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The Squeeze Reliever is a compact device for pain relief that contains two small air pillows that face each other. When you insert a hand, foot, wrist, elbow or calf in between the two pillows, the pillows have been designed to inflate and deflate to squeeze each body part like a hand. You can choose how far you want the pillows to be spaced apart (with a maximum of four inches between them) and the speed and intensity of the pressure applied to the treated body part.
Squeeze Reliever squeezes like your hands and it lets you adjust the speed and pressure according to how you need it. You can choose to have a deep joint and tissue massage or a soothing vibration. The open design and height control adjusts to any sized hand, wrist or foot. If you’re petite, you can share it with someone who’s bulky. Squeeze Reliever can also work on elbows and sore calf muscles. It’s portable so you can bring it with you on your work, vacation or wherever you would need it. Forget other similar gadgets; Squeeze Reliever is all you need.
The cost of Squeeze Reliever is $44.95 plus $8.95 shipping, for a total price of $53.90.
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When you have a sore or stiff muscle, you've probably found that applying pressure to it with your hand (or having someone else do so) can help relieve your discomfort. With the Squeeze Reliever, though, you'll be able to create the effect of a squeezing hand without doing much work or asking anyone else to. After the appropriate batteries have been inserted or your device has been plugged into electricity, its two air pillows will do the squeezing for you—by applying pressure on both sides of a particular body part. Once this is happening, you can expect at least a bit of pain relief to occur almost immediately.
First, you'll need to set up your pain relief device by placing it on a flat surface that's not so high that it's out of your reach, or too close to the ground for comfort. Unless you've obtained the version of the device that comes with a power adapter, make sure you've inserted an appropriate set of batteries in it (to determine the type you need, consult your instruction manual). After you've set the device up, if you don't see the "Squeeze Reliever" logo and four control buttons on top, it's upside-down and needs to be flipped over.
Next, identify the body part you want to treat with your device and slide it between the device's two gray air pillows. Keep in mind that this device is meant to be used to treat smaller body parts, such as hands and feet, and probably won't accommodate a larger part, like a hip or shoulder.
Once you've inserted a body part in your Squeeze Reliever, turn the tool on with the control button that's farthest to the left. Then use the other three buttons to adjust the speed and pressure of your air-pillow massage, and to turn on the vibration feature, if you'd like. As you ramp up the pressure level, you may notice that the space between the two air pillows decreases, resulting in a tighter squeeze for the body part you're treating.
When you're done treating a particular body part with this device, pull it out and turn the device off by using the button to the far left again. Even if you want to treat multiple body parts in succession, it's best to turn the tool off between parts so you won't be inserting a body part in something that's already engaging in movement. At the point when you're completely done with your Squeeze Reliever for the day, be sure to store it in a safe place until you need it again.
As it weighs only 2.3 pounds and has about the same dimensions as a toaster, this pain relief device is considered a portable one. If you want to bring yours along with you on a trip, each one is small enough to fit in nearly any piece of luggage without taking up all the room. Therefore, you won't need to go without pain relief while you're on the go. Most users also won't find it a struggle to carry this device from room to room in their own home when desired.
Virtually any adult man or woman can use the Squeeze Reliever safely, and it's meant to treat a wide variety of conditions, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, bunions, fibromyalgia, arthritis and more. You may want to share yours with friends and family members who experience pain in or near their hands or feet, even if you don't suffer from the exact same conditions.
Each of these tools is made from high-quality material, so yours may last you for decades or even the rest of your life, regardless of how many times a day you use it.
Many people whose job involves constant handiwork or standing on one's feet all day will find the Squeeze Reliever to be beneficial. If you come home with pain or stiffness, you can simply slide each small body part that's affected into this device for a few minutes, and get quick relief. While jobs that involve a lot of typing generally aren't considered physically strenuous, they can also be hard on the hands, so office workers may benefit from treating their hands with this device, too.
This device is suitable for adults with autism to use. Even if someone with autism is not currently experiencing any pain, being able to give their hand a squeeze with the device may evoke feelings of calmness and peace within them. Generating these feelings may improve an autistic individual's mood for the rest of the day, making things more pleasant for them and those around them. People with high-functioning autism will likely be able to use and take care of one of these devices themselves, although lower-functioning autistic individuals may need some help.
If you regularly take over-the-counter or prescription drugs to relieve hand or foot pain or go to a professional for massages, using the Squeeze Reliever may allow you to reduce or eliminate those treatments. You may be able to fully treat your pain by massaging your affected body parts with this device at home and thereby free up a certain fraction of your financial resources.
You must always put only one body part into this device at a time, instead of trying to save time by squeezing in two or more. It won't work as effectively if you've got more than one part in there, and could actually end up causing you more discomfort. Additionally, you must refrain from putting anything besides a body part in between your device's air pillows, and you must never use the device on your genitals or any part of your head.
The Squeeze Reliever has been designed with adults in mind, so you should consult a doctor if you're considering letting a child under your care use it. Along the same lines, when the device isn't in use, it should be kept out of the reach of children who may not use it properly and may end up hurting themselves.
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