- Mat size:67*42*2cm
- Pillow size:37*15*10cm
- ABS buckle：
- Mat with 230pcs 27 needle buckle
- Pillow with 66pcs 27 needle buckle
- Color:black,green,blue,dark green,purple
1 x Acupressure Mat
1 x Pillow
1 x Bag
What is Acupressure Mat?
This consists of a thin mat covered with ABS plastic spikes. It is inspired by an ancient Indian healing tradition that is believed to have been around for thousands of years.
The thousands of spikes strategically placed on the mat and pillow are harmless to the skin and will provide your body with healing benefits.
How does Acupressure Mat work?
Acupressure mat is a perfect assistant for self-treatment. It works similarly to acupuncture by having your body release endorphins, which can produce analgesia and a feeling of well-being. Many people have different reactions to this, which may include: happiness, clearer mind, more energy, and relaxation.
If regularly used for a long enough period, the acupressure set may: -Increase energy level-Improve blood circulation-Decrease stress-Relieve the neck and back pain-Reduce blood pressure-Alleviate headaches-Improve sleep.
How to use Acupressure Mat?
Place the mat on the ground with spikes pointing up. Lie on the mat. The mat will allow you to target curved areas, such as the neck, lumbar, and even feet.
It is preferred to do it daily for 10 to 30 minutes at a time or as long as desired. For beginners, starting for a shorter period or wearing a shirt, or placing a thin cloth between the spikes and your skin might be better.
How to choose an Acupuncture Mat?
Yoga mats are often the necessary yoga tool for many yoga lovers. However, you should know how to choose a yoga mat and must give up using a toxic and smelly yoga mat. Because when practicing yoga, the yoga mat should be in direct contact with our body and even our skin.
Yoga mats are generally chemical products. We can use them confidently as long as they are non-toxic and tasteless.
Those yoga mats without non-toxic and tasteless treatment not only smell pungent when they are used but also make our eyes uncomfortable.
Some practitioners believe We can use such a yoga mat after washing and drying. In fact, these methods are useless. It will not eliminate the pungent smell, and the toxin still exists.
If such a yoga mat is used for a long time, it will not only fail to achieve the expected effect of yoga practice but also cause dizziness, headache, nausea, fatigue, and other adverse symptoms.
What kind of material to choose?
Now the yoga mats on the market are made of the following five materials: PVC, PVC foam, EVA, EPTM, and antiskid mats. You’d better choose the yoga mat of PVC foam material yoga towel because the yoga mat of this material is not only moderate in weight but also not easy to deform.
The weight of EVA and EPTM is only about 500g. Because they are too light, they should be rolled up at both ends and cannot be laid flat on the ground; The weight of PVC and antiskid mat is good, but they are not antiskid and are easy to deform.
The easiest way to tell whether a yoga mat is poisonous is to smell it. Roll the newly bought yoga mat into a barrel, and smell it about a centimeter from the end of the cylinder.
If there is a pungent smell, lay the PVC yoga mat flat for a few days, and smell it again in the same way. If there is still a smell, it means the yoga mat is toxic.