Do you need a Warm Mouse Pad?

Mouse Hand Warmer, Cold Mouse Hand
34.  Do you need a Warm Mouse Pad?
ValueRays Infrared Heated Mouse Pad

A warm mouse pad is the answer for many people who suffer with cold hands.  Many of us sit for hours working at the computer with freezing cold hands and don't know what to do to solve the problem.  There is a solution.  The heated computer mouse pad is one solution available to solve the cold mouse hand problem.  It's a cost effective and energy efficient way to keep warm when your hands are cold. 

The heated mouse pad has a very smooth mousing surface and under the layer of the pad's surface is a carbon heating element producing a steady, even flow of infrared heat to the mouse pad.  It's a comfortable level of heat.  It's not hot, and it will not melt or hurt your computer, the computer mouse or you.  As a matter of fact, infrared heat is a source of healing for sore muscles, tension and stress.  The heated mouse pad creates a warm place to rest your mouse hand, the wrist and fingers. 

There are other warming, heated computer products, too.  They are available at, and they include a heated, warm mouse, a heated, warm keyboard pad and a fleece mouse hand warmer blanket pouch to house the warm mouse and warm mouse pad.  When the warm mouse and warm mouse pad are used inside the mouse hand warmer blanket pouch, a soothing, warm mouse hand enviroment is created. It's like a warm, designer house for your computer mouse.

The warm mouse pad is USB connected to the computer using a low 5v electrical current making it safe for people and the computer.  The heated computer mouse  pad is made using a carbon fiber.  Carbon fibers create infrared heat.  Infrared heat has healing qualities making the time the user spends using the warm computer mouse pad therapeutic in nature.  Studies reveal a minimum of 20-30 minutes daily of infrared therapy has healing effects and can actually reverse the onset of computer related hand injuries like carpal tunnel and other repetitive strain injuries. 

Do your hands get cold easily?  Do you sit for long periods of time at the computer?  Does your mouse hand get cold?  Do your fingers get numb?  Is your mouse hand wrist sore? Do you have a cold mouse hand?  Many people suffer with pain in their hands from the cold.  As soon as the temperatures drop in a room or work space chills experienced by the computer user run through the body.  The cold from a drop in temperature, drafts from a nearby window, or from an overhead ceiling fan can all cause a person's exposed extremities to feel cold and then painfully numb. 

Most people who experience this depth of cold hand frigidness already have a diagnosed condition and are aware of the cause of the cold hand problem.  Many people are not aware of the cold hand problem source.  The most common conditions falling into this category are carpal tunnel syndrome, poor circulation, arthritis, Raynaud's, diabetes and other illnesses specifically associated with cold hand symptoms.  Many daily habits can cause cold hands, too. Nicotine and certain medications can affect our metabolism, and the body's response to cold.

Here's a list of the type of people who need a warm computer mouse pad:

  • Symptoms of cold fingertips and hands during times of stress and cold exposure suggests the benign but annoying condition of primary Raynaud's, also called  Raynaud's disease.  Primary Raynaud's usually appears between the ages of 15 to 40, is more common in women and those who live in cold climates, and affects up to 10 percent of the population. While we don't completely understand the process of Raynaud's, it appears the blood vessels in the extremities overreact to stress or exposure to cold by going into spasm. This leads to decreased blood flow and loss of heat. As a result the fingers and other affected areas feel cold and become pale or blue in color. When the spasm is over, the affected areas may temporarily turn a red as the warmth returns. (source)
  • Secondary Raynaud's produces symptoms similar to primary Raynaud's, but is triggered by smoking or a medical condition, which includes:

• Connective tissue diseases such as Scleroderma or Sjogren's syndrome.
• Autoimmune diseases such as lupus.
• Arterial diseases including Buerger's and peripheral arterial disease.
• Rheumatoid arthritis.
• Neurological disorders such as carpel tunnel syndrome and reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
• Previous fractures and vibration-induced injuries, from, for example the use of vibrating tools.

Even certain medications have the potential to trigger secondary Raynaud's symptoms. These medications include beta blockers, estrogen-containing drugs, certain chemotherapeutic agents and the over-the-counter decongestant pseudoephedrine. (source)

  • Any person who has poor circulation problems affecting the extremities: hands, arms, fingers, wrists.  Any person with a disorder or condition that affects the circulatory system. The circulatory system refers to the blood transport system. Circulatory disorders can arise from problems with the heart, blood vessels or the blood itself.  These conditions include and are not limited to:  high cholesterol, heart disease, cancer, depression, diabetes, hypertension, heart disorders, blood disorders, anemia, blood vessel disorders, thyroid function, etc. (source)
  • Those who live in a cold climate depend on economical ways to stay warm most of the year.  A warm mouse  pad is an ideal source of inexpensive energy.  Plus, when used inside a Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch, the heat generated by the  warm mouse  pad is contained and insulated by the fleece blanket fabric creating a very comfortable mouse hand environment.
  • Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Hand Therapists, Massage Therapists and Chiropractors see people on a daily basis who report hand problems and suffer from painful hand injuries. Most of the people with hand injuries require rehabilitation, support and guidance. Plus, they are more likely to have jobs requiring them to use the computer to complete their work.  People with hand injuries or surgery recuperation can use the warm mouse  pad to help soothe hand pain, relieve tension in hand muscles and assist in the healing process.
  • Alcohol in the blood lowers a person's tolerance for the cold and can easily cause cold hands, numbness, tingling sensations.  Studies and clinical symptoms of alcoholism were described more than 200 years ago and have led to the recognition and association of peripheral nerve disease with excessive ethanol use.  When nerves are damaged so is blood flow.  Alcohol appears to be toxic to autonomic and peripheral nerves in a dose-dependent manner, on the basis of heart rate and blood pressure. (source)  Alcohol, or ethanol, is a poison with direct toxic effects on nerve and muscle cells. Depending on which nerve and muscle pathways are involved, alcohol can have far-reaching effects on different parts of the brain, peripheral nerves, and muscles, with symptoms of memory loss, incoordination, seizures, weakness, and sensory deficits. (source)
  • People who work in cold environments risk the onset of hypothermia.  Hypothermia should be and can be avoided.  A person who experiences hypothermia causes their body temperature to drop below normal (98.6°F).  Hypothermia (from Greek ὑποθερμία) is a condition in which an organism's temperature drops below that required for normal metabolism and bodily functions. In warm-blooded animals, core body temperature is maintained near a constant level through biologic homeostasis. But, when the body is exposed to cold, its internal mechanisms may be unable to replenish the heat that is being lost to the organism's surroundings. Hypothermia is the opposite of hyperthermia, the condition that causes heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Stage 1 hypothermia produces mild shivering, inability to perform tasks with the hands, and the hands become numb.   (source)  


  • Diabetics experience poor circulation to their extremities.  A warm computer mouse pad would add comfort for a diabetic who suffers with cold hands. 

  • Peripheral Vascular disease refers to diseases of blood vessels outside the heart and brain. It's often a narrowing of vessels that carry blood to the legs, arms, stomach or kidneys. (source)

  • Hand injuries include knuckle injury, finger injury, and/or joint injury.  A warm computer mouse  pad's heat would be soothing for the person during the recovery process.  The infrared heat generated by the warm mouse  pad would aid and help speed the recovery and healing process.  

  • People who suffer from chronic hand pain would benefit from the healing infrared heat of the warm mouse pad.  The heated computer mouse pad delivers deep, soothing, healing heat to your computer mouse hand and fingers whenever you sit and work at the computer.

There's much to say about the healing effects of infrared heat.  Yet, it's a well-hidden secret.  The Eastern Countries have been using the healing effects of infrared heat for hundreds of years.  Now, Western Medicine and practitioners are relying upon the use of infrared heat in hospitals, NASA Space Programs, and private practices.  The most common use of infrared heat is the Infrared Sauna.  Other sources are infrared heating pads and  the introduction of  infrared heated computer products

Here's some interesting data about infrared heat:  (source)

  • A study of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome found considerable relief of symptoms with daily Infrared treatment. Although the patients had been taking prednisone, a powerful medication used to temporarily dampen inflammation, this potent drug had shown no beneficial effects prior to administration of the heat therapy. After 15 to 25 sessions in a FIR sauna, the patients showed significant improvement in fatigue, pain, sleep disruption and low-grade fever. The patients were able to discontinue prednisone medication and showed no relapse of symptoms after a year, during which time they continued the infrared therapy once or twice weekly.

  • Infrared heat from a warm mouse is the same source of natural sunlight infrared heat without the harmful UV rays of the sun.  Deep penetrating infrared heat delivers more oxygen-rich blood to painful or injured areas speeding up your body's own natural healing process. 15-30 minutes a day is all it usually takes to feel the results.  And it works. FIR energy has been effectively used in the relief of pain from arthritis, back strains, bursitis, carpal tunnel, tendonitis, hemorrhoids, migraines, joint and muscle injuries, sciatica, frozen shoulder, lumbago, abdominal pain and diarrhea, rheumatism and more.

  • The infrared rays go to work breaking down toxins in your body-everything from environmental poisons, to toxic substances from food processing, to lactic acid, to free fatty acids, to subcutaneous fat (associated with aging and fatigue), to excess sodium (associated with hypertension), to uric acid (which causes pain).  With this detoxification and improved circulation scores of chronic, even dangerous, health problems dramatically reduce or disappear all together:  blood clots, iron deficiency, muscle cramps, high blood pressure, cold hands, pain, fatigue, skin problems, insomnia, etc.

  • Infrared heat penetrates deeply through the skin's layers to the muscle tissue heating your body to ward off invading organisms and enhancing the immune system.  It helps protect and prevent illness and catches or inhibits illness from occurring. 

Do you need a warm computer mouse pad?  Do you know someone who would benefit from using an infrared heated computer mouse pad?  If so, the solution is at your fingertips.  ValueRays is the answer for infrared heated computer products.  To read more about ValueRays, visit their website at  To purchase a ValueRays heated computer mouse, or any of the other ValueRays heated computer products, visit