First Aid Supplies That You Would Need for your Sports Kit

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Every sports person knows very well that the first aid kit is a must to enable you to effectively respond to common accidents and emergencies while training. These kits that are available in the market usually do not meet the athlete's individual needs and are fairly costly in contrast with custom kits. The items in them can vary but when creating your sports first aid kits there are some basic things that you would need. Let us have a look at the items that you will need for different sports. https://www.jaxfirstaid.co.uk/sports/

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FIRST AID SUPPLIES THAT YOU WOULD NEED FOR YOUR SPORTS KIT

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JAX FIRST AID SUPPLIES PAGE | 02 ABOUT US: Jax First Aid Supplier is the leading supplier of First Aid And Safety Equipment in the UK. We provide high- quality medical emergency essentials from the first aid kit to dressing. We never compromise on quality and always good at prices. A one-stop-shop for all medical essentials

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JAX FIRST AID SUPPLIES PAGE | 03 Track and Field Sports Various field sports like high jump hurdle race and cross country running need various equipment to cure the strained muscles blisters and sprain. You can add a cold and hot pack triangular bandage sling and plaster for blisters. The cold packs are ideal for emergency use in case of sprains while heat packs can be used on sore muscles. Team Sports In team sports it is very common for the players to suffer from bruises sprained ankles and grazes particularly in hockey or football. Therefore it is important that you add ice packs wound dressings blunt-ended scissors and elastic bandages for securing the wounds. A bit of cold spray with an aerosol will provide relief from cooling muscle soreness and sprains. Racket Sports In a game like a tennis or badminton one often suffers from blisters due to the back and forth motion of the feet. An anti-friction balm and a blister plaster are what you need at such times. An anti- friction balm will also be helpful to avoid rubbing off socks. The ankle brace might also be a smart option as ankles often get sprained in very vigorous sports like tennis and squash.

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JAX FIRST AID SUPPLIES PAGE | 04 CONTACT US Unit Q Hobson Industrial Estate Newcastle Upon Tyne Tyne Wear NE16 6EA United Kingdom 0800 689 4731 salesjaxfirstaid.co.uk

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