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Massage chairs: where to buy the best one

What is a Massage Chair?

A massage chair is a chair specifically designed to apply pressure and relaxation to the muscles. A good massage chair will provide pain relief and relaxation.

The most common type of massage chair are the Shiatsu and Swedish therapy chairs. Shiatsu chairs use pressing, sweeping, patting, rolling, and rotating movements. Swedish chairs use long gliding strokes and kneading motions.

Shiatsu therapy Massage Chairs

A shiatsu therapy massage chair is a chair. The back rollers in the recliner move 3-dimensionally to simulate the way professional therapists use their thumbs and palms to apply tension and pain relieving therapy.

Benefits of using a Massage Chair

There are many benefits of using a massage chair. Some of the most common benefits are:

  • Deep relaxation and stress reduction.
  • Relief of muscle tension and stiffness.
  • Reduced muscle spasm and tension.
  • Greater joint flexibility and range of motion.
  • Increased ease and efficiency of movement.
  • Promoted deeper and easier breathing.
  • Better circulation of both blood and lymph fluids.
  • Reduced blood pressure.
  • Relief of tension-related or eyestrain headaches.
  • Faster healing from pulled muscles and sprained ligaments.

Massage Chair Features

  • Recliner
  • Duration of warranty
  • Color
  • Back and leg massage rollers
  • Leg, feet, arm cuffs
  • Adjustable air massage on back and seat
  • Heater
  • Tapping, kneading and rolling options
  • Motor lifetime

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