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Massage Chairs at Walgreens

Stress and discomfort in your muscles can greatly diminish your quality of life, making it difficult for you to work and enjoy leisure time. There are many ways of dealing with the effects of stress and various types of body pain. One of the simplest methods of relieving these symptoms is with a massage chair. Walgreens has an array of massage chairs to help you discover their benefits.

The Benefits of Using a Massage Chair

Massage is a method of manipulating the body that has been used for centuries for its health and wellness benefits. Massage chairs have the potential to provide many benefits. The act of relaxing in a massage chair and feeling the movements along your spine and neck as well as your leg and foot area can help you unwind and can lessen feelings of stress while relieving tension from the body. Some types of back pain can be alleviated with the use of a massage chair. There is some evidence to suggest that massage releases endorphins, brain chemicals that promote positive feelings. Massage is also useful for stimulating circulation throughout the body, including to the brain and to the hands and feet.

Stationary Chairs for Massage

Some massage chairs are stationary models that are meant to keep a person comfortable while they receive a massage from a masseuse. While massage is often performed on a person who is lying on their stomach or back, some people prefer to be seated during a massage session. Professional massage therapists often purchase stationary massage chairs for use in their practices. Some chair models fold for using them on the go. In the home, a massage chair can be used for one person to give another a massage as well, but it is less common to purchase a stationary chair for home use.

Vibrating Massage Chairs

Vibrating massage chairs are the most popular variety for home use. These chairs are designed to have a comfortable feel like a recliner or an armchair. Once seated in the chair, you can use controls to activate a motion system that automatically kneads and rubs the skin by creating vibrations. Many chairs offer more than one speed, and they may also feature different types of vibrational motions, so that you can customize the movements for your needs. Controlling the chair can be done with a remote control or with buttons or dials mounted on its arms or side.

While massage is generally safe for most people, it is always advisable to consult your physician before relying on any type of complementary or alternative intervention for muscle pain or other health concerns. Your doctor can advise you as to whether or not a massage chair is an ideal solution for your needs. Keep in mind that some massage chairs are heavy and may not be safe for you to lift or move unassisted, particularly if you have a back condition or other injury you're hoping the massage chair can relieve. Always read the instructions for operating a massage chair before using it in your home to ensure your safety. And as always, consult with your doctor to be sure that massage is a safe alternative for you.