- 【ERGONOMIC DESIGN】Electric pulse neck massager is with U shape design, made of breathable soft silicone material, perfectly fits for human neck skin, provides comfortable touching for relieve and relax pain, stiff and fatigue of cervical muscles, improve sleep quality and promote blood circulation.
- 【BREATHABLE & PORTABLE】Intelligent neck massager is lightweight and portable, handy to carry it with you at home, office, car, gym and travel. Compact fashion design, excellent for you wearing this massager on your way to shopping, running, reading, etc.
- 【NECK MASSAGER FOR PAIN RELIEF】This smart neck massager uses electrical impulses transmitted to deep skin, and use electrical impulses simulation variety of massages to achieve deep relaxation of cervical spine. Due to the use electrical impulses therapy, when you use the massager, you may feel an electric shock. This is normal, it's can relax muscles deeper than traditional massage.
- 【EASY TO USE -3 Modes + 15 Levels of Intensive】Keep pressing the switch button for 2 seconds to start, 3 massage modes(acupuncture/knock/massage mode), 15 intensity(+/-) and heat function adjustments on the remote control, handy to pick the modes you like for comfortable massage. Cervical neck massager also comes with a USB charging cable, convenient for you using it at anytime anywhere.
- 【Usage Safty Tips】The neck massager is equipped with a 15-minute auto-off function to ensure you have a safe massage experience. If YOUR NECK IS DRY, please wipe neck with a wet towel before use and get better use experience. Notice: This neck massager uses electrical impulses therapy. Do not use when implantation of pacemakers or carrying metal in the body is prohibited.
What are the risks of vibration therapy? Vibration therapy may be dangerous if the intensity of the vibrations is too high. This may cause lumbar injuries and severe back pain. Talk to your doctor before trying vibration therapy.
Massage is a way to relieve neck pain in the short term, and getting frequent massages may be most beneficial. One study found that getting a 60-minute massage two or three times a week showed more benefit for those with neck pain than getting a 60-minute massage once a week or a few 30-minute massages weekly.