Sport activity is essential for wellbeing of our body. Any sport we practice, even if only for a few minutes a day, allows us to move most of our muscles, thus helping us to lose weight, prevent cardiovascular disease and reduce osteoporosis. Sport also helps at the mental level, as it reduces the symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression.
Naturally every sport activity requires an adequate preparation, such as muscle warming, in order to avoid excessive efforts that would lead to pain or muscular tears. However, some sporting disciplines stress particular parts of the body compared to others, with the consequent inflammation of the overloaded muscle which, over time, becomes more and more annoying.
For example, those who practice tennis, both at a competitive level and for pleasure, often suffer from lateral epicondylitis, more commonly known as tennis elbow, a form of tendinitis which causes pain on the outside of the elbow and, if neglected, risks cause loss of function and mobility of the whole arm.
Even gym-goers often have problems related to an excessive accumulation of lactic acid, or the effort due to lifting the weights can cause muscular tears and pain in the lower back.
So, FIT patches are a valid remedy for the treatment of these diseases. This patch doesn’t contain any medicine and uses the infrared rays emitted by the body to reflect on the area where it is applied (the biophysical principle of the body infrared). Among its main features, there are the ease of use and the ergonomic and anatomical design: it is in fact compatible with the different parts of the body in which it can be applied; for example, the elbow patch is perfectly adaptable to it. In case of muscle fatigue, the patch reduces recovery time as it allows a faster and faster absorption of lactic acid. It is also dermatologically tested on sensitive skin, lasts 5 days (or 120 hours) and is water resistant so it can be used both in the shower and by those who swim.