Taazgee Mini Massager Features
- 6 preprogrammed massage modes:
2 output with 6modes
20 level intensity
20 minutes default timer,can adjustable from 10-60 minutes
Rechargeable lithium battery
Battery indicator to know when need to recharge battery
AC adaptor 110-240v,USB Charger 5v
- Easy to read animated backlit LCD Display; A pause button (center button) you can click in less than a second if an emergency happens.
- EFFECTIVE - The advanced technology sends out multiple preset electrical therapeutic waves through the electrodes. These waves stimulate the combination of deep tissue pain relief techniques and various muscle movements, relieving muscle tension; this unit is lightweight and portable, you can stimulate your nerves and muscles and relax your body-anytime anywhere; drug-free; the large LCD display with new featured backlight shows you at a glance exactly what you need for your targeted mode.
TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. A TENS device is used as an alternative to painkilling medication. A TENS device is a small portable, battery-operated machine which is worn on the body. The box is attached by wires to sticky pads stuck to the skin. Small electrical pulses are transmitted to the body, like little electric shocks. A TENS device is well tolerated and largely without side-effects.fishing
How does Taazgee Mini Massager work?
Taazgee Mini Massager works by delivering small electrical pulses to the body via electrodes placed on the skin. TENS devices are thought to affect the way pain signals are sent to the brain and block them. Pain signals are blocked by the tiny electrical shocks from the TENS device and brain receives fewer signals from the source of the pain.
How are TENS devices used?
A TENS device is personally controlled by the user. This means its settings can be adjusted, without having to visit a medical professional. Typically, a device would be used for 15-20 minutes per session, several times per day.
TENS devices are most commonly used for people with musculoskeletal pain, such as long-term (chronic) back pain or knee joint arthritis. They are also often used for pain relief in the early stages of labour, particularly whilst a pregnant woman remains at home. Other less common uses include migraine headaches, period pains, sports injuries and sometimes (quite rarely) non-painful conditions such as tiredness, insomnia or dementia.
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