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Signal-Health Develops Easy Checklist to Identify Possible Sweating Issues in Horses
Date:6/25/2013

a horse’s skin. If a horse’s coat is dull or the skin is scaly, it may be because the horse isn’t sweating or is a patchy sweater so those salts aren’t being delivered to the skin to protect against microbial attack. Again, check for signs of poor sweating and treat that first.

Feeding the horse more electrolytes only treats the symptoms of inefficient sweating. To treat the root cause, the electrolytes the horse already has need to be restored to their proper, natural balance. This can be done quickly, easily and cost-effectively with a patented, non-invasive dermal patch.

This patch serves as a natural electrolyte balancing system, ensuring proper electrolyte activity which, if unbalanced, has been linked to equine anhidrosis1. Developed by ActiveSignal Ltd in the United Kingdom, and marketed under the trade name “Equiwinner”, the patch restores normal cell metabolism by stimulating communication directly between cells in the horse’s body.

Equiwinner patches are distributed in the United States and Canada by Signal-Health LLC. For more information about how they work, or to order, please visit http://www.signal-health.com or phone toll-free: 1-877-378-4946.

1. A preliminary study of the short circuit current (Isc) responses of sweat gland cells from normal and anhidrotic horses to purinergic and adrenergic agonists. Wilson, Darius C.S., et al, Veterinary Dermatology, June 2007

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