A lightweight sheet with all of the benefits of a therapy blanket. During the summer months, this is the perfect multifunctional rug because of its optimal breathable qualities, thanks to the sturdy and very airy mesh that covers a layer of thin ceramic fabric and offers full protection. It may be used to great advantage prior to exercise or competition in order to warm up the muscles as well as following a workout to help the muscles recover and recuperate. By using the whole sheet you may achieve the Back on Track healing effect on the chest, back, quarter and loin muscles. The sheet has a lining of polypropylene fabric infused with Welltex. On the exterior, the sheet has a thin mesh layer for maximum breathable qualities.
Washing instructions: Machine wash at 30 degrees. Gentle cycle, normal detergent that does not contain bleach or fabric softener. Air dry only. Do not tumble dry.
What Is Welltex?
Welltex is a therapeutic fabric for humans, horses, and dogs which increases the micro circulation of the blood and oxygen delivery when worn against the skin. Users report reduced chronic pain levels, shortened healing times, and a reduction in sport injury when using Welltex products as a pain management or warm up/cool down tool in a competitive environment.
How Does Welltex Work?
A body produces energy which cannot be seen but can be felt as body heat or thermal radiation. This energy normally is released from the body into the atmosphere. When a Welltex product is used most of this energy is reflected into the body underneath the fabric.
Welltex fabric is comprised of thread infused with Far Infrared absorbing and emitting nano particles of crushed ceramic minerals. The energy source is Far Infrared light waves which cannot be seen by the human eye but can be seen by specially designed cameras.
During the manufacturing of polyester- or polyester fibres, crushed ceramic mineral particles are fused into extruded fabric fibres. When heated, the ceramic particles radiate a heat back towards the body. This reflected heat is long-wave heat radiation, which is also known as long wave infrared radiation.
This incoming energy triggers a response in the brain and micro dilation of the blood vessels occur resulting in increased oxygen delivery to injured muscles.