Elastic Waist Support Belt Lana Medicale - Dark Grey
Made of elastic material , prevents back pain, provides protection from cold.
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Elastic Waist Support Belt Lana Medicale
The Elastic Waist Support Belt Lana Medicale supports your back and stomach and prevents lower back issues. Since it is partly made of wool, it not only provides protection from the cold but also keeps you warm, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use (it is perfect for all kinds of winter activities). The material this belt is made of is comfortable and does not leave pressure marks, making it suitable for long time use. The Elastic Waist Support Belt Lana Medicale is easy to pull on, adapts to the shape of your body and is not visible under your clothes. All you have to do is pick the correct size (see the size chart below).
- Supports lumbar and sacral spine
- Helps strengthen slack stomach muscles and waist
- Provides protection from cold
- Comfortable material that does not leave pressure marks
- Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use
- Suitable for winter use
- Is not visible under clothes
- Material: polyester (44.8%), cotton (33.7%), wool (13.3%), elastic yarn (8.2%)
- Made in the E.U.
Elastic Waist Support Belt Lana Medicale - Product parameters
Bandages can help you fix a joint in place and reduce pain after an injury or straining, making recovery easier. Bandages can be used on separate parts of the body, such as knees, elbows, lower back, ankles and wrists.
Bandages are usually made of neoprene or a bamboo-carbon material. The advantage of bamboo-carbon fibres is that they emit infrared radiation that stimulates blood circulation and applies pressure on the bandaged area while exercising. What's more, the material has unique thermoregulation properties that allow the bandage to dry quickly and resist unpleasant odours.
Elastic neoprene, on the other hand, will perfecly adjust to the shape of your body, preventing the bandage from moving out of place while providing comfort.
Some special types of bandages can contain magnets. Magnets stimulate blood circulation, relieve pressure and reduce pain caused by arthritis.
The number of magnets can vary and depends on the size of the bandage. The most common number of magnets in a bandage is four.
Germanium components contain traces of germanium, a substance that stimulates the production of hormones, reduces pain of the afflicted joint and improves the joint's mobility. Germanium also positively stimulates detoxication and helps with osteoporosis and recovery.
Bandages usually have one of two types of fastenings. Velcro straps ensure perfect and adjustable fit. There are also elastic bandages that don't have any fastening and are just stretched over the joint in question. This way, the bandage fits perfectly. However, they can only be used by people with the same leg or arm circumference.
With most bandagess, ventilation is provided via permeable and breathable material. Ventilation ensures sweat release and allows the skin to breathe better. That's why ventilated bandages are more comfortable to use.
A bandage with braces provides better joint fixation and is better equipped to withstand shocks. These bandages are recommended for those who practice sports that present a risk of an injury.
Heating has a positive effect on releaving strained and fatigued muscles, helping with back ache. It also stimulates regeneration after training.