Vibration Massage Therapy Handheld Head and Sinus Pain, Lower Stress, TMJ Symptoms and Anxiety
I hope this hack relieves some of your pain!
Here at hackLAB, we are always looking for ways to provide our fans with the very best and most up-to-date hacked technologies available to embrace a pain-free happy lifestyle. We’re happy to discover a newlyadapted tool that will help you not only ease the pain in your mouth and your head but will also help you lower stress and hum away anxiety.
I know what you’re thinking, not another TMJ Temporomandibular joint syndrome article? How about a “my damn jaw/sinus/face hurts” article. That’s what this is. I’m going to show you the way I found relief, the hacked way.
TMJ or TMD as it is popularly known is supposedly a poorly understood disorder of the inflammation of the jaw. Though the misunderstanding must lie within the bowels of the medical community because those of us with it, or it’s sinus dirty cousin, know it all too well. My dentist told me it comes from stress and clenching my teeth.
“You really need to cut down on your stress levels, it’s bad for you.”
I wish there was a machine or a button to shut off my stress levels. Alas, there is not (far as I know anyway, I always thought that button on my back was a self-destruct button so I leave it alone). There is, however, a hack to a massager machine with a button and a level adjuster that can help remedy these ailments.I have researched some cranial-sacral therapies and they use some similar me
If you grab a back massager, you can find relief from your pain right now! Ladies are all too familiar with this vibration dynamo, men may be less so, The truth of the matter though, is that any decent electric massager can be used to alleviate some of the pain associated with TMJ and Sinus pain and/or headaches.
I’ve hacked and used a Homedics brand with a special 3Dprinted symmetricalattachment with two black rubber knobs that vibrate consistently and at a variable rate with a slide adjuster on the side. I have to turn it up to the fastest frequency or the machine slows down and more or less punches me in the head.
What I do (DIY Therapy Tips)
The technique I use is as basic as turning the machine on and gently pressing it against the problem areas. You can see various angles in the slideshow I’ve posted.Typically I start at the center of my ear and move down towards the underside of my ear, then to my jaw. I spend 1-2 minutes loosening that joint. Then I run the machine, only one of the black rubber knobs at a time, along with each side of my nose. If I’m congested it works exceptionally well, especially in combination with ingesting some spicy pepper garlic salsa, clears right up.
Lastly, I run the machine over my eyebrows where another pocket of sinus’ lie. If in fact, my entire face feels sore I then repeat the above steps, but also include running the back massager over my upper and lower teeth, my cheekbones and down each side of my neck where some more of your body’s viscous glands reside. Lastly, I don’t pretend to be an expert, only someone with some positive personal experience in remedying this kind of pain.
I guess to those who don’t suffer any pain in this area it might seem like a bit of an eccentric therapy. But it absolutely works for me. When I quit smoking my TMJ leaped in severity, I think partly because of eating more candy and chewing gum. But sometimes my jaw just hurts, and the machine really relieves the pain. Same with sinus headaches and congestion, this machine moves whatever fluid is dammed inside my face like gangbusters! An old friend of mine also recently related to me that a massager also does wonders for people with bronchitis, is there nothing an electric massager can’t do? Let me know how it works out!
Let the vibrating begin.
Vibration can effectively reduce, treat, and even prevent a wide variety of symptoms, including:
- Jaw Pain
- Neck Pain
- Sinus Pain
- TMJ / TMD
- Shoulder Pain
- Myofascial Pain
Here’s a paid model using the products thats not availble.
Click here to add your own text