Iím sure that youíll agree that,
When holidaying you are undoubtedly more active than when you are at
home, simply because you want to explore and see the sights. You stay up
later at night and most probably have a dance or 2 (or maybe more than 2).
At any warm or hot destination swimming is a must, itís fun and cools
you down, but it uses most of your muscles, creating aches and pains.
If you are anything like me, you will come back from your holiday more
exhausted than before you went. I usually need a holiday to get over my
This is certainly not the time to be without your magnets!
The portable magnetic travel pad;
Essentially it is a long (50 inches) quilted and cushioned pad
containing 45 x 2,400 gauss magnets (just under the maximum gauss allowed
by the dangerous goods regulations), that is both very soft and flexible
allowing it to be folded into a very small and compact bundle that will
easily fit into a standard, or hand luggage bag.
When you lie on it your body from shoulders to ankles will be covered
by the magnets (if you are very tall it may only come to the calf area).
This is sufficient to keep most people with all over body pain magnetised
whilst away from their mattress cover.
Whatís more, Is that it has so many other uses apart from just
putting in your bed whilst you are on holiday:
1. You can put it in your car when travelling and it will help to keep
the aches and pains of sitting for long periods away.
2. You can place it on the sofa or chair while you are watching TV or
reading during the day and evening.
3. During a long flight or car/coach journey place it behind you and
your back and legs will not be still when you arrive at your destination.
4. If you tend to have a nap on the sofa during the day, place it under
you and get the same benefits as your mattress cover, without going
upstairs to bed. Each time you visit your relatives you wonít have to take
your mattress cover off the bed and lug it around with you.
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