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Gaiam Restore Hot & Cold Neck Cradle

Item# 00614565000P | Model# 05-62131 | Added on November 15, 2016 |
Gaiam Restore Hot & Cold Neck Cradle
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Reduce stress, release tension, and soothe pain in the neck, back, and shoulders with the Restore Hot & Cold Neck Cradle. Its contoured, ergonomic design safely and gently cradles the head and neck at the base of the skull inducing still points that bring relief. The hot/cold technology allows the neck cradle to retain its temperature for up to 20 minutes, simply place in the freezer or in hot water. This neck cradle is also compact and inflatable, making it lightweight and great for on-the-go use.
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By gaiampwr
September 9th, 2018
THANK YOU!!

I have been in severe neck pain via a horrible car accident years ago. I tried neck massagers, rollers, inflatable head lifter, bags of ice, day spas.. all kinds of crazy things. Basically.. The base of my skull where it meets my spine gets inflamed. I get headaches and I can barely function. I've taken anti inflammatory medications so much it gave me a stomach ulcer once. Then I found this at a barnes & noble at the check out. I thought well it's better then melting bags of ice.. I'll give it a try. Holy moly batman!! This has helped me so so much. It cradles just right. The pokey things pinch the right pressure points. The coldness reduces the inflammation. The curve cradles my neck. I get up and I can feel all the pressure falling down and away. I came here just to say thank you. So thank you!!

10 found this review helpful
Criticism
By gaiampwr
June 14th, 2017
Hmmmmm...

Wow. Kind of a let down. I agree with the other reviewers. Where's the instruction sheet!!!!! I know, I know--follow the link that's provided. Well.....the link is pretty useless!!! "Put item on floor, lie down, voila!!!" uh, I coulda figured that out!!! I was sort of hoping there might be some...oh...helpful hints for different ways to use this item, like for pain in different areas of the neck, different types of headaches, -- ? NOPE!!! Gaiam. you are usually in touch with the healing community, but this time...not so sure....

15 found this review helpful
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gaiampwr

THANK YOU!!

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I have been in severe neck pain via a horrible car accident years ago. I tried neck massagers, rollers, inflatable head lifter, bags of ice, day spas.. all kinds of crazy things. Basically.. The base of my skull where it meets my spine gets inflamed. I get headaches and I can barely function. I've taken anti inflammatory medications so much it gave me a stomach ulcer once. Then I found this at a barnes & noble at the check out. I thought well it's better then melting bags of ice.. I'll give it a try. Holy moly batman!! This has helped me so so much. It cradles just right. The pokey things pinch the right pressure points. The coldness reduces the inflammation. The curve cradles my neck. I get up and I can feel all the pressure falling down and away. I came here just to say thank you. So thank you!!

September 9th via gaiampwr
10 of 10 found this review helpful.
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gaiampwr

Metal "plug"?

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Just purchased Hot & Cold Neck Cradle at a retail store. There is a small metal "tool"? in a ziplock bag included. What is it and what do I do with it?

July 16th via gaiampwr
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Helps with my headaches

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The instructions didn't come with it but were super easy to find online. Even without the instructions, it's a pretty straightforward item to use just by coping the picture on the box. Fast relief for neck strain headache.

May 29th via gaiampwr
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Which way?

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Does the curve go up or down. I don't know because the "instructions" don't give any information about how to use.

May 28th via gaiampwr
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To keep extra trash out of the landfill . . .

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Instructions could have been printed on the box! Bought this to replace my old still point inducer which is disintegrating. This one is much harder, and so less comfortable, but still effective.

May 20th via gaiampwr
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