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Slumber Heating Pad Great For Minor Muscle Aches

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Sunbeam's Slumber Heat Therapeutic Pad is a torso sized heating pad safe to sleep on. Low heat means there is no danger of burns. When I went to bed with minor muscle pains they were gone when I woke up. You can sleep on it for nine hours before it will shut off!

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Its hard to get used to the low heat compared to what you are used to in a normal heating pad, but this works. You wouldn't want it hotter or you would just be sweating it up. It relaxes your aching muscles and soothes them. My sister discovered the benefits of using it with her janitor job.
- Submitted by JHADZHIA 6/23/2010 in Product Reviews | 5 Comments
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SADIEDOLORES 6/24/2010 10:08:00 AM

    THIS IS GOOD TO KNOW FOR SENIOR CITIZENS B/C OF ALL ACHES AND PAINS WE HAVE. emoticon
STAMPINGADDICT 6/25/2010 9:21:00 AM

    Love mine! Got it for Christmas last year(BEST ever gift emoticon ) and I use mine ALL the time... even on really cold winter nights. I use it during the day too on my back & shoulders.
SPARKPIXIE 6/24/2010 12:24:00 PM

    I might get hubby one of these for his birthday.
SALAD-ADDICT 6/24/2010 10:33:00 AM

    I would'nt mind using one right now!! emoticon
SARABETH_60 6/23/2010 7:16:00 PM

    Wow - was I glad to see this secret. I'm about to have shoulder surgery and this will help me sleep!

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