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Arthritis Gloves Relieve Pain

Mild Compression of Arthritis Gloves Adds Comfort

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Updated December 01, 2012

Arthritis can cause pain and stiffness in the fingers and hands. Arthritis gloves have been designed to warm the hands and decrease swelling and stiffness through mild compression. Arthritis gloves can be worn all day and all night. The fingertips are usually cut out so you can easily touch and grip. Arthritis gloves also can improve circulation, which adds warmth.

1. Thermoskin Arthritic Gloves

These arthritis gloves are made with a multilayered design -- the outer layer texture enables easier gripping while the inner lining soothes the skin. According to the manufacturer, the unique material of the Thermoskin Arthritis Gloves captures and retains heat from your hand. They also have velcro closure for ease and comfort.
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2. IMAK Arthritis Gloves

IMAK arthritis gloves are made of cotton Lycra material to allow hands to breathe while relieving pain, stiffness and swelling. They are comfortable enough to wear day and night, and have open fingertips similar to other styles. According to the manufacturer, along with their intended use for arthritis pain relief, IMAK Arthritis Gloves can be used for hand fatigue, cold hands, poor circulation and neuropathy of the hands.
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3. Therall Arthritis Gloves

Therall arthritis gloves are made of Neoprene material that retain the body's natural heat to provide warmth and pain relief to aching wrists, fingers and hands. A soft lining wicks moisture away to keep hands dry. The gloves also can help conditions such as arthritis, overuse or repetitive use injuries, tendonitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome, according to the manufacturer.

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