Alas, there's a solution to this...
Introducing the Noozie Comfort (that sounded like a telesales advert...anyway). If you hate being cold or suffer with aches and pains, you need a Noozie in your life. It's basically a modern day hot water bottle that can be heated via an electrical socket. It takes 10-12 minutes to heat and the warm-goodness lasts from 2-4 hours (or 6 if it's snuggled up in bed with you). The maximum temperature is 65C. It's quick, easy and doesn't require a kettle. Could it be any more suitable for Spoonies?
Heat therapy can be used by anyone as it increases blood flow and aids in quicker recovery times.
It’s extremely safe, meeting all health and safety regulations, and made with quadruple layer PVC. The outer fabric is very soft, (I'm actually sat here stroking it as I type) and the product weighs 1.2kg. Inside the bottle contains pure filtered water and a heating element.
I particularly like using my Noozie when I’m going out for a few hours in my wheelchair and I know I’ll get cold. I either put it behind my back or on the top of my thighs to keep my legs warm – I suffer terribly with the cold getting in my knees, so it really helps keep the achiness away.
As I can’t regulate my temperature, when I get cold, I get really cold and simply can't get warm. I end up wearing a fleece onesie, fleece dressing gown, fluffy socks, a blanket, duvet, and beanie hat, all snuggled up in bed. However, when my body decides to take an icicle from the Snow Queen's heart, I immediately grab for my Noozie and have a little cuddle. After 5-10 minutes, my body decides it wants to be normal again and I warm up.
I'm pretty much in love with my Noozie. I keep it and the charger in my bedroom, so if I need it during the night, I can heat it up and use it, without having to wake my boyfriend to go and make me a hot water bottle. It means I can self-care and be more independent too. Hot water bottles are definitely things of the past, and Noozie's the future, just saying.
Noozie Comfort - Red | £34.95 | Noozie |
Would you consider using a Noozie?
* Disclaimer: I was sent this item free of charge in exchange for an honest review. I received no payment for this post and all opinions are 100% my own.