Sitting all day has been shown to wreak havoc on our health.
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Studies have linked constant sitting to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer.
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Our team of experts set out to find an easy way to reverse the damage caused by prolonged sitting.
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The result of our efforts is The LUMI Wellness EMS foot massager.
This foot massager uses Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS) to combat the health damage caused by lack of movement.
Our feet are home to countless nerve receptors, making them a crucial part of your overall health.
The LUMI Wellness EMS Foot Massager electrically stimulates the feet and leg muscles. This strengthens the muscles and has a relaxing effect on the whole body.
Studies have shown that this electric stimulation significantly reduces the harmful effects of a sedentary lifestyle.
This massager directly stimulates specific acupuncture points in the feet. This helps to quickly reduce stress and induce a feeling of overall ease.
When used a few hours before bedtime the device can have profound effects on sleep quality. People have reported more uninterrupted sleep and waking up with more energy.
The LUMI EMS massager is a natural and effective way to take care of your health and well-being.
The massager uses gentle electrical pulses to stimulate the muscles in your feet. This increases circulation, reduces tension, and relieves pain. This makes it easier to sit and stand for a prolonged time.
Many customers report significant relief from pain by using the device just 2-3 times per week. The LUMI is easy to use at any moment during the day when you’re sitting. Your feet will thank you for it!
The use of the LUMI Wellness EMS Foot Massager is not limited to your feet. It can be used to strengthen, tone, and relax many different parts of the body.
Our customers have reported many benefits from using it in a variety of ways. You can use the massager on your glutes, thighs, arms, hands, and a variety of other body parts.
Many customers have reported positive toning effects on their glutes specifically. The massager has been shown to help strengthen each specific area that it is used on.
I’m a graphic designer and sitting for hours every day was starting to affect my health and energy. I also got pain in my legs and feet. Not only did the device help my foot and leg pain disappear, but I’m hardly stressed anymore. It's like a workout for my muscles without the effort!
I've always wanted a firmer butt but I was never consistent in going to the gym. Using the LUMI massager on my butt has done wonders for its shape and firmness. I feel more confident in my yoga pants and I'm getting compliments left and right.
Foot care is crucial for me as a diabetic. The LUMI Wellness EMS Foot Massager has made an amazing difference! It has almost eliminated my foot pain and increased my energy levels a lot. I use it every day and I can’t recommend it highly enough.
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