Bringing comfort and relief with my All-over Comfort Pack by Bed Buddy, review/giveaway


I work out a lot. Of course, I know that it is good for my body (and mind) to work out hard and long. But, my body doesn't recover as quickly as it previously did. More often my back and shoulders are stiff by the end of the night.Plus, my schedule is beyond hectic. From carpools to sports to volunteering, the added pressure and tension can make my body ache.

At the end of our long, active days I like to lay down and relax. Whether it is watching a silly television show or reading a good book, I like to lie down on the couch or my bed. So, if I can have a way to soothe my achy muscles while I'm relaxing, sign me up.

My new go to item is the Bed Buddy All-Over Comfort Pack.

This pad helps me relax in two ways. First, the super soft cover is luxurious to the touch. Most importantly, the cover is removable. So when your child accidentally spills on your pad, you can easily clean it (and not throw it away).

Second, the comfort pack can be warmed to provide additional relaxation. The most heat ThermaTherapy lasts up to an hour. Simply place the pack in the microwave. The combination of heat and weight of the pack wipes away muscle tension, aches and pains. Plus, the lightly scented lavender and chamomile aromas help with tension relaxation.


I've been using my All Over Comfort Pack in two ways. Sometimes I place it behind my back while I'm working on my laptop. It helps reduce my back pain from too many hours of leaning over the keyboard (not to mention an over zealous workout in spin class).

Also, I've used it over my shoulders. I carry a lot of tension in my shoulders. From worry about all the items that I need to accomplish to coordinating the family schedule, it seems that my shoulders hit my ears on a daily basis (not an attractive look). I use the pack on each shoulder when I take my 20 minutes to relax while eating my lunch and giving myself a few minutes of me time. Between the heat and heft, my shoulders feel less tight and I'm ready to tackle my afternoon of chaos.

These are my uses for the All Over Comfort Pack. Other areas that can benefit are your abdomen or hips. You can decide how, where and when to use it. Numerous options are available.

The Plush ThermaTherapy All Over Comfort Pack is one of the Bed Buddy products. For a complete list of these products as well as other health related items, please visit the parent company's website at http://www.carex.com

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Disclosure: I received this product to review and giveaway.  

48 comments:

  1. I would use for the lumbar area where i have arthritis

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  2. I'm 8 months pregnant - there are lots of areas to use this! I'm sure I'll be sore for the next several months as well....

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  3. For my hubby's back
    Kims2312@verizon.net

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  4. I'd use it during sleep, always have a hard time getting comfortable. lsenko83@yahoo.com

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  5. I'm pregnant and have a lot of shoulder pain. I'm sure it would help me get comfortable.

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  6. I've been using my daughter's rowing machine -- what a workout! I could definitely use this... I'm not as young as I used to be, apparently!

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  7. i would love to use this for when my kids are sick

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  8. I would use it on my back for sure. I can't seem to sleep past 6 am because my back hurts too bad to lay any longer. Isn't 32 too young to have these problems?!

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  9. I would use for my hips
    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

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  10. I have this little spot near my right shoulder blade... it just feels like a little knot or a 'catch' when I move my neck the wrong way... anyway, this would be awesome for that!

    Facebook Name: Leslie Galloway (www.facebook.com/GallowayLeslie)

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  11. I would use it on my lower back at night, I always wake up with lower back pain so maybe this would help I have tried everything else.

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  12. this would be great for my shoulder pain

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  13. I would use between my shoulder blades.
    my4boysand1@gmail.com

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  14. This would be perfect for my husband right now.

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  15. I'd use this on my back -- pregnancy is starting to create some aches.

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  16. I have fibromyalgia and it would be a big help when the pain is really there.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

    as Maureen

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  17. HORTON111@AOL.COM

    ON MY LOWER BACK

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  18. I would use it to relieve my lower back pain.

    KellysShining(at)gmail(dot)com

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  19. I suffer from neuropathy & fibromyalgia, so I would use it in different areas, my back & hips most of all

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  20. Thank you. stickyweather@live.com

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  21. yes my neck and back could so use this mverno@roadrunner.com

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  22. I would use it on my back and shoulders

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  23. When I have pms & I'm hurting.
    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  24. I would use it for my wife, she always have back problems.

    hd6719@gmail.com

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  25. I would use it on my husband's back, which is frequently sore from an old injury!

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  26. I would use it on my husband's shoulders to help reduce tension and pain.

    maggie at literary winner dot com

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  27. My Husband has a lot of lower back pain. I would use it for that.

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  28. Definitely my back!
    shiebs24[at]gmail[dor]com

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  29. I would use it on my neck and lower back.

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  30. i would use it for my lower back.

    dani marie

    ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  31. I'd use it for my shoulders.

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  32. would use on my tensed up back and neck

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  33. I would use it for my bad back.

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  34. I would use it for cramps.

    wendym at cableone dot net

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  35. I would use it on my back

    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  36. I would use it on my right shoulder which tenses up on a daily basis from too much computer use.

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  37. I have been having an arthritis flare up so for my one hit and knee or my neck, back, and shoulders. This would be great because I use a heating pad and sleep with it and am alittle worried about doing that, so this woulld solve that problem!

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  38. I would use it on my back. I have a lot of back troubles

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  39. I would use it on my back, which I have a lot of back problems and sometimes it's hard to even get out of bed in the morning. Heat helps make it feel better, but I hate being confined to a plug in heating pad. I would love to kick back in my recliner with it but I don't have a plug-in near and would have to run an extension cord across the house. (Dangerous and my kids could trip on it.)
    ~Sandra U.

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  40. I would use this for when I have shoulder pain and as extra warmth for our cold Chicago nights :) Thanks!

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  41. I would use this on my back.

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  42. I'd use it on my back where I have osteoarthritis.

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  43. I would love this for my back.

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  44. I would use it on my back as I bend over all day at my job. There are days when I think that I will never walk straight again without pain.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  45. I will use this on my neck and shoulders
    sarahyurga@yahoo.com

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