About the Uvoider UV Compression Arm Sleeves
The Uvoider UV Compression Arm Sleeves are durable, keep your arms sun protected and cool, and are very comfortable to wear. They provide mild to medium compression to improve blood circulation and prevent muscle soreness during sports and activities and they protect your skin from harmful UV rays from the sun. This makes them popular with athletes and people who work and play outdoors. Available in more than 35 solid and designer print colors, Uvoider UV Compression Arm Sleeves are made from high quality material and feature advanced flatlock stitching for durability and comfort.
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About the Uvoider UV All-Purpose Bucket Hat
The Uvoider UV All-Purpose Bucket Hat is a superb hat choice for fishing, hiking, camping, gardening, sightseeing, golfing, and other daily outdoor activities. It is lightweight, water and stain resistant, quick drying and UPF 50+ to block 99.99% of harmful UV rays. Its wide brim provides increased sun shade for your eyes and neck, and it has an absorbent moisture-wicking sweatband and a narrow strip of breathable mesh for ventilation and comfort. It also comes with an adjustable elastic cinch at the back of the hat for a better fit, and an adjustable chin strap to keep your hat from being blown away on windy days.
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Just about every golfer develops habits to play better golf, yet few golfers develop habits to avoid skin cancer when playing golf. In fact, accordingly to dermatologists like Dr. Michael Kaminer, “it seems as if many golfers go out of their way to get skin cancer.” Don’t put your skin and life at risk. Golf safely with these 10 best sun protection habits. Continue reading “Golf and Skin Cancer – 10 Best Sun Protection Habits”
You know your ABCs of the alphabet, but do you know your ABCDE’s of Melanoma? Heading into spring with summer on its way, it is important to be vigilant about your skin and prepare for several months of sun safety. As you examine your skin, at least once a month, be on the lookout for the warning signs of skin cancer, the ABCDEs of Melanoma. Continue reading “ABCDEs of Melanoma”
It’s that time of year. Springtime is time to see your Dermatologist. Though the American Cancer Society does not have specific guidelines based upon age and risk factors for how often you should see your doctor, a good rule of thumb is to visit your dermatologist at least once a year. Should you go in for a full body exam? How long does it take? Can your regular family doctor do this or should you see a dermatologist? Can you just examine yourself? Here’s what you need to know! Continue reading “Springtime is time to see your Dermatologist!”
Train with pain. Push past the pain. No pain, no gain. If you are a runner, you have heard these sayings and many more and no doubt about it, all runners experience pain and fatigue. It just comes with the territory. But there is something you can do that will ease sore calf muscles and help you run better and feel better. Continue reading “Run Better and Feel Better with Uvoider Compression Calf Sleeves – More Support™ Series (15-30 mmHg)”
Are your arm muscles sore after your exercise routine? Good. Because arm muscle soreness after exercise means your muscles are getting stronger. So don’t stop exercising; rather keep to your routine and put a pair of Uvoider Compression Arm Sleeves – More Support™ Series in your gym bag for wear both during and after exercise. Continue reading “Sore Muscles? Continue Exercising with Uvoider Compression Arm and Calf Sleeves – More Support™ Series (15-30 mmHg)”
Deep Vein Thrombosis, aka DVT, is a medical condition that occurs when a blood clot (thrombosis) or clots form in the deep veins of your legs. DVT typically causes swelling and pain, but you can also have DVT and not notice any symptoms. DVT is very serious. When a blood clot breaks free and travels through your bloodstream, it can lodge in your lungs and block your blood flow. This is called a pulmonary embolism and it makes a heart attack or stroke more likely. DVT can be treated with medications, medical and compression wear, and physical therapy. Continue reading “Treating Deep Vein Thrombosis with Compression Foot and Calf Sleeves”
Plantar Fasciitis, aka Policeman’s Heel, is the swelling of the tissue that runs across the bottom side of your foot and connects the bone of your heel to your toes. It is the most common cause of pain in the heel. People, like police officers, that on their feet for extended periods of time are at risk of developing this condition, hence the nickname Policeman’s Heel. But did you know, Plantar Fasciitis is common in runners? If you are a runner or have a job or hobby that keeps you on your feet, here’s what you need to know about Plantar Fasciitis. Continue reading “Treating Plantar Fasciitis with Compression Foot Sleeves”
Lymphedema is a medical condition that is caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system. This blockage prevents the flow of lymph fluid, a clear fluid that is carried toward the heart. Unable to properly flow, the lymph fluid builds up and causes swelling. There is no cure for lymphedema, but the swelling and discomfort can be treated using compression and physical therapy. Continue reading “Treating Lymphedema with Compression Arm Sleeves and Calf Sleeves”