Vibrational Stress Relief machines are a new product on the stress relief market.
Exercise reduces stress; however a lot of people don’t have much time for exercise. Vibrational stress relief machines use a series of rapid vibrations, almost like the vibrations you feel when you hold a working drill, to move you when you can’t be bothered to move yourself. The vibrations cause muscle contractions and improve circulation, and thus lower stress. The machines usually come with various speeds to shake to.
A Vibrational Stress Relief Machine – what it does
Ever get a really good massage, or soak in a Jacuzzi when the jets are on? Feels good doesn’t it?
That feeling good lowers your stress levels, which can make you healthier. When you’re stressed, you’re more prone to catch any bug going around, or to make mistakes that might wind up hurting you in the body and in the pocketbook. Stress can also contribute to digestive, heart and sexual problems.
Ever have to make a speech and really didn’t want to? Your heart pounds, you tremble, your blood pressure rises. Living with stress can make you feel like that all of the time. It’s not good on the body.
So, there’s now a vibrational stress relief machine that looks a lot like an exercise treadmill. You stand on it, hold tight to the bar and get nicely shaken (not stirred) for fifteen minutes.
This supposedly also helps you lose weight, but the weight loss benefits haven’t been proven yet. However, many people have reported much reduced stress levels after a “workout” on the vibrational stress relief machine.
These machines are expensive. There are some that only cost a few hundred dollars, but most cost thousands and they can be found in health clubs and spas. You can use the vibrational stress relief machine by itself or in combination with other treatments, depending on what the individual club or spa offers. Since they are relatively new, the price will most likely drop in time.