Friday, July 25, 2014

Win the iPro Massager III full kit ($499.95) - it takes only two steps!

Win the iPro Massager III full kit ($499.95) - it takes only two steps!
EliKing is giving away one huge prize - the full iPro Massager III Full Kit, that includes the massager itself, with all the connecting cords and pads, iPro Maggager III Shoes and iPro Massager Abdominal Belt. The $499.95 iPro Massager Full Kit can be yours!
So what do you need to do?
Simply log in to and write a review to your favorite product. Then, send us an email at and let us know about it, adding your full name and address so we can send you your prize if you win.
Draw will take place on August 30th, 2014.
Also, read our new blog post about How To Relieve Stress In Minutes. at:
You can also check out our new Video Testimonials in the Media - real people talk about EliKing's products.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

How To Relieve Stress In Minutes

Stress is a body's method of reacting to a challenge. According to the stressful event, the body's way to respond to stress is by sympathetic nervous system activation which results in the fight-or-flight response. In humans, stress typically describes a negative condition or a positive condition that can have an impact on a person's mental and physical well-being.

Stress is a normal physical response to events that make you feel threatened or upset your balance in some way. When you sense danger—whether it’s real or imagined—the body's defenses kick into high gear in a rapid, automatic process known as the “fight-or-flight-or-freeze” reaction, or the stress response.

The stress response is the body’s way of protecting you. When working properly, it helps you stay focused, energetic, and alert. In emergency situations, stress can save your life—giving you extra strength to defend yourself, for example, or spurring you to slam on the brakes to avoid an accident.

The brain plays a critical role in the body’s perception of and response to stress. However, pinpointing exactly which regions of the brain are responsible for particular aspects of a stress response is difficult and often unclear.

But you can relax. It's good for you, and it takes less time than you think.
You don't need a spa weekend or a retreat, you can just do it at home, your hotel, or a friend's place.
The new iPro Massager - and Electronic Pulse Massager helps you achieve your stress-free life. Once or twice a day or a week can relieve the tension that builds up over work, family problems, money issues etc. 

The iPro Massager releases the stress in minutes: It sends electronic pulses to target areas such as shoulders, back, knees, arms, legs or feet - all by placing the small pads on the body part. More, the device allows you to control the different modes and strength, so you can get your personal desired levels. It's easy to operate and because of its small size, it's portable and you can take it with you wherever you go. You can even let it work your muscles while you work, walk, study or watch TV - it does the work for you with no effort at all.

Give iPro Massager a try today, and take the first step towards calm, stress free life. For more  information please visit:

Monday, July 7, 2014


What is Arthritis
Arthritis is the most common disease in people over age 45, with more than 40 million Americans suffering from some form. OA is by far the most common, while RA is the most crippling. Chronic pain is one of the most devastating effects of arthritis, often limiting daily activities.
Arthritis pain comes from different sources, including inflammation of the synovial membrane, tendons, or ligaments; damage within the joint, such as cartilage degeneration; muscle strain; and fatigue. Other factors affecting pain are activity level and emotions, such as depression and anxiety. A combination of these factors contributes to the intensity of the pain, which varies greatly from person to person. You and your doctor can develop a management plan designed to minimize your specific pain and improve the function of your joints.

The major complaint by individuals who have arthritis is joint pain. Pain is often a constant and may be localized to the joint affected. The pain from arthritis is due to inflammation that occurs around the joint, damage to the joint from disease, daily wear and tear of joint, muscle strains caused by forceful movements against stiff painful joints and fatigue.

Climbing the stairs. Getting out of the car. Putting on socks. Sometimes arthritis pain can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks. Gradually, these difficulties can make you feel like doing less in your day-to-day activities, even though studies show that staying active can help ease arthritis pain.

That's why it's so important to talk to your doctor if you start to notice signs or symptoms of arthritis, such as joint pain or stiffness. Your doctor can diagnose your arthritis and help you create a treatment plan to help minimize the impact that arthritis pain has on your daily activities. He or she may also recommend other steps that you can take to manage arthritis that may include diet, exercise, or alternative therapies in addition to medication.

Massage and Arthritis

Regular massage of muscles and joints, whether by a licensed therapist at a spa or by self-massage at home, can lead to a significant reduction in pain for people with arthritis, according to Tiffany Field, PhD, director of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine, who’s conducted a number of studies on the benefits of massage, including on people with arthritis. In Field’s research and other recent studies on the effects of massage for arthritis symptoms, regular use of the simple therapy led to improvements in pain, stiffness, range of motion, hand grip strength and overall function of the joints.
While most research on massage examines its effects on the general population, not specifically people with arthritis, recently more studies are underway to study the effectiveness of massage for people with arthritis. For example, one 2006 study conducted at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey examined 68 adults with knee osteoarthritis receiving two Swedish massages per week for eight weeks, compared to a group who received no massage. The massage group reported significant improvements in knee pain, stiffness, function, range of motion and walking, the researchers found.

Massage also benefits people with painful hand or wrist arthritis, Field concluded in another 2006 study that she conducted with colleagues in Miami. Twenty-two adults, mostly women, diagnosed with hand or wrist arthritis were given four weekly massages from a therapist and taught to massage their sore joints daily at home. Just a 15-minute, moderate pressure massage per day led to reduced pain and anxiety, and increased grip strength for the participants as measured on comparative pre- and post-therapy tests.

Most people who try complementary therapies, including massage, do so to address back and neck pain, according to a 2007 NCCAM report. A number of studies confirm the effectiveness of massage for back and neck pain, including one published in 2011 in the Annals of Internal Medicine that looked at the effectiveness of massage therapy on 401 people with chronic low back pain. The researchers found that massage did reduce their pain, and the benefits lasted at least six months. They also concluded that the type of massage wasn’t that important – different types worked about the same.

Benefits of Electronic Pulse Massagers

Electronic pulse massager is one of the safest ways to treat chronic pain, muscle and joint complaints, or acute injuries. Commercial TENS units have a long history of at home use, and are pre-set with an upper limit that can prevent the application of too great a level of electrical stimulation. A unit with a few pre-set massage settings and adjustable stimulation strength is perfect for at home use, allowing you to determine what settings feel best and provide the greatest amount of relief for your aches and pains. Most users find that high frequency, and often greater intensities, of stimulation work best for acute pains, while chronic pain is best treated with low frequency, lower strength stimulation. The different intensities and frequency also cause different chemical responses in your body by affecting the nervous system distinctly.

Why Suffer?

TENS units are an affordable, convenient way to improve mobility and decrease pain, with many units offering all the benefits of physical therapy at a much lower cost. Better mobility and less pain also means more freedom and a better quality of life. Electronic pulse massagers have also been shown to be more effective in relieving pain and improving mobility than massage, acupuncture, and other alternative pain treatments. They also often allow users to reduce their intake of pain and anti-inflammatory medications.

An electronic pulse massager is an easy and safe way to relieve chronic and acute pain. Using electrical muscle stimulation technology, electronic pulse massagers are able to offer pain relief to many people who have been suffering from chronic pain for years with no adequate relief. Help is here.

Where to get a reliable Electronic Pulse Massager

EliKing is operating since 2009, providing thousands of people with healthy and safe Electronic Pulse Massage solutions around the US, Canada, South America, Australia, Europe and the Far East.
With stat-of-the-art products, around the clock support and detailed website, Arthritis is easier to handle.
For more information about Electronic Pulse Massager in general and EliKing iPro Massager III and iPro Massager IV,visit