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Losing Sleep Over Your Insomnia? Try a Massage Chair

Insomnia and massage chairs

The prevalence of insomnia— trouble either falling asleep or staying asleep—is staggering. More than 30 percent of American adults suffer from occasional bouts of insomnia, and 10 percent of Americans experience chronic insomnia. In the latter case—chronic insomnia is poor sleep every night or most nights for more than six months—the seemingly endless cycle can… read more

Massage for the Elderly

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No matter who you are, or what your age, massage feels great. Perhaps like no other profession, massage therapy provides benefits to a wide range of people. Of course, there are contraindications that need to be monitored, but generally speaking, young and old, healthy and ailing—most everyone gains from regular massage therapy sessions. Use our… read more

Massage Away Anxiety

Massage Away Anxiety

Massage Away Anxiety! Anxiety varies in intensity and duration for different people and can be debilitating for anyone. While chronic, intense or prolonged periods of anxiety should always be referred to a health care professional, those of us who suffer from occasional bouts of worry and stress can find relief in massage. Massage chairs, for… read more

Daylight Savings and Massage Chairs

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I don’t know about you, but daylight savings time always sneaks up on me. Twice a year I catch a reminder on TV or the radio, and make a mental note. Fortunately our mobile phones make the adjustment automatically, so at least those that use our phone as an alarm clock are safe from sleeping… read more

OMG That’s Ugly

As someone who has been in the massage chair industry for over a decade, I have given thousands of demos on dozens of models. One question I get most often is “Why are massage chairs so ugly?” After attending hundreds of massage chair roadshows around the country, and with this question as a backdrop, I… read more

Best Massage Techniques For Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

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Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic (long-term) disease. Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms can come and go, and each person with RA is affected differently. Some people have long periods of remission. Their rheumatoid arthritis is inactive, and they have few or no symptoms during this time. Other people might have near-constant rheumatoid arthritis symptoms for months… read more

Massage Chairs Bring Relief of Spinal Stenosis

In response to our recent post about the benefits of massage chairs for aching legs and feet, a client wrote us with a question about a source of very specific and troubling chronic pain: spinal stenosis. For those lucky enough to be unfamiliar with the condition, lumbar spinal canal stenosis is a narrowing in the… read more

How often should you use a massage chair?

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Are you someone who gets regular massage? Perhaps between 2-4 times per month? If so you likely have a good reason physically, whether related to an persistent injury, chronic muscle pain, joint or tendon soreness, or maybe your work involves physical exertion that leaves you sore and needing the therapeutic treatment of massage. Or perhaps… read more

What Is The Best Massage Chair For Aching Feet and Legs?

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Even though we often hear, “Sitting is the new smoking,” many of us still spend enough time on our feet to end the day in pain. Not only on-your-feet job responsibilities, but the activities we come home to take a toll—even the fun ones! And as we age, our bodies may no longer bounce back… read more

Massage Chair Body Scanning. How Does It Work?

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Just about all full body massage chairs claim to have some form of body scanning. If you have read any other articles on body scanning they tell you why it exists which should be obvious. But they don’t tell you how it works because, well, they don’t know. As someone who has been in the… read more

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