Therapists Recommend Apt Use of Massage Chairs in daily use, and Suggest not to Overuse them

With the stressful lives people live, chronic diseases are increasing. Chronic back pain and muscle pain is one of the grave results of 9-5 desk jobs. People who want to get rid of back pain and body ache often go to massage sessions. But sometimes it is hard to find the time to go to the sessions.

That’s why people are relying on the use of top massage chairs. Massage chairs are beneficial for people with chronic pain. Having a massage chair at home ensures one can get a massage anytime they want.

There are plenty of benefits to using a massage chair. It helps with neck pain and back pain. Also, it deals with stress and induces relaxation. The massage chair also helps correct the posture. With all its benefits, one may think it does not have any side effects, but it does.

Excessive use of massage chairs can cause adverse side effects, as explained on the live long blog. Massage chairs are designed in a way to induce relaxation in anyone who uses it. It’s meant to de-stress the person.

But there is a recommended time limit. Every massage session must be 15 minutes only. It should not be longer. Any massage session longer than that can cause muscle soreness or wear and tear. It may do more harm than good.

Physicians recommend that people with body ache use it only 3-4 times a week for 15 minutes in one session. And the ones using it only for relaxation may use it for 1-3 times only.

More than recommended use can lead to side effects like body pain, headache and skin bruising. It can also cause lowered blood sugar, and fatigue which isn’t a good sign.

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