Soft spikes stimulate natural release of hormones for instant pain relief
After a long day hunched over a computer screen at the office, many Americans experience terrible neck and back pain. Stiff muscles refuse to be shaken lose and traditional pain relievers offer little help. While a massage every day at 5 p.m. would be a dream come true, the reality is the majority of people cannot afford this luxury, which is why they are turning to the Halsa Pillow for relief in addition to massage.
Covered in soft spikes, the Halsa Pillow is used to naturally stimulate the release of endorphins and oxytocin much like massage and/or acupressure. These hormones provide natural pain relief while also promoting mental and physical well-being. Using the Halsa Pillow can also increase blood circulation, lower blood pressure and increase nutrient delivery throughout the body.
Designed to fit the natural curve of your spine, the Halsa Pillow features a sloping curve covered in soft spikes that gently stimulate the skin and muscles on the back of your shoulders, neck and head. This stimulation can help alleviate stress, fatigue, low energy, muscle tension, headaches and back pain.
To maximize your results, it is best to use the Halsa Pillow on bare skin, but the first few times you use the mat you can also place a thin sheet or T-shirt over the mat until you become used to the sensation of using the Halsa Pillow. The Halsa Pillow is safe to use for as long as you want; however, it is recommended to begin by using it for 10 minutes per day, increasing the time to 20 to 30 minutes after one week. The Halsa Pillow can also be used in conjunction with the Halsa Mat, a coordinating foam mat covered in the same soft spikes, for a total body experience.
The Halsa Pillow is available in black, green and purple and retails for $29.95. It is available at www.halsamat.com.