Buying Guide: This electric massage pillow helps beat home office neck pain

Buying Guide: This electric massage pillow helps beat home office neck pain

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Tight shoulders, a tense neck, and end of day headaches are common problems when you’re working from a temporary office space, but you don’t have to live with the pain. This soothing heated electric massage pillow from Nekteck can provide relief while you work from home.

How It Works

This deep tissue shiatsu massage pillow fits comfortably around your neck and provides muscle tension relief by kneading tight shoulders and neck muscles. The pillow has a 3-speed strength level so you can adjust the pressure to your needs and pulling on the handle straps will give you an even deeper massage.

Soothing Heat

If you’re tired of dealing with fatigue after a long day working from home, this massage pillow is something to look forward to. The soothing heat helps increase blood circulation and provides a deeper massage. The 15-minute overheat auto shut off ensures this pillow is always safe to use.

Why Customers Love It

With nearly 5,000 reviews on Amazon and an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars, this deep tissue neck pillow has some serious fans. Customers said this massage pillow helped alleviate muscle aches from working on a laptop. The deep pressure helped work out serious neck kinks and increased mobility.

Nekteck Shiatsu Neck and Back Massager Available from Amazon


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