Why Do Massage Chairs Squeeze Your Legs?
Robotic massage chairs are known to provide extremely relaxing body massages. If your shoulders hurt, you can instruct your massage chair to knead the pain out. Similarly, you can easily instruct your massage chair to deal with your back pain, cramps in hamstrings and give you feet massage. An advanced massage chair is made up of a variety of elements. It usually has a 3D or 4D technology for massage rollers, lumbar and calf heating pads, air compressors for airbags, reflexology feet massagers, body scanners, zero gravity reclining, and some other elements.
Massage rollers are responsible for massaging your shoulders, back, and upper hamstrings by moving up & down, left & right, and even push in and out. On the other hand, airbags are responsible for massaging the areas where the massage rollers cannot reach. The airbags take care of areas such as arms, forehand, waist, and legs. Airbags use compression and decompression methods to perform kneading, squeezing, gripping, rolling, and swinging actions. It brings us to the topic of today's discussion:
Why Do Your Legs Get Squeezed In A Massage Chair?
Your legs get squeezed when you undergo a massage session in a massage chair because of the airbags. All of the modern massage chairs are equipped with airbags for providing full body massage to their users. These airbags are located in different parts of a massage chair, and they are responsible for delivering relief to your body areas. In a high-quality massage chair, you'll find airbags in shoulders, side seats, arms, hands, neck, hip, calves, feet, and other body regions.
By squeezing your legs, these airbags improve the functioning of your lymphatic system and your blood circulation. The airbags do not just squeeze your legs, but they can also perform several other functions like compression, kneading, gripping, swinging, and rolling. So, do not get all worked up if you feel your legs are being squeezed or compressed during a massage session. It is meant to work exactly like that. There are numerous health benefits of having a massage chair with airbags. Let's check them out:
Benefits Of Airbags In A Massage Chair
#1. Airbags increase blood and lymph flow
The squeezing and compression techniques used by your massage chair's airbags help improve your blood and lymph flow. By using these massaging techniques, the airbags pump your blood toward your heart.
#2. Airbags make your muscles oxygenated
The airbags provide more oxygen-enriched blood to different vital organs by improving the blood circulation in various body parts. The muscles surrounding these vital organs become more oxygenated than before.
#3. Airbags reduce swelling in feet and ankles
Poor blood circulation often results in swelling in the feet and ankles. The airbags in your massage chair play a vital role in enhancing your body's blood circulation. As a result, they also help in reducing the swelling.
#4. Airbags help in the detoxification process
By improving the lymph flow and blood circulation in your body, the airbags indirectly help your body's detoxification process. An improved lymph and blood flow makes it easier for the body to remove toxins.
#5. Airbags massage your legs and relieve them of leg related ailments
Airbags use kneading, squeezing, and rolling techniques to massage your calves, ankles, and feet. These techniques have a proven track record against leg pain or leg related ailments like varicose veins.
#6. Airbags complement the massage rollers
Airbags help the massage rollers to reach a broader range of coverage by moving some muscles in their direction. While the massage rollers move through the back muscles, the airbags push more muscles to the rollers' way by squeezing connected body areas.
#7. Airbags help in stretching and spinal decompression
In some massage chairs like Infinity IT-8500 PLUS, airbags help spinal decompression therapy by gripping a user's ankles and shoulders as the massage chair reclines to a near-flat position.
Which Chairs Provide The Best Airbag Massage Therapy?
Inada DreamWave is an upgraded 3D massage chair with over 100 airbags located all across the chair's body. It has a patented shiatsu point-detention technology that uses airbags to perform a combined work on the neck and shoulders. This technology allows the chair to pull its user's neck from both sides, making way for the airbags to provide shiatsu pressure. This massage chair is one of the pioneers in full-arm air compression therapy. More than 20 airbags work simultaneously to provide relaxation to your arm, forehand, and fingers. You must read Inada DreamWave In-Depth Review if you want to know more about this massage chair pad. We have this massage chair for sale at $7,999.
Synca JP1100 comes equipped with 31 airbags located all across the massage chair. Its triple mode advanced airbag mechanism includes hand-rubbing mode, pulse mode, and standard mode. Its powerful airbags perform the triple mode combined actions in the shoulders, calves, arms, forehands, and feet regions. This massage chair for sale also has a 'flow adjustment' technology that automatically adjusts between high-intensity compressions and low-intensity compression. You can get this massage chair pad for a discounted price of $8,999.99. To know more about this fantastic massage chair's features, please read the Synca JP1100 Review.
This Osaki massage chair comes equipped with a triple mode air massage system. Osaki has re-designed this model and reduced the overall number of airbags. If you think that reducing the airbags results in limited body coverage, you might be wrong. In fact, this Osaki massage chair has a high air massage body-coverage area compared to other massage chairs. You can enjoy high-quality and super-effective outer shoulder massage, hand & arm massage, hip massage, and foot & calf massage in this chair. If you want to buy this massage chair for sale, you can get it at a discounted rate of $6,999.
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