The function and efficacy of the hot water bag are mainly reflected in keeping the body warm and promoting blood circulation. Ordinary people can use hot water bags to insulate or heat any part of the body. For special groups such as those with local bruising skin, dysmenorrhea, shoulder neck or waist pain, and poor peripheral circulation, hot water bags can be wrapped with bags or towels to compress local skin, accelerate blood circulation, and to a certain extent, it can promote the dissipation of superficial inflammation, relieve local pain, reduce deep tissue congestion, and keep warm.
However, those with poor peripheral nerve circulation and coma should use hot water bags with caution. Hot water bag is a common winter warm keeping product in daily life. It is easy to use, easy to carry and so on. It is loved by the masses. When using the hot water bag, the temperature of the water should be controlled at about 50 ℃, and the water temperature should not be too high. The cover shall be tightened after filling hot water, and the hot water bag shall not be directly attached to the skin to avoid skin scalding.
The effect of hot water bag on stomach is to promote gastrointestinal peristalsis, drive away cold and promote blood circulation. It has a very good effect on abdominal cold or palace cold. Hot water bag belly compress is a common physical therapy method. It is also necessary to control the water temperature during hot compress. It is better to choose about 40 degrees which is close to the human skin. It can also promote the metabolism and blood circulation of the skin, and can also speed up the benign discharge of the gastrointestinal tract or the uterus.
If the hot water bag is accidentally scalded and the skin is flushed, stop using it immediately. Apply Vaseline or warm compress alcohol locally to relieve pain and inhibit tissue fluid exudation.