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Is It Useful to Use Electric Neck Massager Device Frequently?

Ⅰ. Is the electric neck massager device useful?

There is a clinical term called Upper Crossing Syndrome (UCS), and its main manifestation is the normal curvature of the cervical spine becomes straight or reduced; shrugging, increased thoracic spine curvature; postural changes such as round shoulders and hunchback. Severe cases will be accompanied by varying degrees of dizziness, numbness, neck and shoulder pain. For this, you can go to the hospital, the doctor will use muscle massage, combined with low-frequency pulse electrical stimulation therapy for rehabilitation training.

The electric neck massager device is served as a health care device for auxiliary massage, through two ways: muscle massage and hot compress. It can effectively relieve neck pressure, improve neck blood circulation, reduce lactic acid accumulation, and relieve neck muscle spasm and soreness. There are two types of electric neck massager functions, namely pulse current type and physical massage type.


Ⅱ. What are the types of electric neck massagers?

Pulse current is to simulate artificial massage by controlling the changes in frequency and band of low-frequency pulse current (below 1000Hz), which is harmless to the human body and can stimulate muscle contraction and relieve muscle spasms.

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Using micro-electric pulse technology to deeply stimulate rigid muscles, our smart electric neck massager with heating function, 5 modes, and 15 levels of different intensity, is an intimate massager to relieve fatigue.

Physical massage is to massage the trapezius muscles on both sides of the neck through the massage contact combined with the kneading technique of the meridian of traditional Chinese medicine, so as to relax the muscles and reduce the problems of lactic acid accumulation.

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