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Product Review: Donnerberg Massager

There is nothing as good as a full body massage. I love spoiling myself every now and again by going to a spa, and having a nice body massage and treatment. But when I can’t afford to have one, if I could, I would have one everyday, I make use of my massagers at home. I have quite a few types of massagers now, and this Donnerberg Massager has been added to my collection. I really like it because it is very different from any other massager I have tried.

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Now this massager is known as a neck and shoulder massager, but it does a lot more than that. It can also be used on the legs, waist, feet, belly and back, so it is a great multi-tasking massager to have at home.

A box contains

    • 1x Massager
    • 1x Power adapter
    • 1x Car charger
    • 1x Soft cloth cover for sensitive skin
    • 1x Protective custody – environmentally friendly
    • 1x Manual (EN, GE)

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Here is the product description –

Donnerberg Original Massager is GERMAN TRADE MARK with 3 year’s warranty. It is based on the principle of traditional Shiatsu massage. Shiatsu is a non-invasive therapy that helps reduce stress and contribute to overall wellbeing. It features 8 deep tissue shiatsu kneading massage nodes with 2 directions and 3 speed modes.

Here are my thoughts –

PROS

  1. This massager can help increase blood circulation, relieve muscle cramps and stiffness, and help relieve symptoms of sciatica and back pain. It can also help relieve post exercise muscle pain, help induce restful sleep and stress reduction, and help stimulate body’s energy system.
  2. It is designed with 2 flexible straps that help the arms rest during the massage.
  3. It is quite portable, easy to take away on holiday or use in the car, thanks to the car adapter.
  4. It can be used on multiple body parts as earlier stated.
  5. It is quite easy and straightforward to set up. I had it out of the pack and in use in less than 5 minutes.
  6. Each massage session is for 15 minutes, which is a good length of time.
  7. It comes with a 3 year warranty which is super comforting to have.

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CONS

None.

I can’t fault this smart product. I think it is a great massager to have around. Especially for those with very busy lives. A little TLC with this amazing DONNERBERG Massager could be the highlight of your day.

What are you thoughts on this massager? Have you used it before? Are you a fan of massagers in general?

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The Benefits of Exercise

Throughout history, the wise have understood that a healthy body and a healthy mind complement each other, and jointly contribute to us leading long and healthy lives. The ancient Greeks trained their children in their equivalent of gymnasiums every day in addition to learning reading, writing and mathematics.

 

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Today, despite having access to better medical treatment than at any point in history, populations in the wealthy countries of the world are more at risk than ever before from obesity and other disorders caused partly or fully by a lack of exercise.

This is because we live in a world with an ample supply of unhealthy food and an abundance of pastimes which don’t involve any physical exercise.

Adults with busy lifestyles tend to rely on food that’s ready to eat or quick and easy to prepare, which often means fast food or ready-meals that tend to be high in sugar and fat. Young people tend to consume processed junk food and spend hours sitting dormant in front of TV screens or playing video games.

 

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For these reasons, it is more important than ever that we all remain aware of the benefits of physical exercise and try to incorporate it into our weekly routines.

As a guideline, each week we should try to burn off at least the same approximate number of calories that we store. If our bodies continuously store more calories than they use, this creates what’s called a calorie surplus, and without exercise, it makes us accumulate fatty tissues, gain weight, and become less healthy.

It is true that an individual who already has a normal and healthy body shape can remain that way without exercising just by having a healthy diet, but good diet alone cannot achieve the same levels of health and fitness that can be obtained through a combination of the right diet and regular physical exercise.

As well as preventing the build-up of excess calories, exercise enhances the body in a variety of ways, such as improving strength, endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination, and cardiovascular efficiency. As well as improving our daily quality of life, these things help us stay fit and healthier for longer throughout our lives and into our old age.

We should aim to exercise in ways that achieve three things: the burning of calories, the toning of muscles, and the improvement of cardiovascular fitness. Good exercises for these are aerobic pursuits like running, swimming, cycling, rowing and exercise to music.

Those looking for significantly enhanced strength or size beyond what can be achieved through aerobic exercises should explore weight based training and restraint based exercises.

 

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It can often seem difficult for us to incorporate an exercise regime into our lives. Many of us are kept very busy with work or family commitments and don’t get a lot of time to ourselves.

Effective exercise doesn’t have to take up a lot of time or involve going to the gym. Spending half an hour jogging outside or on a treadmill at home three times a week will be enough to keep most people at a healthy weight level. Cycling to and from work each morning, if possible, is also an excellent way to stay in shape.

If you can make time to go to a local gym, fitness centre or swimming pool, that’s great, but if not, there are plenty of ways to fit exercise into your life, so be creative and find what works best for you.

How do you stay fit and healthy? Do you exercise at home or outside your home?

 

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