Since having kids I’ve been plagued by a bad back. I have put it down to having SPD in my pregnancies, carrying my kids around for far too long. I still carry the four year old sometimes! Staying in one position either sitting or standing for long periods of time.
Whatever the reason and to be fair its probably a combination of all of those things. Sometimes my back can have me looking like an old lady and that really shouldn’t be the case at thirty seven. I am not one for reaching for the painkillers so up until now I had often been seen with a hot water bottle shoved down the back of my jumper.
They just stick to your clothing and start to warm up by themselves. It’s just as good at relieving the ache as the hot water bottle was but without the bulk. It claims to provide 12 hours of heat so far I’ve had my first one on for about four hours and it’s still giving me a warming glow at the base of my back.
I was sent these Hotteeze heat pads for free in exchange for my honest review. You can read more in my advertising and disclosure policy.
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