Using acupressure to unwind and relieve stress isn’t anything new. The Chinese have been using this practice for thousands of years. Even though this procedure is supposed to be relaxing, most people (InventHelp’s Invention Girl included) don’t particularly like the thought of the traditional method – a bed of nails.
There’s now an easy, modern way to enjoy the benefits of acupressure. The Yantra Mat is an at-home way to relax and meditate. It contains 8,820 plastic pressure points that activate your body’s pain sensors and increase blood flow. Although the mat may look intimidating, the pressure points release endorphins and oxytocin from the brain.
Resting on the Yantra Mat for 10 – 20 minutes a day can help reduce headaches, stress, back and neck pain, sleep problems and fatigue – all from the “feel good” hormones. It comes in three sizes and colors to suit everyone’s needs and preferences.
Luckily, you don’t need to be a Yoga guru to enjoy the benefits of this mat. InventHelp’s Invention Girl wants to know, would you give this unique mat a try?
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