Sunday, July 26, 2020

Necklogia launches new neck massager


People who suffer from persistent neck pain typically turn to pills or lotions for relief. But scientists have discovered that electrical impulses can also be an effective treatment.

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, often called TENS, is a therapy that applies low voltage electrical current directly to the troublesome areas of the body.

Some researchers believe that the current stimulates nerve cells that block the transmission of pain signals. Others say nerve stimulation increases endorphins, the body’s natural pain-killing chemical.

The people at Necklogia have figured out how to put a TENS delivery system into a portable neck massaging device. 

Their original device, the Necklogia Intelligent Neck Massager, has two delivery points positioned to focus on the lower neck area. Users can select among three stimulation modes: one for soothing a neck injury, another for chronic pain, and a third mode for daily use.

A Pro Edition model has two additional delivery disks that put heat and massage on stiff or painful spots on the lower next and shoulder area.   

Both models have built-in rechargeable batteries. Both massagers are currently on sale. The Intelligent Neck Massager costs $58.67 and the Pro Edition costs $79.85.

For a closer look and more details, visit the Necklogia website.


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