Friday, August 26, 2016

Vive Arthritis Gloves #Review & #Giveaway #sponsored

Disclosure: I was compensated for the following post but all opinions are 100% my own.

I have spoken on many occasions about having arthritis. I have it in several areas of my body and I am not going to kid you, it hurts. One of the places I have arthritis is my hands. This sometimes makes it difficult to type on my laptop or to do the art-y things I love.

Recently, I received this pair of Vive Arthritis Compression Gloves for me to try out. Since I was working on my laptop anyway, I thought I might as well give them a go while typing. They come in three different sizes, small, medium and large. Since I have big hands, I got the large size.

As you can see, there was no problem with that size for me. The gloves fit snug but not so snug I felt like my hand was being crushed. Of course being a compression glove, it is supposed to fit this way to some extent. The pressure certainly did relieve much of the arthritic pain but did not take it all away. At least I was able to keep on working without having to stop. What a plus for me!

The finger holes allowed me to type pretty much with ease although, sometimes I had to pull the fingers up as it would slip down but not to the point of annoyance.

The end finger tips are well stitched together to keep them from raveling and also to keep that good compression on my fingers as well. The gloves in general are well put together but do stretch a little bit so that I could pull them up to where they needed to be. The gloves are of thin material but this is not a drawback in the least, that is to allow a bit of air to flow through.  The irony of the thinness for me was the gloves were warm to wear but since it has been so hot, that was understandable. Again, they are made that way  in order to get them on for a best fit.

I am so glad to have these for help with relief of arthritis to do the things I love. I do recommend these for healthy living. ~Naila Moon
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1 comment:

  1. I learned Calcium Buildup
    An x-ray can show calcium buildup in the tendons of the shoulder which will cause significant pain.
    Herniated discs
    Pain from existing herniated discs in the neck can radiate to the shoulder causing chronic pain. It’s important for your doctor to evaluate if the pain is actually coming from another part of your body that needs to be treated to alleviate your shoulder pain.
    Referred pain
    Pain radiating from another part of the body is known as referred pain. Infection in the skin, joint, bursa or bone and osteoarthritis are uncommon causes of pain as well.


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