Back Massagers 105: Why You NEED A Massager for Home Use
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It’s been yet another long day at work. Grabbing your neck and lower back to alleviate the aches and stiffness. “I think I’m gonna schedule a massage.” How many of you have said this but never follow through with it? (Ahem, I have 100%!)
Though many people regularly visit a masseuse or chiropractor, let’s be frank here— most people don’t have either the time or funds to make it part of their lifestyle. A hyperactive world only gives us enough time or energy to take care of our business rather than ourselves.
The good news: the DIY cultural landscape opens a whole new frontier for at home self care. Nifty at home massagers, nonetheless, are absolutely changing the self care game. Here are the four main reasons why you need a massager for at home use.
Self Massages Are Limited in Their Effect
When I say self massage, I mean a massage with your own hands. Thinking about self-massages so you can detour around inconvenience? Think again! Sure, self-massages still alleviate tension and stimulate circulation. The point of a massage is to relax. If you’re wearing out your hands and arms trying to massage yourself, you don’t reap the full benefits. Self-massages are fine, but routinely doing them can adversely leave you sore in the hands and wrists.
At Home Massagers Are Diverse In Size, Utility & Affordability
Most massagers are designed to do all the work for you. When you’re investing your energy into performing a massage on yourself, it more or less takes away from the mental experience. Likewise, tension and pain localizes. Meaning the size and design of the massager suits the specific needs of each body part. With diverse sizing, you can fit them in many different spaces & use cases. All of which results in different price ranges depending on its use and quality.
Keep in mind you’re not necessarily required to purchase the most state-of-the-art massager to reap the benefits. Simple is still nifty. It all depends on your personal needs and budget. The key is to find one that works for you.
You should get massages regularly. Period.
It’s worth noting that at home massagers are not the only way to achieve benefits from a massage. Visiting a masseuse, chiropractor, or any practitioner once every year or two is fully encouraged. The catch, however, is that at home massagers are the most accommodating for busy and fast paced lifestyles.
Massages are most effective when they’re done routinely. The reality for most people is they don’t have the time and money to constantly spare. Answering to personal and business time windows that aren’t always compatible with your lifestyle. Most people have to incorporate a mini massage into their morning or bedtime routines. At home massagers are an excellent solution for this reason.
At Home Massagers Are A Worthy Health Investment.
Health overall is an investment. From the foods you eat, the steps you walk, to the healthcare plan you pay for each month. You invest in something because you know it will last long term, right? The same can be said about at home massagers. Massages don’t simply feel good— they’re imperative to your health.
The best thing about at home massagers is they enable a preventative approach to your health. Massages penetrate the source both physically and mentally. Human beings tend to harbor their day and carry it over into the next. All of which accumulates damage on a cellular level. Massages reduce stress and combat inflammation. All of which are known culprits for diseases such as cancer and diabetes.
Routines are key to good health. The catch 22, however, is that mundane activities we do each day slowly but surely weighs on our bodies. Massages use pressure to release and regenerate. Remember that diamonds crystallize from external pressure and heat— and the same can be said about you! Consider an at home massager in your lifestyle routine and see yourself shine differently.
Go Back to the previous Back Massagers 101 Series :
|101: Start Here||Link|
|102: The Benefits||Link|
|103: What To Look For When Purchasing A Back Massager for Home Use||Link|
|104: Targeting Specific Muscles||Link|
|105: Why You NEED A Massager for Home Use||Link|
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