REAL-EaSE Neck Support Review

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Disclosure: I received the reviewed product in exchange for an honest review.

“The REAL-EaSE is the most advanced and comfortable neck support available today. Its contoured headrest provides for a deep relaxation experience. The exclusive original design is safe and easy to use and is recommended by healthcare professionals.The muscles in your neck and shoulders hold your head erect, which requires a great deal of strength and flexibility. When the muscles are strained from overuse or stress, they become tight, causing a pattern of spasms and pain.
Clenched jaws, headaches, cramps and muscle spasms are just some of the results of the stress so many of us hold in our neck and shoulders. It is essential to keep your neck relaxed.
Imagine surrendering the weight of your head into a massage therapist’s healing hands, while the muscles in your neck, shoulders and face completely relax. You can enjoy these same relaxing benefits when you rest your head into the REAL-Ease’s cushioned surface.
Scientifically and orthopedically designed, the REAL-EaSE cradles your neck along the base of the skull and is an excellent way to recharge after a stressful day.”

The Good: I have TMD (see TMJ) and I’m all too familiar with clenched jaws, headaches, muscle spasms in and around the neck area. I am pleased to say that the REAL EaSE neck support is soothing to my neck and relaxes me for a limited time of relief. It takes the pressure off of my neck. I feel the relief for about an hour afterwards. It can be used multiple times per day while laying down or sitting up while leaning back. REAL-EaSE can be used not only by laying down but while watching tv, at the beach, on a plane, on a lounge chair, on a train, on the sofa and more. I like to use mine while laying in bed.

The Not So Good: None

Visit Kenshin to order online for $34.95.

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