Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
I don’t think I’ve ever had a product that I got for a review get fought over so much in the house as to who gets to be using it. As soon as my Bed of Nails Mat arrived my mom asked if she could use it and there seems to be a constant tug of war going on between of us (with Mom usually winning). The Bed of Nails Mat is covered with 210 acupressure plates, each in its turn covered with 42 rounded nails for a total of 8820 nails per mat measuring 16.5″x28.5″x1″. By the looks of it, it seems like it might be uncomfortable, but once you have it under you on the couch it is amazing. After the first time I used it, I felt so relaxed and calm afterwards. It’s also relieved some of my mom and brother’s aches and pains as well after they use it.
Bed of Nails is an excellent aid in self-treatment and stimulating energy in the body. Bed of Nails may also help the body rid itself of toxins, so it is important to remember to drink water after using Bed of Nails.
Bed of Nails works similar to acupuncture, the pressure of the rounded nails against the skin may help the body release endorphins, the body’s very own “happiness drug” which provides a sense of joy, energy and painrelief, and oxytocin.
If Bed of Nails is used regularly for a long enough period of time it may alleviate:
- Back pain
- Muscle aches
Warning! The Bed of Nails Pillow should not be used in case of skin disease, hemophilia or the intake of anticoagulants. If you are uncertain, always consult your doctor before use. Keep away from children 5 years of age and younger.
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