. The heat generated from the Warm Buddies offers instant relief for aches and pain as well, they’re not just about thawing and warming your sore muscles.

Warm Buddy has a fabulous selection of other heat rejuvenating and non-heating products. Swing by their site and check them out. The holidays are here and what a treasured gift a Warm Buddy would make.

Disclaimer: I received complementary products to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.


Science Explains How Heat Therapy May Help You Avoid The Common Cold

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Body temperature plays a key role in regulating the immune system’s response to the common cold virus, new research from Yale reveals. Although the immune system works to prevent the virus from taking hold, if the body’s temperature drops, so does its cold-fighting abilities. The research gives further credence to the power of heat therapy as an effective strategy to prevent and treat common colds.


Keep your nose warm


In an earlier study, the same Yale researchers found the cold virus replicates most easily when the temperature in the nose falls below the core body temperature (37 degrees C). One in five people carry the rhinovirus — the most common cause of the common cold — in their nasal passages at any one time. The research found the immune system doesn’t work as well when temperatures in the nose are at slightly colder temperatures of 33 degrees C. So, although keeping your nose warm can’t keep the virus out, it may strengthen your body’s ability to fight it. “That proves it’s not just virus intrinsic, but it’s the host’s response that’s the major contributor. In general, the lower the temperature, it seems the lower the innate immune response to viruses,” said Akiko Iwasaki, Professor of Immunobiology at Yale.


New cold-fighting mechanisms discovered


During the new study, the Yale researchers looked at human airway cells, which generate little cold-fighting interferons in response to the cold virus. When studying infected cells kept at temperatures of either 33 or 37 degrees C, the researchers found the cells successfully controlled the virus — even when the interferons were absent. This suggested the presence of other effective cold-fighting mechanisms at play. The researchers conducted further investigation, and discovered two more mechanisms. Firstly, infected cells were found to die faster at core body temperature, which prevents viral replication. Secondly, an enzyme called RNASEL that attacks and weakens viral genes becomes stronger at warmer temperatures. Both these cold-fighting mechanisms work best at warmer temperatures.


Building a strong immune system holistically


Although heat therapy plays an important role, it’s important to realize that there’s no single way to build a strong immune system. Improving immunity requires a holistic approach, which includes eating a healthy diet with plenty of green vegetables and fermented foods, getting regular exercise, sleeping well, and practicing stress management techniques. Heat therapy products like body wraps, warming blankets, anti-stress shoulder wraps, and warming mitts can be effective at further supporting the immune system. These heat therapy products work to raise the body’s temperature, and therefore strengthen your ability to fight off viruses like the common cold.


Ultimately, the Yale study shows how varying temperatures influence the body’s immune response, rather than the power of the virus itself. The researchers hope their findings can be used to explain how temperature impacts immune response to other conditions like childhood asthma. But, for now, staying warm with heat therapy remains one of your best defenses against the common cold.


Written by: Jennifer Ellen

Superior Heat Therapy for Sports Injury

To Heat or Ice an Injury? That is the Question

Americans encounter millions of injuries per year, with sports injuries alone accounting for around 8.6 million of them. Despite the prevalence of soft tissue injuries, many people wonder whether or not applying heat or cold products/ice to an affected area is best for recovery. The answer seems to depend on the type of injury that is causing you pain. According to specialists at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, the answer is simple. In the immediate aftermath of an injury, the RICER (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation, and Referral (seeking medical advice if the injury is severe or very painful). For stiff or painful muscles caused by everything from poor posture to stress, meanwhile, heat can be used in the moments leading up to activity.

Why is the RICER Method Key in the Immediate Aftermath of an Injury?

The RICER method for sprains and strains is useful because in the immediate aftermath of an injury, the body sends large volumes of blood to the injury site, resulting in inflammation, pain, and the formation of scar tissue. The application of ice alongside rest, elevation of the injured area, and compression, can stop blood from pooling in the affected area and help battle swelling and pain. If the injury is very painful or looks very swollen, referral to a doctor may be required to assess how serious the injury is. Doctors may recommend a scan so they can determine if there has been a fracture, for instance, or if the injury is only a sprain. They can also help you create a recovery plan you can follow in the days following the injury.

Heat for Muscle Tightness and Stiffness

When it comes to tight and stiff muscles, the opposite is true to the case of injuries. The aim is to encourage blood circulation and to loosen up tight tissue, which heat can help with. Dr. C. Onks of Penn State elaborates: “Heat typically brings blood flow to the area, which provides nutrients that the tissues need for healing. It can also increase the flexibility of tendons and muscles.” Heat also activates heat receptors at the site of an injury and flushes out injured debris from the site causing you pain.

Finally, it increases the healing rate by boosting the natural metabolic rate. In addition to hot water bottles, you can use items such as a Warming Pillow (ideal for tightness in the neck and shoulder area), a body wrap (which can be wrapped around the area causing you grief), and the Sport Therapy Wrap, which is conveniently weighted so it stays on areas such as your shoulders, neck, or legs while you are relaxing or working.

Both cold and heat can play an important role in recovery from injuries. In general, doctors recommend that the RICER method (involving the use of ice or cold therapy) be used right after the injury takes place. Heat can be used later to deal with muscular pain and stiffness, since it encourages blood flow and activates heat receptors.

Article Written By: Jennifer Ellen

How to Create Your Own At Home Spa for the Ultimate Relaxation

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We all need a bit of me-time to relax, unwind, and enjoy a little pampering. You don’t have to pay a lot of money to get the amazing experiences of a spa if you create your own at home. With a few simple tweaks and tips, you can enjoy your very own at home spa for the perfect way to practice a little bit of self-care. We’ve put together an awesome list of ideas to help you relax and create a DIY spa that’ll have you feeling calm and serene.

Set the mood in order to create your very own spa at home, you’ll need to set the mood. From finding the perfect spa space to supplies and lighting, here are some tips to get you started on your journey to total relaxation.

Set up Your Space

Start by choosing where you want your at-home spa to be. It can be your master bathroom or just a spare room where you can spend time in peace and quiet. A room with a view is another great option to help you get some sunshine and enjoy a little bit of nature as you unwind.

  • Once you’ve chosen your space, use some relaxing products like essential oils, a bottle of bubble bath, fresh flower fragrance pillows, or a vase filled with a bouquet of fresh flowers.
  • Choose scents that have a calming effect such as lavender, eucalyptus, and chamomile. Put them in an essential oil diffuser to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy at home.

Gather Supplies

  • A cup of hot tea is a great way to help you relax. Gather some of your favorite teas, a cute kettle, and your favorite mug so you can sip your cares away.
  • Look for ingredients to make your own DIY mask. A facial mask can soothe your skin and help you feel calm and relaxed.
  • Organize all of your favorite spa goodies in a cute basket and keep them in your special space. This will make it easy for you to find everything you need so you can start relaxing right away.

Adjust the Lighting

  • Bright light might not make you feel as relaxed as you could be, so dim the lights in the room for a soothing ambiance.
  • Bring in some candles and turn off the overhead lights so you can bask in the candle’s illuminating glow.
  • Light a scented candle before you hop in the shower or tub. This simple act will make daily bathing more relaxing, even when you don’t have time for a full spa day.

Create a Playlist

  • Music has an incredible ability to calm the nerves, so make a custom playlist featuring some of your favorite songs to help you chill.
  • You can find spa music that’s specially made to help you feel calm and tranquil. Use this music as you relax and listen your cares away.
  • Add a Bluetooth speaker to your spa room so you can change tracks from your smartphone and won’t need to get up and walk over to the stereo.

Dress for the Occasion

  • Find a fabulous robe that you can wear in your at-home spa. Silk robes are super-soft, lightweight, and perfect for recreating an authentic spa experience.
  • Wear a comfy pair of slippers you can put on and take off whenever you want to keep your feet cushioned and your mood elevated.
  • Invest in a quality pair of pajamas. A two-piece set with a top and bottoms is a great choice, or you can buy a nightgown so you can go from your spa right to bed.

DIY Spa Treatments

If you really want to feel relaxed, make sure you’re giving your hair and face the treatment they deserve. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on high-end luxury products to get the same experience. There’s a ton of options for DIY spa treatment available that you can use to create the perfect hair and face masks at home. Look for recipes and suggestions that you can do yourself to make custom spa treatments using safe, natural ingredients. A body scrub is also a great way to relax. This treatment sloughs off dry skin and leaves you feeling smooth, soft, and moisturized. Just remember to apply a moisturizing lotion after using a body scrub for the best results. Avoid applying body scrubs to damaged skin, or skin that’s extremely dry.

Spa Products to Add that Special Touch

After you’ve chosen a space, picked out some music, and planned your day, there are a few other things you can add to ensure that your spa is as tranquil as can be:

  • Neck Pillow: Use a neck pillow to help you relax. You can choose a bath neck pillow that supports your head in the bath, or try a soft, supportive scented pillow to cradle your neck while you lay back and relax.
  • Gel Eye Mask: Soothe those dark undereye circles with a cooling gel eye mask. These masks can reduce puffiness and help you feel calm.
  • Jade Roller: A jade roller is a great product that can relax your facial muscles. Use this handy roller after you’ve rinsed all facial products from your skin. These handy beauty tools are inexpensive, and they can help reduce facial puffiness while promoting feelings of calm.
  • Bath Salts: To give your bath some extra benefits, look for bath salts in soothing scents. This product is great for relaxing while it softens the skin and emits a gentle, calming fragrance.
  • Facial Headbands: A headband will keep your hair out of your face when applying masks or bathing. Choose a headband made of soft material like a terry cloth or microfiber.
  • Spa Slippers: Find a pair of soft, cushy slippers you can wear around the house. This footwear is a perfect way to protect your feet while keeping them comfy and warm.
  • Massagers: A foot massager is a perfect addition to your spa. This gadget will relax your feet and calves as you sit back and relax. You can also find massages for your neck and back to remove pesky knots and relax tense muscles.
  • Essential Oil Diffuser: Once you’ve chosen some essential oils, use an oil diffuser to emit the soothing scents throughout your space. Try to diffuse just one oil at a time, or you can combine a few different oils within the same fragrance group.
  • Candles / Incense Sticks: Scented candles and incense sticks are both great ways to create a soothing ambiance and enjoy a gentle fragrance in your home spa. Find an incense holder that will catch the “soot” from your incense and protect your counters. Some scent suggestions include patchouli, ylang-ylang, rosemary, and jasmine.

Include Your Family

Relaxing in your spa alone is great, but you can also enjoy a special spa day with the entire family. Here are some suggestions you can use to provide your family with the ultimate at-home spa experience:

  • Make some delicious smoothies full of fruit, greens, and other goodies that are healthy and delicious.
  • Buy your kids a comfy bathrobe and slippers they can wear on their special spa day.
  • Look for fun bath accessories for kids like colorful bubble bath and bath toys to make the day special.
  • Listen to relaxing music and teach your kids about breathing techniques and meditation.
  • Spend some time together as a family after your spa day by finishing with your kid’s favorite movie or a special dinner.

Make it Romantic

You can enjoy a romantic getaway right in your own home with a couple’s spa day. Take a day off from work and invite your other half to join you. To create a romantic spa day, try some of these suggestions:

  • If the tub is big enough, enjoy taking a nice long bubble bath together and play some romantic tunes by candlelight.
  • Choose romantic scents for your spa day including rose or vanilla to help set the mood.
  • Buy your partner a matching bathrobe so you can both wear comfy clothing after you soak in the tub or take a relaxing shower.
  • Enjoy a few snacks together, like chocolate-covered strawberries, whipped cream, or a fresh fruit tray.
  • If you’re experienced at massage, offer to give your partner a nice, long rubdown.
  • Disconnect from the outside world and turn off your smartphone and the TV. This is the time to reconnect and enjoy some peace and quiet as you both relax and decompress.

Now that you have everything you need for a relaxing DIY spa day in the comfort of your own home, it’s time to get started. We hope you’re able to fully relax, chill, and enjoy your at-home spa day using these tips and ideas. From essential oils to DIY masks and scrubs, it’s easy to experience the same relaxing effects of an expensive spa right in your own home for the ultimate spa day anytime.

Having a Therapeutic Spa Day at Home

Having a Therapeutic Spa Day at Home

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Being able to have a spa day even at home can do you wonders. Not only will you get to relax, but you’ll also get the many benefits that come with going to the spa. The Wellness Magazine article ‘All the Reasons to Go to the Spa’ notes how a spa trip at least two hours a week is one of the fundamental aspects of a healthy lifestyle, along with eating healthy, exercising regularly, and getting good sleep. That’s because it can, among other things, help rejuvenate your body and relieve your stress. Now, you can always go out to get some relaxing spa treatments, but you don’t necessarily have to do it every time you want one, as you can actually bring the spa to your home. With that being said, here are some easy do-it-yourself spa ideas:

The Candle-Lit Bath

Spending time in the bath tub is a great way to unwind, and you can set the stage better with a simple trick. Glamour senior beauty editor Lindsay Schallon recommends lighting a candle before bath time, then taking a few deep breaths in front of it. You can enter the tub afterwards, and just take your time there. Just make sure you choose a candle with a “personality” that gives you joy, like a lavender-scented candle or a smokeless votive candle. Make sure, too, that you slow down and take as much time as possible — as if keeping pace with the slow-burning candle. You can even level up this experience by getting your own spa accessories from Warm Buddy, like anti-stress oils that you can use in your humidifier, or our stress-reducing bath salts. Then, what better way to finish off this relaxing bath than by wrapping yourself in a Warm Buddy ultra spa robe.

The Massage

Massages are popular spa treatments, and London-based holistic skin specialist Alexandra Soveral suggests you do it at home via self-massage. The face, according to Soveral, harbors emotional and physical stress, so you’ll need to massage it from time to time, preferably with the aid of oil that you can wash off afterwards. To do this self-massage, just make circular motions upward and outward towards the extremities of your face, then downward until your reach the neck. Make sure, though, that you apply moderate to vigorous pressure for this self-massage to be effective and release toxins from your face. You can self-massage your feet and hands, too, adding a gentle scrub for more relaxation and stress relief.

The Skincare Spa

Skincare rejuvenates the skin and aids in stress reduction, and Marie Claire writer Gina way explains how skincare can be turned into a routine — one that can provide a sense of control and solace. A good routine is to first give your skin a thorough cleaning using a water-based cleanser and exfoliator and then applying toner and some essence. You can finish with a facial mask that you can infuse with some chia seeds. Pretty Me writer Sheena Dizon details how chia seeds are rich in antioxidants that help prevent the production of cell-damaging free radicals that can cause signs of aging. To make this chia-infused face mask, mix 2 tablespoons of chia seeds and a teaspoon each of honey and olive oil. Strain, apply to your face for 20–30 minutes, then rinse off.

The Warm Buddy Time

Having a spa day is all about relaxing and getting comfortable, and you can do that by simply retreating to your place of solace or comfort — be it your room, the garden, or your favorite couch — and then covering yourself with a Warm Buddy Weighted Warming Blanket. This state-of-the-art heat therapy wrap not only helps you relax, but also promotes the healing of damaged muscles and even relieve and block pain. That means you’re relaxing and rejuvenating your body at the same time, which is what spa days should be all about.

Written specially by Lara Croft for warmbuddy.com

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Heated Blankets as a Sleep Aid for Children with ASD

Heated Blankets as a Sleep Aid for Children with ASD

About 1 in 59 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). With a wide variety of complex treatments available it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But, helping your child cope with one of the most common difficulties parents can face (bedtime) – could be simpler than you think. Here’s a look at 6 reasons why a heated warming blanket can help children with ASD sleep.

It’s Nature’s Original Therapy

Heat has long been used for a wide range of healing therapies. It’s often used to ease tension and reduce muscle pain. Applying heat can also prevent stiffness and spasms. Children with ASD can have episodes of anxiety and tension that can greatly benefit from the use of heat. In addition, using heat therapeutically can promote blood flow which increases the amount of oxygen and nutrients that are carried throughout the body. This instigates a number of healing benefits while lowering the risk of many health complications.


Avoid the Shocking Cold

Difficulty adjusting to changes is a common issue for children with ASD. This can include getting into an uncomfortably cold bed. Many children rely on a standard schedule that does not change. Not only can the jolt of a cold bed influence behavior issues, but it can also keep children awake, prolonging bedtime and interfering with their routine. Preparing a high-quality heated blanket about 10 minutes before bedtime can avoid these challenges and make sure there’s a comfy and relaxing bed to climb into it each night.


Relieve Symptoms

Researchers at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Center for Autism and the Developing Brains explored characteristics of children with ASD and reported improvements in multiple behavioral domains of children who experienced a fever. Areas affected included cognition, communication, social interaction, and repetitive behaviors suggesting an increase in body temperature can improve general behavior.


Produce a Calming Effect

Experts speak of the significant calming effects heat has on a person. Easing stress and anxiety by warming the body temperature is a therapeutic practice that can be traced back thousands of years in ancient Greek and Egyptian history. Modern research now knows applied heat can lower stressful cortisol levels as wells norepinephrine levels which can cause anxious feelings. Using a heated blanket can result in the relaxation of the autonomic nervous system without the side effects that come with prescribed options.


Tell the Body When to Sleep

Children with ASD are more prone to sleep difficulties compared to typically developing children. Your internal clock is run by something called the circadian rhythm. It lets your body know when it’s time to wake up when it’s time to go to sleep. The circadian rhythm is influenced by many things including temperature. Research suggests it may even be more sensitive in children with ASD. By using a heated blanket, you can ensure your child is kept comfortably and consistently warm.


Provide the Sense of Company

For the vast majority of human history, mothers have been co-sleeping with their children. While fewer families choose not to co-sleep today for numerous reasons, the comforting practice our ancestors engaged has left an innate tendency to find the warmth of another comforting while we sleep. Being surrounded by consistent warmth while sleeping can mimic the feeling a child has when co-sleeping and provide an increased sense of company and safety.


Another Option to Consider

In addition to heated blankets, a weighted blanket is another great option to assist sleep. Occupational therapists have been using the calming benefits of weighted blankets for decades. Reports from surveys consistently describe them as a significant way to ease anxiety and sleeplessness. Among those surveys, autism ranked number one in disorders a weighted blanket can help with. This deep-touch therapy tool is so successful at helping children with ASD. Autism Parenting Magazine named weighted blankets as the second item on their ‘Top 10 Things My child with Autism Needs’ list.

Many families of children with autism face an overwhelming amount of treatment options. Some wish to supplement their plans to target specific issues, one of which may be sleeping difficulties. Using a heated or weighted blanket, especially together, at bedtime can be a great way to help give your child a more reliable and restoring night of sleep.


Written by Alexis Schaffer

Alexis Schaffer is a writer in the natural health space. If you enjoyed this article, you can read more of her content by checking out this page

All Heat Therapy Products are NOT The Same

The Ultimate Moist Heat Therapy: Warm Buddy!

Ultra Shoulder Wrap

Ultra Shoulder Wrap

Most people are familiar with Hot / Cold therapy for pain and muscle aches, but not all heat packs are created equal. There are two categories of heat: Moist Heat and Dry Heat.

Warm Buddy’s Moist Heat Therapy Products are the Ultimate in healing aches and pains.

Moist heat can penetrate to the source of your pain deep inside the muscle tissue faster than a dry heat. This promotes blood circulation and brings much needed oxygen and take away waste to heal damaged tissues resulting in more effective and faster in pain relief.

Using moist heat therapy is much better for your skin compared to dry heat. Dry heat will remove moisture from the skin and dry it out. Moist heat will not only prevent dry skin but also increase skin elasticity.

Electric plug in heating pads are sources of dry heat. They may provide short term relief but the pain will come back from deep inside the muscle tissues.

Many other microwavable heat packs out in the market today are also dry sources of heat. Packs made with synthetic materials, plastic beads, gel packs, and flax/wheat fillings will create dry heat and may get too hot for the skin. Drying these products out causes diminished heat holding and may become flammable. Although some grain filled heat packs may give off moist heat when new, they will dry out in short amount of time.

Heat Packs filled with milled rice are an excellent source of moist heat. We’ve all been told when an electronic device gets wet by accident, to put it in a bucket of rice. This is because rice is a great absorber of moisture. Warm Buddy Heat Therapy Products are filled with rice so they will not dry out over time, even with repeated use. Moisture is released from the heat pack and will re-absorb moisture from the air. Warm Buddy Heat Therapy Products will continuously provide moist heat for your relaxation, comfort, and pain relief.

Heat Therapy and Essential Oils for Pain Relief

Toothache and Sensitivity During Winter

In most cases, tooth pain is caused by a cavity or an exposed root, but believe it or not, cold weather can also trigger sensitivity and pain, and even worsen the symptoms of pre-existing dental problems. Furthermore, 1 in 8 adults may have tooth sensitivity to cold, which only intensifies during the colder months. And while this may be a good reason to visit the dentist, there are a few natural options that can lessen the pain, which you can try at home.

Warmth reduces pain

Placing heat-emitting pads on the sensitive area can lessen the pain, as it warms up the surface and increases blood flow. It also helps the muscles – in this case, the face muscles – relax, which in turn also increases blood flow in the gums. Placing a warm pad on the cheek automatically causes the inside of the mouth to warm up without actually affecting the tooth enamel with any liquid or other substance. Needless to say, it is a non-invasive and effective way to reduce pain. 

Peppermint and its numbing property 

If one is experiencing tooth pain due to a combination of cold sensitivity and a cavity, the smartest step would be to visit the dentist. However, in case you’re on the waiting list and need something to numb your pain, peppermint oil will do the trick. The two active ingredients in peppermint are menthol and methyl salicylate, which have an antispasmodic and numbing effect. In case of a toothache, a very small amount of it (1 drop) should be rubbed on the gums – not the tooth itself – to relieve tension and pain. The effects are practically immediate and long-lasting. Because it’s a natural substance, it can be reapplied a few times a day, and it won’t interact with other numbing agents your dentist may apply later on during your appointment.

Aloe vera gel to strengthen enamel 

If you’re still experiencing discomfort due to cold after all your cavities have been treated, try applying an enamel strengthening substance. It’s always best to start with something natural like aloe vera gel, which creates a protective layer and helps the enamel regenerate. In case you find that it’s not as effective as you’d hoped it would be, ask your dentist for other enamel-strengthening treatments.

Taking care of your teeth is important, so make sure you do everything you can this winter to keep them healthy. Don’t postpone your yearly visit to the dentist’s – it’ll worth your time and effort in the long run.

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