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Stretched Too Thin? My Sanity-Saving Tip: Invest In A Massage Chair

I think we can all agree that whatever you do, your life is a bit too stressful. Everybody finds themselves overextended sometimes. Whether you’re working on a tough deadline, struggling to balance work and family life, or finding it tough to sleep with all the stress you’re under, a massage chair is a great investment […]

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I think we can all agree that whatever you do, your life is a bit too stressful. Everybody finds themselves overextended sometimes. Whether you’re working on a tough deadline, struggling to balance work and family life, or finding it tough to sleep with all the stress you’re under, a massage chair is a great investment for the whole family.

Here are just a few reasons to invest in a massage chair.

It’s a worthwhile expense

How much do you spend on spa treatments? What about physiotherapy? How often does your doctor prescribe anti-stress treatments that are expensive and take up your time? A lot of that stress can be alleviated with 15 minutes in the massage chair. It can help to relieve chronic pain, as well as release muscle tension that builds up during the day you might not even be aware of. Rather than a spa treatment or physiotherapy, you could save a lot of money by buying the chair up front and using it regularly.

It Promotes Heart Health

It only takes 15 minutes a day in the massage chair to drastically lower your blood pressure. Blood pressure is a huge factor in developing heart conditions and if it doesn’t stay in the safe range, you are in danger of a heart attack. Even people with prehypertension are almost twice as likely to have a heart attack than someone with a healthy heart. Regular massages lower your stress levels, and relaxation helps break down cortisol, the stress hormone, which helps keep your blood pressure lowered.

It Can Be Inspiring

It feels good to get a massage, doesn’t it? But did you know, it also helps with brain function? Staying relaxed cuts down on anxiety, and improves mental acuity. It also helps with focus, making it easier to be productive, and remember things you learn. It’s a great choice when you’re learning new skills, and taking on new projects. It can even help with your daily meditations. Not only will you gain and retain new information, but the relaxation you experience can even spark new and exciting bursts of creativity.

It’s Great For Chronic Pain

Though regular massage is supposed to be about releasing muscle tension, you’d be amazed at exactly how much that entails. Massage chairs are a great investment for anyone who experiences any kind of chronic pain disorder. Massage chairs can help alleviate joint pains or the pains in your hips and legs. If you suffer exceptionally bad PMS, a massage chair is great for cramps. And chronic back pain will be a thing of the past when you know you can count on a daily back massage whenever you need it!

It’s Easy To Fit Into Your Schedule

Talk of “whenever you need it,” the best part about having a massage chair at home? Is that it always fits into your schedule. If you suddenly pull a muscle at the gym or get a bad tension headache at work, you can always spend some time in your at-home massage chair. No matter what you’re struggling with or when everything is under your own control!
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You Can Get More Out Of Your Workout

Did you know that most athletes incorporate regular massages into their workout regimes? Of course, they’re able to afford the most expensive professionals and medical advice. Regular massages help you with flexibility, and muscle tension caused by overworking your body. If you’re having a hard time pushing past the pain, try a daily massage after your workout. It’s sure to help you with your after-workout muscle strains and helps to prevent workout-related injuries. Massages also promote flexibility and stamina. However you look at it, a massage chair at home will help you get the most out of your workout.

You Deserve It!

Let’s be honest, most of the time, you get a massage as part of a relaxation treatment. Sometimes as a spa treatment, sometimes on its own, but it always feels a bit like you’re spoiling yourself, doesn’t it? You work hard, and carry a lot of stress and tension in your body. It’s healthier to find time to relax for a lot of reasons, but just as important, it’s a really great feeling. A massage chair at home means you can pamper yourself whenever you like. Hard day at work? Feilding toddler temper tantrums all day? Rough breakup? Consider a massage chair the healthier option to that pint of ice cream you usually use when you want to spoil yourself!


There are plenty of good reasons to get a massage. Whether you’re looking to relax, pamper yourself, or just make it through a rough week, a massage can do wonders. But what if you could get one at any time, day or night, right from the comfort of your own home?

A massage chair might seem a big investment for your family, but it can actually save you a lot of money at the massage parlor, not to mention saving you money on pain medication and physiotherapy treatments. If you want an inexpensive massage from the comfort of your own home, it’s the best thing for you, and it comes with a whole host of benefits.

We’ve just scratched the surface here. Get a massage chair of your own, and you’ll see for yourself!

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