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A sudden outbreak of acute neck pain is common problem faced by the people. Two out of three of us will have neck pain at one or the other time in our lives. Though in most cases it is not a serious disease but it may be at times a symptom of a more serious problem. You may feel a clump, stiffness, or severe pain in your neck which may even spread to shoulders, upper back, or arms. I.C.E Down neck ice wraps an idyllic all-purpose wrap that provides relief through cold therapy with flexibility. We offer cold therapy wraps to treat these dreadful pains and to provide immediate relief. A neck wrap is an advanced product for neck pains because they actually allow you to strap the wrap to the afflicted area and provides you with instant relief.

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XSmall Cold Therapy Wrap with 2 ICE Packs | Flexible Ice Wrap XSmall Cold Therapy Wrap with 2 ICE Packs


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1 Neoprene Wrap: 27" X 3.5"and 2 FLEXIBLE-ICE Packs: 11" X 3"
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Product Code 1000

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XSmall ICE Pack (two pack) | Ice Down XSmall ICE Pack (two pack)

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FLEXIBLE-ICE Pack: 11" X 3" (2-pack)
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Product Code 1080

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XSmall Cold Therapy Wrap with 2 ICE Packs

1 Neoprene Wrap: 27" X 3.5"and 2 FLEXIBLE-ICE Packs: 11" X 3"

Neck Ice Wraps
Neck pain requires utmost attention and can occur anywhere in your neck, from the bottom of your head to the top of your shoulders. It can spread to your upper back or arms. Neck pain truly and stiffness may truly hinder movement and limit how much you can move your head and neck.

Neck pain transports you to an emotionally difficult time. Neck pain is common, especially in people older than 50.

Activities that strain the neck are a familiar cause of neck pain. Neck pain can also be caused by an injury. You may feel a knot, stiffness, or severe pain in your neck. The pain may spread to your shoulders, upper back, or arms. You may get a headache. Neck pain evokes irritability. You may not have a comfortable life and may not be able to move or turn your head easily. If there is pressure on a spinal nerve root, you might have pain that shoots down your arm. You may also experience numbness, tingling, or weakness in your arm.

Activities that cause neck pain:

It is acknowledge that most neck pain is caused by activities that involve repeated or prolonged movements of the neck. This has a strong influence on neck muscles and can result in a strain (an overstretched or overused muscle), a sprain (injury to a ligament), or a spasm of the neck muscles:
A slew of activities that can cause neck pain include 1. Holding your head in a forward style or odd position for a prolonged period of time while working, reading, watching TV, or talking on the telephone.
2. If the height of the pillow is too high that doesn't support your neck, the neck is bent abnormally
3. Spending prolonged periods of time resting your head on your upright fist or arm.
4. Work or exercise that utilizes the upper body and arms, such as painting a ceiling or other overhead work.

Stress and focusing strongly on a task can also cause neck pain. Tension may build up in one or more of the muscles that connect the head, neck, and shoulders. They may feel rigid and painful.


Neck ice wraps

Cold therapy wrap is simple and comfortable to use. It lowers the skin temperature, which helps to constrict (narrow) the blood vessels. Cold therapy decreases the metabolic rate of the injured tissues. It slows the body's release of chemicals that dilate the blood vessels (vasodilation), which implies a tremendous decrease in blood flow to the area. Cold therapy wrap also numbs the inured tissues and reduces muscle spasm, both of which help to relieve pain.
Unexpected acute injuries like a sprained ankle, muscle tear, bruise or inflammation may be treated with cold therapy as soon as possible following the injury.