Compression Arthritis Gloves For Aches & Joint Swelling

    Whether you’re suffering from Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, or even Raynaud’s Syndrome, compression gloves are quickly becoming the go-to management for pain and stiffness in the hands during everyday life. The IMAK Compression Arthritis Gloves are one of the best products on the market for arthritis-sufferers, which are designed to help relieve pain and swelling, but more importantly, improve your circulation and mobility.
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    Compression gloves or arthritis gloves often help to lessen the symptoms of arthritis by applying mild pressure to affected joints in the hand. This can lead to a marked reduction in pain, swelling, and stiffness of the hands.

    Arthritis gloves work by enhancing your circulation and improving the oxygen delivery to your muscles.  This can lead to better drainage and removal of lactic acid and other metabolic wastes. The compression, support, and warmth that the gloves provide are also believed to promote the movement of the inflammatory fluid in your hands, thus allowing you to have better mobility and flexibility of your hand joints.

    In addition to being designed by an orthopedic surgeon, the IMAK Arthritis Gloves have also earned the Arthritis Foundation’s Ease of Use Commendation for their unique and effective design.

    The IMAK Arthritis Gloves are cotton gloves that gently compress the soft tissues of the hands to provide pain relief and comfort during everyday life. They are perfectly suitable for use during the day and night. The open fingertips allow you to feel, touch, and grip for driving, work, and routine tasks around the home.

    The IMAK Active Gloves  are made from a combination of cotton and spandex, and are more focused on usability, i.e. for those playing sports or doing more heavy-duty work. Also with open fingertips, these gloves have the added feature of anti-slip dots, which allow wearers to hold anything, such as a cricket bat, without fear of it slipping through their hands. These anti-slip dots also help to combat any aggravation of hand injury symptoms or arthritis.