The neck hammock is a revolutionary new tool that delivers the benefits of physical and massage therapy from the comfort of your own home.
When you have neck pain, simple, everyday tasks such as buckling a seatbelt, switching lanes in traffic, or even maintaining focus at work or school become difficult if not impossible. What’s worse is that pain and dysfunction in the neck often leads to pain elsewhere, such as lower back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, and more. The Neck Hammock enables you to take your health back and relieve your own pain, in minutes, from almost anywhere.
OPTIMIZE YOUR HEALTH
The Neck Hammock works by decompressing the spine, relieving pressure on the vertebral discs. This release increases blood flow an oxygen to the brain, which has been shown to help relieve emotional stress, boost energy, improve mood, focus, mental clarity, sleep quality, and strengthen the immune and hormonal systems.
We spend hundreds of hours per week texting, driving, sitting at desks, and staring at screens. These modern lifestyle factors take a toll on our physical bodies, manifesting in muscular and skeletal imbalances, which can, ultimately, result in injury. The Neck Hammock is a way that you can help counteract these unavoidable stressors in as little as 10 minutes a day.
GET BETTER WITH AGE
The older we get, the more time gravity has to take its toll on our bodies. Gradually people begin stooping, hunching forward, and slipping into unnatural postures. This chronic misalignment puts great stress on our bodies. The Neck Hammock helps restore proper posture, so you can move the way you we born to – now and for years to come.
Suffer with neck, shoulder, lower back pain?
Have trouble sleeping?
Spend more than 30 minutes driving per day?
Sit more than 2 hours per day?
Work at a computer?
Frequently text or talk on the phone ?
Engage in regular physical activity?
Are an athlete or in training?
Experience moderate levels of emotional stress?
Have a physically demanding job?
Are on your feet for more than 4 hours per day?