In a previous post, we looked at the benefits of massage on six common conditions that included stress, diabetes, chronic back pain, pregnancy, headaches, and insomnia. We hope that if you’re currently suffering from any of those conditions, you’ll give one of our massage chairs a try.
In this post, we’ll look at four problem areas that can experience pain when you’re under stress or when you’ve sustained an injury. If you’re on your feet all day at work, or you carry your stress in your shoulders, then a massage could be the perfect remedy for you.
Neck and Shoulders
Your neck and shoulders can take the brunt of both your mental and physical stress. If you’re feeling under pressure at work, your shoulders may tighten up, or you may carry one shoulder higher than the other. If your job requires manual labor, then you could be left with stiffness in your neck and shoulders that lasts into the evening.
You can program your chair to target your neck and shoulders, relieving your discomfort and soothing away your stress. By providing precise relief, you can look forward to the next day with confidence, no matter what you have to do.
Arms and Hands
If you sit at a computer all day and type on a keyboard, then your risk of carpal tunnel syndrome and other hand and wrist problems can increase. If you deliver or carry things for a living, then your upper and lower arms could be sore by the end of the day.
With the proper massage functions, your chair can ease wrist and hand pain, and provide compression on your arms to squeeze the muscles and improve blood flow. This can enhance your body’s healing time, and help you feel better without having to take any pain medication.
Lower Back and Hips
Lower back and hip pain can greatly hinder your mobility, and if you’re experiencing pain while walking or bending at the waist, then a massage chair could be a good investment. If you have a spinal or muscular issue that affects this part of your body, then your doctor may recommend regular massage.
Your chair can zero in on your lower back and hips, alleviating pain and helping to restore your mobility. If bad posture has affected your back, then your chair can help promote better posture, no matter if you’re standing or sitting in your chair at the office.
Feet and Legs
If you’re an active person, then you’ve likely experienced pain and tenderness in your feet and legs. If you run, play tennis, or take the dog for a walk every day, then your thighs, knees, shins, ankles, and feet will absorb the majority of the impact brought on by exercise. If you have plantar fasciitis or another foot condition, then your chair can help relieve the pain.
Your chair’s compression can also improve blood flow throughout your legs, helping them heal faster following a particularly strenuous workout. Even if you’re just trying to recover from the wear and tear of a normal day, massage can be the key to recuperation.
At The World’s Best Massage Chairs, we want to help you find the perfect chair for your home or office. If you’re experiencing chronic pain, or you simply want to have a different way to relax at the end of a long day, then look through our online catalog today. We’re always here to answer any questions you may have about a particular chair, and we’ll gladly explain the benefits and advantages of each model.
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