Jan 092014

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Being a Mom, a Wife, and a Business owner can be very stressful.  Some people carry stress in the shoulders, I happen to carry my stress in my back.  So when I was looking for natural remedies for stress and backaches,  I came across Bed Of Nails.  They sent me one of the Beds of Nails to put to the test. bed-of-nails

A little about Bed of Nails:  Bed of Nails works similar to acupuncture, the pressure of the rounded nails against the skin may help the body release endorphins, the body’s very own “happiness drug” which provides a sense of joy, energy and painrelief, and oxytocin, which makes You calm and relaxed ( yes, it is possible to feel energetic and be relaxed at the same time!). Everybody reacts differently to Bed of Nails, and the effects can even vary from time to time; You may feel tired, hungry, happy, alert. Alot of people experience feelings of happiness, relaxation and hightened body temperature. (Beds Of Nails)

I have heard wonders about acupuncture, but I have always been afraid to try it.  So when I heard about Bed Of Nails, I figured that was the next best thing.  After reading a little about Bed of Nails I found out that if you use it regularly for a long enough period of time, it can help alleviate

  • Stress
  • Headache
  • Constipation
  • Tiredness
  • Insomnia
  • Tension
  • Back pain
  • Muscle aches
  • Malaise

When I heard Bead of Nails, I thought “oh my gosh, its going to hurt”   So when I tried it at first, I was wearing a tank top and a t-shirt.   That’s when I realized that I really couldn’t feel the “nails” like I thought I would.  So, down to the tank top I went.  With one less layer, I was able to feel the nubs from the plastic “nails”.  At first, it was a slight discomfort – but that was because I was not sure of what to expect -and I was also slightly tense, expecting the worse.  After laying on it for a couple minutes, I became more relaxed.   After using this every other day for a couple weeks, I did notice that there was a little less stress in my back – which means a little less back pain.   My son has taken claim to this though.  Every chance he gets, he goes and lays on it.  I don’t know if he gets any “stress relief” from it – as he is only 7.  I think he enjoys it because its 1) Mommy’s and 2) something funny looking.

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I am a Single mom of a 6 year old lil man. I work full time away from the house so I am always on the lookout for new things that will make my life easier!
 Posted by at 10:51 pm

  20 Responses to “Relieve you Stress with Bed of Nails”

  1. I’ve tried a mat like this before, I just couldn’t use it after a couple of days. I’m very sensitive to touch, and don’t even like massages, so this was just too much for me.
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  2. ouch sounds like it hurt, it’s wonderful that it works!
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  3. The title of this scared me until I read that it was plastic, LOL! I could see how something like this could relieve muscle tension. I would try it if it isn’t too sharp! Cool review!
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    • It really isn’t that sharp. The “nails” reminds me of the cleats you would find on golf shoes (just a little smaller ends). I did stand full weight on it (in thin socks) and it wasn’t painful.

  4. I would totally tense up too! Our science museum has a bed of nails that the kids can laid down on, push a button and the nails raise, and then push a button to lower them back down. It’s really cool and the kids think it’s so awesome!
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  5. I’ve always wanted to try acupuncture but it’s too expensive. This could be a good option!
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  6. What a neat idea. I could definitely use help with stress!
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  7. How interesting, I’ve never heard of anything like this! But I’m always stressed about something so maybe I should look into this :)

  8. I’ve always wanted to try one of these!!! Back pain is the worst. I’m so glad to read about a “real” person trying it and liking it. I think I’m going to ask for one for my birthday…if I don’t buy it sooner. :)
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  9. I think I would want to try this. I have lower back pain and this might help.
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  10. Oh I would totally be willing to try this! Sounds like great relief.
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  11. I will need to try and do this for all of my pains.
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  12. I’d love to check this out! I’m with your son, It looks awesome!

  13. This sounds really neat. I didn’t realize they sold them this way, and wondered how those worked.
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  14. I think I need this! I’m always stressed out :S Thanks for the share :-)

  15. Oh this sounds great right about now. I woke up with a back ache… I need to get one of these …I can almost feel the relief already! :)
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  16. This is good! Want to try this one.. ;)Want to feel relaxed!

  17. I have always been interested in how well these sort of techniques work. I’m not brave enough to try them myself. Then again, I’d be willing to try just about anything to relieve some of the tension in my back these days!

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