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Vibrating Head Massager

Updated on July 5, 2011

Head massagers could bring you great benefits. The healing powers of head massage have been studied and benefited from for many centuries. Head massagers use the principles of reflexology to improve a person’s overall health. They can come in many different shapes and sizes. Each vibrating head massager aims to help relax and revitalize your body. Most of these massagers are said to cure aches and minor pains and also improve blood circulation and stimulation. Vibrating head massagers are usually handy and allows you to sit back and enjoy the pleasurable moment of relaxing. Sensations like goose bumps are felt all over the body. You will feel tingly all over, but this is very calming. Vibrating head massagers are said also to reduce effects of migraines. Head massages also include relief from stress, pain relief and improved blood flow. It provides an increase in a person’s well being.

Head massage has been shown to improve circulation, manage pain, and relieve physical and psychological stress. For those seeking an at home solution, there are several options.

As there are many types of head massagers. The Vibrating head massager is the most popular. Not only it saves you from manual use, it also give off a constant pressure that you can use as long as you like without growing weary of it. These pressures can be changed as well—some vibrating head massage has different settings that the strength could be adjusted according to the user. You could also turn off the motor of your vibrating massage and us it by hand whenever you like. You can also ask a friend or a loved one to apply the vibrating head massager to the scalp for an energizing partner massage. For an additional treat, fill your place with a relaxing aroma for a pleasing atmosphere. You’ll have an experience of a spa in your own home

There are many vibrating head massagers to choose from. However, when buying a vibrating head massager, there are some thing you should consider. You should evaluate the product carefully and see if it would do a lasting massage. Buying a substandard product might cause harm on you rather than relief. Plastic arms can easily be bended and broken. There are massagers which are not sturdy and can easily be damaged. Buy the quality ones in the market; for sure you are having a good investment on these massagers.

Usually, vibrating head massagers are operated with batteries. Most of them come with one or two AA batteries. Having one of these is like having the hands of a therapist at your beck and call, 24 hours a day. Conserve your energy and have a relaxing day at the cheapest way possible. Most of these gadgets are handy too—you can take them wherever you want and use them whenever you need to.

Find relief, invigorate your body and stimulate your mind while relaxing with a vibrating head massager. Relieve yourself from the day’s work or just simply find leisure in deserving. Go buy yourself a good quality vibrating head massager—you’re in for a treat!


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      Sheila Craan 7 years ago from Florida

      Interesting! I believe a vibrating head massage must feel awesome. I've been using a magnetic roller to massage my head. I must give the vibrating head massage a try!

      Thanks for sharing I.B. :)

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      I.B. 7 years ago from Center of the Universe

      Vibrating or not. Its the BOMB :)

      Many dont realize you can use the tip of the handle as an accupressure massager as well. Give it a try.

      Its very good on the back of the neck. Pressure point GB 20( GallBladder ) which is the "super point".

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      SuperiorInteriors 7 years ago from San Diego, California

      Ooh, I love head massagers! These feel soooo nice after a long day at work! Mine doesn't vibrate, though :P good Hub, thanks for sharing!