Venice, CA (PRWEB) November 15th, 2010 — The Heavenly Acupressure Mat has arrived in the U.S. just in time to help people relieve the physical and emotional pains of everyday life, along with the headache of what to give for the holidays. It is the newest wellness product on the market to address Americans’ growing interest in natural health and personal care.

The Heavenly Mat uses the principles of acupressure to help relieve stress, anxiety, insomnia, and chronic back or neck pain, while at the same time increasing relaxation and an overall sense of well-being.

“Our mats deliver a daily dose of wellness without drugs,” reports Benjamin Buadu, president of the Heavenly Acupressure Mat Company. “That makes them a perfect Christmas gift to give to others or to yourself.” The acupressure mat works by applying nonpenetrative acupressure on numerous points over an area of the body. The pressure stimulates the release of endorphins and oxytocin, the body’s natural pain relieving and “feel-good” hormones.

“These are the same ‘feel-good’ hormones that are released during exercise, when we are touched, or experience excitement and infatuation,” says Buadu. You simply lie on the mat on the area of the body affected for 10 minutes or more a day. “The beneficial effects of the Heavenly Acupressure Mat will be felt from the very first use,” he says.

And as a special holiday gift to consumers, a $10 off discount is offered until Dec. 15 when they use discount code “divinebliss.”

For additional information, visit www.heavenlymats.com.

About Heavenly Acupressure Mat

Heavenly Acupressure Mats are an easy and affordable way to enjoy the benefits of acupressure in the comfort of your own home. Each mat is made from 100 percent cotton, and has a total of 8,820 pain-relieving contact points. Using the mat for just 10 minutes each day promotes relaxation, increased energy levels and an improved sense of well being. The Heavenly Acupressure Mat was introduced in North America by the Heavenly Wellness Products Company, a pioneer in the natural health industry.

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