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In high temperatures, our cardiovascular systems run at maximum speed because the body suffers from loss of fluids and heat stress. Performance and concentration significantly decrease. E.COOLINE cooling textiles significantly reduce heat stress of the body. The cooling vest or cool shirt help to improve thermoregulation and performance.
Better performance at work by cooling
H&S in heat is not easy without sweating. Transpiration increases, temperature rises, work safety decreases dramatically. On the one hand, personal protection equipment (PPE) provides protection against heat, but on the other leads to increased exhaustion. The consequences are loss of performance and health problems. To guarantee work safety PPE should always be worn in combination with cooling clothes such as cooling vest or cool shirt.
So, when transpiration is significantly reduced, the health and safety of workers at hot workplaces and for fire fighters is no longer at risk. Particularly in summer when temperatures rise, sweating under PPE poses an additional problem for people’s health and leads to loss of performance and an increased risk of accidents.
Even in offices without air-conditioning systems, the cooling vest or cool shirt provides excellent heat protection and helps to improve concentration and performance. Right there, where noses turn up to sweat.
Cooling with cooling vest or cool shirt for a better life
People suffering from multiple sclerosis may succumb to elevated temperatures. One common symptom of multiple sclerosis, which occurs in approx. 60-80 % of patients, is the Uhthoff’s phenomenon. It involves a worsening of the neurological symptoms. The cause is the elevation of body temperature through fever, bodily exercise, or simply through elevation of the ambient temperature, e.g. in summer, warm countries, or warm rooms.
In addition to a frequently dramatic worsening of bodily symptoms, the patient becomes more rapidly fatigued (“fatigue syndrome”). Both of these effects produce enormous limitations both in patients’ professional life and in their activities of daily living, resulting in a substantial reduction in their quality of life. The effects, however, are reversible in the sense that these negative symptoms will disappear once the body is cooled!